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The fifth round of the Strengthening Community Colleges Training Grants will dole out grant funding for career training programs in sectors such as clean energy, semiconductors and biotechnology.
The Superior Court of Los Angeles County was hit by ransomware Friday, disrupting “many critical systems.” The courthouses remained closed Monday as the jurisdiction worked to recover from the cyber attack.
Answer: Because it’s using an outdated version of Windows.
A flawed update for cybersecurity software from the company CrowdStrike caused many Windows machines to crash. Around the globe, hospitals, airlines, 911 services, banks and others reported disruptions.
Rasmussen is the latest of several institutions to partner with the online resume builder and job-search company Hiration to give students and alumni a tool for real-time feedback on job interview skills.
Plus, Waymo reports 50,000 weekly driverless taxi rides in three major cities, research finds investments in renewable energy are paying off and parrots, it turns out, like to FaceTime their friends.
The House Appropriations Committee recently approved a bill that would eliminate $2.19 billion in federal funding for the professional development of teachers, principals and school leaders.
The state’s Artificial Intelligence Strategy details how agencies will leverage the technology for predictive analysis, to improve resident services and drive workforce development. Ethics and security are part of the plan.