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A partnership between Chicago Public Schools, the Illinois Institute of Technology and City Colleges of Chicago allows high-school juniors and seniors to enroll in college courses in pursuit of associates degrees.
After lengthy contract talks, the city will keep the gunshot detection system in place through September. But critics say it disproportionately harms people of color and some attorneys argue it shouldn’t be used in court cases.
Chicago has joined a growing list of cities that have cut ties with a controversial company that tries to reduce gun violence with tech that listens for the crack of gunshots and immediately notifies police.
Chicago Mayor Brandon Johnson announced Tuesday he would end the city’s use of the police surveillance tool after extending the city’s contract to use the technology through September.
The ShotSpotter gunshot detection system has worn a bull's-eye among progressives in Chicago for years, and now Mayor Brandon Johnson says he will make good on his campaign promise to get rid of the technology.
A program that will test automated ticketing of drivers parked in bike and bus lanes downtown, already on the books for nearly a year, could be up and running in Chicago by summer.
The city of Chicago’s recently established Department of Technology and Innovation aims to transform the way city agencies work with one another and the way the city provides services to constituents.
Fire departments in Chicago’s southern suburbs expect response times to be reduced by an average of two minutes per call following the introduction of a new technology called CentralSquare Unify.
CISO Bruce Coffing on recruiting a more diverse cybersecurity workforce and the unique challenges of locking down systems in a city the size of Chicago.
An IT consultant hired by City Hall to diagnose the city’s technological woes urged a drastic revamp of software and an increase of investments in IT infrastructure after years of city neglect and cost inefficiencies.