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Legislation requiring computer science instruction in California was referred to an Assembly committee last week. At a time when tens of thousands of computing jobs are available, most schools in the state don’t offer a single computer science course.
Answer: No, but they might be able to in the future.
Microsoft Azure now offers Azure OpenAI Service. A company executive described how governments might use it, and what that could mean for staff workloads.
NIST released its first major update to the framework since 2014. The new version adds a key cybersecurity function, aims to support all sectors and is accompanied by the release of supplementary resources.
The University of Missouri is among several U.S. higher-ed institutions to receive an award from the National Science Foundation to create a new research hub focused on emerging tech applications across disciplines.
The two sellers of technology for emergency responders said that CentralSquare will become a verified reseller for RapidSOS. The deal is the latest to bring together gov tech vendors in that space.
Customers across the nation reported outages of call, text and Internet service. The incident prompted some emergency and police departments to issue advice to residents who were unable to place 911 calls.
A private research university in New York is launching an online master’s degree in business analytics and applied AI that will combine analytical training with insights about AI applications in business.
2023 saw more cloud-based intrusions and data breach-based extortion. Cyber extortion and ransomware, plus election-related disinformation, are likely to be key concerns in 2024, too.