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Brandon Paykamian

Staff Writer

Brandon Paykamian is a staff writer for Government Technology. He has a bachelor's degree in journalism from East Tennessee State University and years of experience as a multimedia reporter, mainly focusing on public education and higher ed.

During a webinar Wednesday at the annual ASU+GSV Summit, education leaders discussed the need to promote career exploration programs at these levels. Ages 10-15, a speaker said, are critical times.
Tech executives led a panel at the annual ASU+GSV Summit this week about the need to prepare workers for AI-integrated workplaces, stressing the need for professional development and building in-house expertise.
A panel of tech executives on Tuesday reflected on the speed of recent advances in artificial intelligence, the potential of the market and the need to focus on developing new tools responsibly.
Several CEOs in the ed-tech space led a webinar Monday at the annual ASU+GSV Summit about the challenges of staying competitive in an increasingly saturated and dynamic market.
Education leaders from across the U.S. led a webinar at the annual ASU+GSV Summit on Monday to explain how school districts have started to embrace generative AI, worrying less about cheating and more about learning.
As schools and universities make more use of artificial intelligence-driven tools, some ed-tech developers are seeking input from educators and implementing policies related to ethical use and data privacy.
Oregon State University’s inaugural AI Week features several panels on artificial intelligence led by faculty and tech industry leaders. It culminates Friday with the first edition of a yearly forum, and groundbreaking on an innovation complex.
At an Education Week webinar, panelists from the cloud software provider Softdocs said schools can enhance data security by moving away from on-premise data management and using third-party cybersecurity expertise.
Officials on Friday announced the deployment of the first IBM Quantum System One computer on a university campus, at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in upstate New York. It’s aimed at driving quantum research and education programming.
Institutions like the University of Maryland Global Campus, Grayson College and Western Governors University are using a variety of tech tools to maintain student engagement — a key challenge in online learning.