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News Staff

Highlights from govtech.com as they appeared in our January/February 2023 magazine.
Funding from the Connecting Minority Communities Pilot Program (CMC), part of the Biden-Harris administration’s Internet for All initiative, will help expand access to high-speed Internet and tech for online learning.
As chatbots threaten to upend English instruction, an ed-tech startup in New York launched a new platform that uses AI to generate real-time feedback, recommend educational content and create writing prompts.
Convey911, founded last year, pulled in an investment round led by a former CEO of Lexipol. The company provides both human and machine translation for 911 and other dispatch-type public services.
Answer: A problem with the battery.
The U.S. Department of Commerce’s National Institute of Standards and Technology’s newly released framework provides organizations a pathway to use artificial intelligence technology in a way that reduces risk.
Answer: Boulder, Colo.
Law enforcement disrupted the digital infrastructure the ransomware group Hive uses to communicate with members, and stole decryption tools that it passed along to victims during a monthslong covert infiltration of the criminal network.
The integration of ParentSquare’s school communications software with Gabbart’s website and CMS tools aims to give teachers the ability to share consistent information across websites, social media and other channels.