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Governors must shepherd in AI with responsible data stewardship, IBM CEO says

by • 4 years ago

Ginni Rometty says artificial intelligence will affect 100 percent of jobs and that state leaders have a central role to play as the technology emerges.

For the sake of technology, Nevada governor calls for bipartisan collaboration

by • 5 years ago

Brian Sandoval says technology needs all levels and parties in government to work together and innovate.

CES 2018: States are key for autonomous tech, say industry leaders

by • 5 years ago

Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval was joined by leaders from Google, Uber, Amazon and others. They urged government's continued support for advancing autonomous and electric vehicles.

38 governors sign cybersecurity compact

by • 5 years ago

As leadership of the National Governors Association changes hands, state leaders pledge commitment to bolstering cybersecurity defenses in their states.

Self-driving vehicles: Nevada and Texas join growing pool of states to pass laws

by • 5 years ago

The two states each recently passed legislation clarifying the emerging role of a technology industry expected to grow to trillion within the next 30 years.

Nevada boosts cybersecurity defense with new executive office

by • 5 years ago

The state now looks for a director who can begin staffing the new office and bolstering the government's networks, which one expert says need "a lot of changes."

Governors call for collaboration with federal government on cybersecurity

by • 6 years ago

In the annual “State of the States” address, Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe and Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval called on the federal government to work with states on cybersecurity.

Election Day primer for governor races

by • 8 years ago

With 36 governorships up for re-election, Tuesday's elections could bring widespread changes to state governments and state IT offices. Here's what to watch.

Nevada, Alberta, reach agreement on drone research

by • 9 years ago

Nevada recently signed an agreement with the Canadian province of Alberta to jointly pursue trade and research opportunities around unmanned vehicle systems, otherwise known as drones.