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The University of Texas at Austin (UT) announced that it is partnering with Grammarly for Education, an AI-enabled writing assistant, to explore the adoption of generative artificial intelligence (GenAI) in a broad academic setting.

The University of Cincinnati (UC) has agreed to partner with Nexigen, an information technology and cybersecurity firm, to secure grants for research on artificial intelligence (AI) development, including efforts on how to make the technology more secure.   

For government agencies of all sizes – the goal of IT Service Management (ITSM) is to support the external services agencies provide to their constituents. And while ITSM maturity might vary depending on the organization – providing the best service is always the goal. “Most agencies are doing ITSM whether they know it or not,” […]

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has announced the establishment of the Artificial Intelligence Safety and Security Board, which will consider ways to promote the safe and secure use of AI technology in U.S. critical infrastructure.

The No Tech Criminalization in Education Coalition (NOTICE) and more than 40 other civil rights and education organizations sent a letter to the U.S. Department of Education (ED) last month calling for a ban on Federal funding for school surveillance systems that rely on algorithms and other artificial intelligence (AI)-enabled technology for predictive policing and other harmful practices.

The District of Columbia’s Office of the Chief Technology Officer (OCTO) has launched a public beta version of the “DC Compass,” which uses generative artificial intelligence (GenAI) to answer data-oriented civic questions and create maps from thousands of open data sets.

Joining a chorus of other states and localities looking to address the use of generative artificial intelligence (GenAI), Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott has issued an executive order (EO) designed to govern the use and development of AI within city operations.

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