Utilities and cities — along with local companies and universities — are seeking to turn more of a growing abundance of solar energy into an around-the-clock source for power.
Georgia senators pushed for answers about election security during a Senate Ethics Committee hearing this week, questioning why the state’s voting system won’t be upgraded until after the 2024 elections.
Effective Oct. 31, Dmitry Kagansky, chief technology officer for the Georgia Technology Authority, will end his two-year stint with the state, where he helped guide state systems toward the cloud.
Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger has approved an upgrade of the state’s Dominion voting equipment before several local elections this fall, a test that could help prevent potential malware and hacks.
The State Election Board will consider a proposed rule that would allow voters to use paper ballots filled out by hand — rather than by machine — in polling places where ballot secrecy can’t be guaranteed.
A memorandum of understanding between Georgia Tech and Hyundai Motor Group will establish workforce training and curricula for Hyundai’s EV and battery factory near the Georgia coast and a battery plant in Bartow County.
Many educators and college faculty are OK with students consulting ChatGPT for help on admissions essays, but chatbots can't be a replacement for a student's own voice, subjective experience and thoughts.
The hand-count movement has won approval in Spalding County south of Atlanta, where the local election board voted to require a manual tally before results from computer-scanned ballots can be certified.