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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.
The new office will broaden and restructure city service options for residents, while also building a collaborative team to meet government agency IT needs throughout the city. Its work begins officially in the new year.
Armed with federal money, Indiana is giving endpoint detection and response services to local governments, with 31 entities signing up so far. But can the state make this last after the money runs out?
For Indiana CIO Tracy Barnes, elevating cybersecurity, creating IT leadership training, enacting AI policy and laying the framework for a statewide digital ID program will take center stage in 2024.
The university is working with state officials and others to identify where broadband funding is most needed, according to a recent announcement. The effort comes amid increasing societal reliance on high-speed Internet.
As part of the federal CHIPS and Science Act as well as Indiana University's strategic plan, the university is partnering with the U.S. Department of Defense to build up high-tech training programs and industries.
An early warning dashboard will be available to Indiana's K-12 districts before the 2024-2025 academic year to help identify students who are at risk of not graduating on time due to chronic absenteeism and other issues.
The Cass County Election Board held a public test for the electronic voting system Friday morning, during which election officials went through the process of using the voting machines and discussing how they work.