Cloud & Computing
A newly announced partnership between the Nevada Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation and Coursera will provide no-cost workforce training to unemployed and underemployed Nevadans.
Efforts to cut down on pandemic-era unemployment insurance fraud is leaving some in the state without benefits as the tools used to detect fraudulent claims sideline legitimate payments.
The company’s web services division launches Government Lens, meant as a best practices guide to using the cloud and delivering better services. This marks Amazon’s latest offering in the public sector space.
A new platform from the state's Department of Labor and Workforce Development and a nonprofit partner is giving unprecedented insights into public works wages and compliance with prevailing wage laws.
A newly formed team within North Dakota Information Technology is taking an in-depth look at emergency communications across the state with a focus on interoperability, security and resilience.
Google’s cloud clients will be able to access Meta’s Llama 2 large language model, as well as AI startup Anthropic’s Claude 2 chatbot, to customize with enterprise data for their own apps and services.
The state auditor's office noted concerns about the California Department of Technology's security controls and project oversight in its most recent audit. The CIO, Liana Bailey-Crimmins, has responded to the concerns.
The company has announced plans to spend $1.7 billion to expand its three Ohio data center sites to boost artificial intelligence efforts and tools like Google search, Maps, and Gmail.
Utah CTO David Fletcher will be retiring this week after over two decades in the role. In his final days in public service, he shared what he has learned and accomplished in a career peppered with technological disruption.
Two data center applications have been filed in Stafford County, both in the Falmouth District. A meeting has been set for this week to discuss the projects and what they could mean for the surrounding community.
Early warning capabilities are part of a new AI pilot project operated by Cal Fire in partnership with UC San Diego's ALERTCalifornia system, which maintains 1,039 high-definition cameras in strategic locations throughout the state.
The Lauderdale County Board of Supervisors this week authorized a sheriff’s department grant application for $50,000, which will be used to purchase and install a software program for tracking criminal and gang activity data.
Language model AIs seem smart because of how they string words together, but in reality they can’t do anything without many people guiding them every step of the way.
In coastal communities across the U.S., technology and data play a significant role in helping both officials and members of the public better understand and mitigate risks related to rising sea levels.