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The U.S. Air Force now admits what thousands of residents have known for months — sonic booms from Vandenberg Space Base regularly rattle a large swath of Southern California, across more than 100 miles of coastline.
A former mayor of Compton, Calif., who oversaw the country’s largest experiment with universal basic income, thinks a new software platform can help bootstrap underserved communities.
A multibillion-dollar plan to develop 10,000 miles of broadband infrastructure has hit financial headwinds, forcing the state to consider what not to build. Some construction is already underway.
Since the SAT went fully digital in March, California has seen demand exceed capacity for SAT weekend administrations because of a shortage of high schools and other institutions willing to serve as weekend test centers.
Using artificial intelligence from a value-based perspective was a major theme during the 2024 Code for America annual summit. The organization also announced its new AI Studio.
Lawmakers in California have proposed legislation on everything from deepfakes to data transparency to large system safeguards. The big question: which bills could pass?
Tech leaders are being deliberate about the adoption of generative artificial intelligence and “trying to not follow the rush,” Government Operations Agency Secretary Amy Tong told a state commission.
Social media platforms may be held financially liable for harm caused to California’s minors if a court finds that they knowingly offered products or design features that resulted in harm to minors.
Two bills related to artificial intelligence governance were passed in the California state Senate on Thursday with unanimous support. Now, Senate bills 892 and 893 will head to the Assembly.
State officials have for years continually given residents more time to get Real ID-enabled driver’s licenses and identification cards. But the current deadline to do so of May 7, 2025, seems to be holding fast.