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Artificial Intelligence

The Consortium for School Networking at its annual conference last week announced two free assessment tools for K-12 districts: a questionnaire to assess an ed-tech vendor’s data risks, and a rubric on AI readiness.
A proposed piece of legislation would have the Connecticut State Department of Education select an AI tool for educators and students to use, and create a professional learning program to teach them how to use it.
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.
Computers and artificial intelligence will help score open-ended questions on the State of Texas Assessment of Academic Readiness (STAAR), with "low-confidence" scores to be reassessed by humans.
The Metrolink network, which connects six Southern California counties, has received $1.3 million from the U.S. Department of Transportation. Its mission: to develop security with artificial intelligence to detect hazards on tracks.
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.
Fairfax High School in Los Angeles is the latest school to deal with inappropriate images that may have been created by AI, following similar incidents at Beverly Hills and Laguna Beach schools earlier this year.
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.
A California lawmaker has introduced a bill in Congress that would force AI companies to say where they got the reams of data needed to make their super smart chatbots and image generators.
A multimillion-dollar collaboration between Carnegie Mellon University and a Japanese university will aim to advance the research and impact of artificial intelligence in Pennsylvania and beyond.