North Carolina launches cybersecurity training program for veterans
The state is partnering with Cisco and other tech firms to offer free training to former military members pursuing cybersecurity careers.
Orlando police are testing Amazon's facial recognition software again
Privacy advocates continue to criticize the city's exploration of Amazon's Rekognition platform, which has resumed less than two weeks after the end of a controversial pilot.
AWS announces winners of annual 'City on a Cloud' competition
Washington, D.C.; Los Angeles; and Asheville, North Carolina, are among the cities that were awarded for their creative uses of Amazon's cloud-computing platform.
AWS names 2018 'City on a Cloud' competition finalists
The winners will collectively receive 50,000 in Amazon Web Services credits.
ACLU criticizes cities and states buying facial-recognition software from Amazon
"Facial recognition in American communities threatens freedom," the organization says of Amazon's Rekognition platform.
LA County contractor joins list of cloud users found to have lax security settings
Millions of telephone call logs, including some residents' home addresses and Social Security numbers, were left accessible.
The next generation of flood monitoring is being built in Southeastern Virginia
Newport News, Norfolk, and Virginia Beach are among the cities testing sensor stations that will allow predictive alerts.
Colorado's plagued medical benefits system may finally get the upgrades it needs
New upgrades could put an end to a legacy computer system that has cost the state more than 30 million in improper payments.
Experts optimistic that AI could save government billions of hours through automation
By freeing workers from mundane tasks, officials and analysts say artificial intelligence could enable government to focus more closely on its mission.