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Teachers are redesigning assignments, administrators are revisiting policies, and students are still finding their footing as they navigate the new frontier of yet another disruptive technology.
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Two newly introduced bills in the Pennsylvania Legislature would prohibit the use of artificial intelligence to impersonate political candidates in campaign literature and advertising.
Before students use AI tools to complete their work, they should first develop their own HI (human intelligence) and understand the purpose of education and the importance of ethical behavior and personal integrity.
During a recent joint hearing by the election committees in the Senate and Assembly, officials voiced grave concerns about election security in the age of AI. Voters, they feared, could be deceived by technology during this election season.
State lawmakers have approved three bills that refresh areas of the law pertaining to minors, and to artificially generated images of “sexual depiction” – redefining such depictions to include those generated by AI.
Members of Congress are finding the debate over controlling artificial intelligence touches on matters like freedom of speech, and balancing its ability to innovate with its potential for deception and fraud.
The Future of Privacy Forum has launched its new Center for Artificial Intelligence. It aims to help serve policymakers, companies and other organizations in creating AI governance strategies.
To build an ethical framework for AI in state government, New Jersey is surveying its employees to engage them in the process of creating a system that uses AI to enhance services and empower workers.
A Gen Z writer consulted experts for tips on how students can succeed professionally after the AI revolution, and answers suggested learning its uses and blind spots, including it on resumes and networking with professionals.
The California Department of Transportation is working with vendors on GenAI tools that can investigate near misses, reduce crashes and eliminate bottlenecks. Officials hope to more quickly analyze millions of data points.
The move comes as the gov tech company seeks a greater profile in the marketplace, eyes more U.S. growth and plans to expand its AI-backed offerings. The CEO explains how the change came about.
Using artificial intelligence from a value-based perspective was a major theme during the 2024 Code for America annual summit. The organization also announced its new AI Studio.
Lawmakers in California have proposed legislation on everything from deepfakes to data transparency to large system safeguards. The big question: which bills could pass?
From robocalls to deepfakes, misuse of artificial intelligence threatens to play a significant role in the upcoming presidential election. Legislation from lawmakers nationwide proposes to keep it in check.
Tech leaders are being deliberate about the adoption of generative artificial intelligence and “trying to not follow the rush,” Government Operations Agency Secretary Amy Tong told a state commission.
As agencies get more comfortable with new ways of analyzing data, UrbanLogiq is betting officials will prefer AI-powered tools over typical traffic-counting methods. Already one city has started using such a product.