Virginia plans to launch AI-as-a-service in 2022

The state, which previously offered robotic process automation as a service to its agencies, plans a similar approach with artificial intelligence.

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New York CTO publishes AI strategy guide

by • 4 days ago

The 116-page document attempts to create a plan for how city agencies can better embrace the use of artificial intelligence and machine learning.

Las Vegas will build a 'digital twin' to reduce carbon emissions

by • 5 days ago

Software company Cityzenith will construct a virtual model of Downtown Las Vegas to help the city reduce building emissions and noise pollution.

Blockchains backs off 'innovation zones' concept in Nevada

by • 2 weeks ago

Blockchains founder and CEO Jeffrey Berns said he's pulling out of further talks, citing the absence of "a champion" for the project.

Miami's latest tech trend is AI-powered waste removal

by • 2 weeks ago

Miami will test AI-powered cameras in its municipally owned dumpsters over the next two months in hopes of reducing carbon emissions.

Improving constituent access through AI

by • 2 weeks ago

A new StateScoop documentary explores how government is powering mission delivery with AI and ML adoption.

'Smart cities' groups just formed a mega-group

by • 2 weeks ago

Organizers of a new coalition said individual cities and counties can't drive essential civic technologies to scale on their own.

Cities aren't quite ready for blockchain, CIOs say

by • 2 weeks ago

Technology officials say they're interested in distributed-ledger technology, but that they have a few questions before their cities start investing.

New York State 'first' to test 5G drone technology

by • 3 weeks ago

Gov. Kathy Hochul said new work by a wireless consortium will ensure 5G technology can meet aviation safety requirements.

Low-code development catches on with CIOs

by • 3 weeks ago

Low-code and no-code development became popular during the pandemic by helping IT agencies stand up apps much more quickly than with traditional programming.

San Jose launches cryptocurrency pilot to close digital divide

by • 3 weeks ago

San Jose will deploy 20 hotspots that also mine cryptocurrency throughout the city with the aim of subsidizing internet costs for 1,300 households.

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