A University at Albany research team conducted a study on how 22 state government agencies are harnessing chatbot technology, uncovering valuable insights into the challenges faced and lessons learned.
More invasive devices have prompted new debates about privacy and freedom. But it’s important to keep in mind that other technologies already sense and shape our thoughts, a neuroethicist argues.
The Monterey Police Department is looking for resident input on a plan to install license plate cameras to assist with crime investigations. The controversial technology has seen broad U.S. adoption amid police staffing challenges.
Numerous startups and other urban efforts are reorienting the smart city technology space toward one which more directly impacts the lives of residents and addresses the deepening climate crisis.
The company leading the robotaxi race wants to expand driverless ride-hailing to Los Angeles and 22 Bay Area cities in San Mateo and Santa Clara counties — even as San Francisco is suing to rein in its expansion.
General Motors has partnered with EV Connect to establish seamless plug-and-charge experience at some 200 high-speed chargers nationwide. More are set to follow, say those involved with the initiative.
A state-led swap that would give SpaceX state park land near its Boca Chica Starship facilities — a plan that sparked widespread opposition — was pulled from a meeting scheduled for Thursday.
The U.S. National Science Foundation and other collaborating federal agencies are launching a national pilot to research, and ultimately bolster investment in, the area of artificial intelligence.
The U.S. General Services Administration has chosen to collaborate with four states to pilot a text notification platform geared toward enhancing internal and external communication surrounding federal benefits services.
An innovative solution is being piloted in Surprise, Ariz., leveraging 3D-printing technology to reduce and reuse plastic waste. The ultimate goal is to help enable a circular economy in the region.
Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin’s latest executive order on artificial intelligence targets the use of the technology in the classroom and offers standards to safeguard state databases and individual data.
Using the complex task of playing the piano, a high-tech glove gives feedback to the wearer in real time as they work to re-establish mobility after experiencing a stroke.
A new report by the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation found that the economies of producing green hydrogen at scale will be difficult to overcome as the government and the private sector search for non-fossil fuel energy sources.
Officials this week announced that the department had purchased a second electric Rosenbauer RTX fire engine using $1.1 million in funding from Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment.