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CSUCI computer science professors Eric Kaltman and Joseph Osborn are using emulators to develop a digital archive for old computer games, giving scholars the ability to bookmark and access specific moments in games.
New York City’s new MyCity portal offers residents a single digital space to check eligibility for and gain access to city services and benefits across city agencies, starting with child care.
The 12th cohort of the New York-based urban tech accelerator includes four companies with a government focus, as well as participation from a new venture capital partner.
Dr. James Smith Jr., who brings years of expertise in data security and web architecture, will replace Brandee Ganz following her appointment to the chief administrative officer position earlier this month.
An open letter calls for a six-month break on powerful AI training efforts. The idea is to develop safety and oversight systems and otherwise allow time for consideration of the tech’s rapid development.
The National Association of State Chief Information Officers has released a resource offering state governments guidance on metaverse technologies, including potential applications for public-sector use.
A study from the University of Houston surveyed hundreds of Americans across 43 states to find that ideations about local crime were distorted after using neighborhood social engagement apps like Nextdoor.