As the state heads into an intense wildfire season, California is turning to artificial intelligence (AI) and other technologies to combat fires.
The Treasury Department last week announced the approval of over $740 million for high-speed internet projects in California and Pennsylvania under President Joe Biden’s American Rescue Plan’s Capital Projects Fund (CPF).
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.
Days before this legislative session ends, Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a bill that will require K-12 school districts to report cyberattacks that impact over 500 students.
Conceal carry weapon holders of California had their personal information leaked online by what was thought to be an update to the state’s firearms data dashboard that would provide and encourage transparency and data-sharing.
A revision to California’s proposed budget calls for the merger of the state’s data analytics bureau and digital service agency creating a new office that would facilitate more efficient state operations and support one-time projects.
California Governor Gavin Newsom signed an executive order on May 4 that aims to make the state more friendly to the use of blockchain technology.
California Governor Gavin Newsom announced that the state’s Cradle-to-Career Data System is now entering its next phase of development, marked by the hiring of Mary Ann Bates as its first director.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced that state CIO Amy Tong has been appointed Director at the California Office of Digital Innovation.
The state of California has launched the first-ever statewide data warehouse focused on homelessness. In a press release, Gov. Gavin Newsom’s office said the data warehouse will “allow the state to make data-driven policy decisions in its efforts to prevent and end homelessness.”