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Efforts to improve Connecticut's position as a potential host for data centers appear to be stuck in neutral at the moment, despite an increased focus on artificial intelligence and how the two are intertwined.
ZeroEyes, a firm that is based in Pennsylvania, has created an AI-based gun detection video analytics platform that continues getting its technology into public organizations nationwide.
Every one of these attacks is an outrage, disrupting commerce, threatening the prospects of otherwise healthy organizations and requiring lavish investments to harden systems against hacking.
Remote hearings enable courts to handle mundane docket matters more efficiently by allowing participants to attend without requiring them to be inconvenienced by perfunctory proceedings that often last minutes.
The Department of Homeland Security's Tribal Cybersecurity Grant Program is set to send the money to 32 tribal nations, aiming to help strengthen cybersecurity postures against rising threats.
The region’s designation as a federal tech hub was dealt a blow as it missed out on up to $70 million in funding that business leaders hoped would spur additional investment and help create thousands of jobs.
Whitfield County Board of Commissioners Chairman Jevin Jensen recently said that no resident within the county should be "left behind" when it comes to broadband Internet access.
The latest law enforcement technology is a computer software, called Live911, and it allows police to hear 911 callers in real time as they talk with emergency dispatchers.
Five North Texas cities — Dallas, Arlington, Plano, Frisco and DeSoto — have started vying to become the first in the U.S. to pilot the novel transportation system known as Whoosh.
Legislation expanding access to telemedicine in Pennsylvania received final Senate approval and is now set to be signed into law by Gov. Josh Shapiro, Sen. Lisa Baker said Thursday.
A civil grand jury found that without more officers, the Oakland Police Department needs to focus on building a long-term strategy for boosting its effectiveness through the use of crime-fighting technology.
The computer-aided dispatch system for Grand Traverse County's 911 service is also officially back online following a cyber attack that disabled the system and many other governmental services.
The California Public Utilities Commission has awarded $45 million in grant funding to three regional Internet service providers, the Monterey Bay Economic Partnership announced recently.
The grants range between $75,000 and $150,000 each, and they are spread out between 10 different cities across the country, many of which are working to boost digital skills training.
Although the exact date has yet to be finalized, the Silicon Valley drone technology company Matternet will launch its pilot program in its Northern California home city later this year.