As courts grapple with a growing need for more reporters, some are considering turning to automated speech-to-text tools and other less traditional alternatives.
According to the Federal Highway Administration, the grant funding, allocated under the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, aims to propel digital construction tools such as computer modeling and 3D design in 10 state DOTs.
The state Department of Management Division of Information Technology will provide K-12 schools with 16 months of endpoint detection and response services, including 24-hour monitoring and incident response.
Iowa teachers are using artificial intelligence to draft emails, write individual educational plans and create rubrics, and they recommend students use it to check their work and come up with extra practice problems.
Members of the community are encouraged to join a new program about cybersecurity awareness, specifically those who may not be aware of their digital risks or what to do about them.
Staff in the business office of the Marion Independent School District are stepping out of their comfort zone and using their expertise to inform educators and residents about school finance.
The Jacobson Institute at Grand View University announced a partnership with the technology training company SkillStorm to fit regional workers for available positions in growing industry. SkillStorm has similar programs at southern schools.
Iowa CIO Matt Behrens shares the IT strategies his team is using to stay on track for an ambitious deadline to consolidate the technology systems of 37 state cabinets down to 16 in alignment with recent legislation.
The Iowa Department of Transportation is testing how well unmanned aerial systems – commonly called drones – can help to move traffic around wrecks, temporary road closures and construction zones.
When it comes to what IT functions can be contracted out, Iowa CIO Matt Behrens said it’s important that his office “not outsource our brains” and make sure that decision-making stays in-house.