Artificial Intelligence (AI)
North Carolina's cybersecurity office is taking it slow on AI
Artificial intelligence holds promise for cybersecurity, but there are reasons not to rush it, North Carolina Chief Risk Officer Maria Thompson said during an AI Week event.
Cities are driving the progress behind AI in government
Cities are experimenting with AI's place in government far more than any national or international body, an NYU researcher said during an AI Week panel.
Utah auditor issues recommendations to reduce bias in government software
A commission formed after the founder of a tech vendor was discovered to have ties to white nationalism made 12 proposals to reduce bias in state technology.
Texas launches AI-focused center of excellence for state agencies
The new center will help state agencies incorporate AI into their long-term plans, following the success of a similar strategy to encourage cloud adoption.
Miami-Dade transit using AI to monitor passengers for social distancing
The county's transit authority signed up an analytics firm after the pandemic hit to track effects of its COVID-19 response measures.
Microsoft exec on using cloud to scale services and security
Microsoft’s Michael Mattmiller reflects on how agencies have leaned on cloud infrastructure and SaaS applications to scale services during the pandemic, and Microsoft's own lessons learned to secure their remote workforce.
Ohio’s CIO on state’s agility and innovation during COVID-19
Ervan Rodgers shares how collaboration between state agencies and the vendor community is improving citizen services and reducing operational costs.
Using commercial technology for faster AI adoption in the DOD
Defense Innovation Unit director Mike Madsen shares how prototype contracts with commercial vendors can help the DOD speed up AI and ML adoption.
Counting cars was once a job in Raleigh — now an AI does it
Officials at the North Carolina capital replaced a slow, manual process of evaluating traffic congestion with cameras powered by machine learning.