Boston University (BU) announced that it has formed an AI Task Force that will asses both the benefits and drawbacks of generative artificial intelligence, as well as define pathways for the use of the technology on campus.
As artificial intelligence (AI) technology is seeing an explosion in interest and use cases in government, the governors of Pennsylvania and Virginia last week issued executive orders that aim to create baselines of policy for development of generative AI applications.
With wildfire season underway, the Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is turning to advanced AI technology to gain actionable intelligence to attack wildfires.
The Kansas state government, under the direction of Gov. Laura Kelly, will adopt a new generative AI policy. The policy, created by the Kansas Office of Information Technology Services (OITS), outlines how Kansas can responsibly embrace and use the technology while also protecting the state.
The Dallas Symphony Orchestra (DSO) will use cutting-edge technology to engage students in STEAM-based music education learning activities.
Santiago “Santi” Garces, chief information officer (CIO) for the city of Boston, talked about his organization’s exploration of policy-building around the use of artificial intelligence (AI) technologies during a June 26 event organized by Route Fifty and GCN.
Lawmakers including Sen. Jon Ossoff, D-Ga., along with policy experts issued a call this week at a Senate Judiciary subcommittee hearing for a comprehensive Federal online privacy law as the first step in mitigating risks and harms that artificial intelligence (AI) may pose to the American people.
Two lawmakers influential in the world of artificial intelligence (AI) policy said last week that educating the general public on the possibilities of the emerging technology is critical to ease anxiety, but first Congress needs to come out with a regulatory framework on the tool. “There needs to be robust effort to train the […]
The National Association of Counties (NACo) has formed an Artificial Intelligence (AI) Exploratory Committee. The committee will examine emerging policies, practices, and potential applications and consequences of AI.
A new study found that students have increasingly chosen to study with ChatGPT instead of a human tutor, many citing that the AI tool was a more effective studying tool than a tutor.