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The Gary Police Department received $264,000 in Community Project Funding to purchase more license plate reader technology for the city, adding to the 170 they currently have.
Plus, Indiana is getting more than $81 million in broadband funding, new research suggests AI is directly related to digital equity, and more.
The funding from the Next Level Connections Broadband Grant Program is aimed at bringing Internet to more than 34,000 locations in 54 counties. Service providers and others can access it with a 20 percent match.
The director and assistant director of the county’s Board of Elections and Registration became certified elections registration administrators through Auburn University and The Election Center.
The state of Indiana has implemented a tool called Pivot, which leverages artificial intelligence to support job seekers by unveiling potential career paths personalized to their career goals. Later this year, it will begin to take on other tasks.
While some concerns about filling government IT roles persist, eliminating education requirements, leaning on skills-based qualifications and expanding internship programs are helping states find new talent.
Director of Communications and External Affairs, Indiana Office of Technology
New Albany Police Chief Todd Bailey said his agency’s body camera deployment has “made our community better.” Police officers at the city department have been using body cams since the summer of 2023.
Making good on the promise of generative AI requires a foundation of clean data and clear policies. Chief data officers and AI experts weigh in on practical ways to build a strong program.
The state’s new risk assessments aim to strike a balance between harnessing the benefits of AI and managing data and ethical concerns. Meanwhile, Indiana’s first customer-facing AI tool is now in service.