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As artificial intelligence continues to rapidly evolve, governments across the globe must do what they can to make sure that regulation keeps pace, protecting humanity from potential dangers.
The proposal is called the American Privacy Rights Act, and it aims to “make privacy a consumer right” and “give consumers the ability to enforce that right,” doing so at a pivotal moment.
America’s young people face a mental health crisis, and adults constantly debate how much to blame phones and social media. A new book spurs conversation around the issue.
Net neutrality has now been a partisan football for more than two decades, dating back almost exactly to when high-speed broadband connections began to supplant dial-up modems.
Few public policy issues will affect the future of our country the way telecommunications infrastructure will, specifically considering the current regulatory path for 5G and wireless spectrum.
In preparing young people to enter a professional environment of rapidly evolving technology, one of the best things educators can do for them is teach them how to explore and learn about new tools on their own.
The era of standardization in education might be coming to a close, given the potential of artificial intelligence tools to analyze student metrics in real time and create personalized, dynamic learning pathways.
CyberTrust Massachusetts is launching new cyber assessment and monitoring services, which will give the state's cities and towns access to new capabilities to help reverse the trend of escalating cyber attacks.
For thousands of Texans living in the Rio Grande Valley, the so-called "last mile" — that stubborn final leg of a broadband Internet network that reaches a residential neighborhood — can seem endless.
Artificial intelligence isn’t going anywhere, so we might as well face it with our eyes open. It brings with it an abundance of potential use cases and risks alike, as job displacement is the flip side of efficiency.
Despite massive gains in broadband Internet connectivity over the course of recent decades, a lack of broadband infrastructure continues to persist for many Californians.
Despite progress toward digital services, people are still getting left on the outside looking in. For those having trouble navigating online government, connecting with staff for assistance might be the answer.
Age verification laws create myriad privacy risks, and requiring platforms to collect government IDs or face scans opens the door to potential exploitation by hackers and enemy governments.
Experts say safe and effective use of artificial intelligence requires transparency, explainability and auditability. Users of the tech also have to trust the people who made it.
If students pursue majors in AI within the isolated confines of a college of computing, without the grounding of a broader education, how can we expect them to make wise decisions about how that technology is applied?
The recent proliferation of costly cyber attacks on colleges and universities underlines the need for modern security information and event management, a proactive way of monitoring networks and flagging threats.
Two identical bills moving through the Ohio legislature would allow an eligible adult to “act in lieu of a driver training instructor while using an authorized electronic device or application.”
Billion-dollar transportation “megaprojects” are notoriously prone to cost overruns and delays. With huge federal dollars spurring on such projects, Aurigo’s CEO argues now is the time to achieve better management.
Where computer science has traditionally been divided among engineering and liberal arts colleges, the importance of the subject warrants a seat at the table as its own foundational discipline that incorporates others.
As the general election campaign begins in earnest, we can expect disinformation attacks to target voters, especially in communities of color, while evolving tech makes them harder to identify.