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Artificial Intelligence

A machine learning tool designed to predict where crime might occur across eight major U.S. cities is also helping to highlight areas that are not receiving adequate police protection — often poorer neighborhoods.
We asked state chief information officers where they stand on blockchain, chatbots, AI and robotics to find out what new technologies have the potential to be more than just buzzwords.
The latest and greatest technologies often start as projects in university laboratories across the country. Here are a handful of innovations in the works that could transform gov tech in the coming years.
Utilities in the state are looking to new technology to fight an old problem: wildfires. Officials hope that by better predicting weather and risk patterns they can prevent and respond to the looming threat.
The New York State Office for the Aging has launched a new initiative to bring companion robots into seniors’ homes — and they go beyond the common virtual assistants to proactively support seniors’ needs.
The Metropolitan Sewer District of Greater Cincinnati is going to be piloting a technology solution to gain a better understanding of its wastewater network and more advanced sampling methods.
The Railroad Commission is turning to artificial intelligence to address increasing seismic activity across West Texas. A machine-learning algorithm has been programmed to process seismic data and reduce backlogs.
Ten transportation technology companies were selected for eight-week project deployments in the New York City metro region to explore artificial intelligence, sustainability and other technology areas to innovate transit.
An Army artificial intelligence unit is moving into about 13,000 square feet of space leased by Pittsburgh’s Carnegie Mellon University at Bakery Office Two, according to real estate sources.
A first-generation U.S. college graduate and director of the Matrix: AI Consortium For Human Well-Being at the University of Texas at San Antonio, Dhireesha Kudithipudi is focused on recruiting diverse talent.