When classes resume this fall, Emory University will be home to the new Center for Artificial Intelligence Learning. According to the university, the center will promote AI literacy across all units of the campus and provide co-curricular learning opportunities that “equip the Emory community with the skills needed to thrive in a technology-focused future.”
A new report from Stanford University found that in 2022, U.S. governments are doing a lot of talking about AI, but they’re also taking a lot of action. Last year 35 percent of all state-level AI bills were passed into law.
The deputy director of the Office of Educational Technology at the U.S. Department of Education said last week that her team will be releasing the first Federal report on AI in education in the coming weeks.
As AI technologies continue to evolve at a rapid pace, a new bill in California aims to shape AI policy across the state and help increase consumer privacy and protection.
The National Science Foundation (NSF) – in collaboration with six other Federal agencies – is looking to work with minority serving institutions to usher in further study and engagement on artificial intelligence (AI) technologies research.
Tracy Barnes, chief information officer (CIO) for the state of Indiana, said the use of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) technologies are a crucial component of the state’s automation strategy. Employing the latest automation tech, he said, helps the state punch above its weight in the continuing battle to protect networks and data against cyberattacks.
Anne Arundel County Public Schools (AACPS) will be installing AI-powered security cameras in their school bus fleet to help lower the number of negligent drivers who illegally pass by school bus stops.
The University of Albany’s new engineering building will house a $200 million public-private AI supercomputing initiative, through the university’s College of Engineering and Applied Sciences.
The Mayor of Miami-Dade County in Florida announced that the county is beginning three new climate technology initiatives that will help cut down on wasted water, invest in ocean and climate tech, and regenerative ocean businesses, the county announced May 10.