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The University of Maine at Augusta is working with the Maine Department of Labor on a cybersecurity and IT registered apprenticeship program to recruit, train or upskill employees for those fields.
Officials are dealing with a growing number of "Zoombombings" in Maine and other states in which callers have interrupted municipal meetings with racist, antisemitic and homophobic language.
Plus, Oklahoma has launched a new interactive map to track Internet service in the state, Maine has submitted a new broadband plan to the federal government, and more.
Recently passed and proposed legislation across the country is bolstering telehealth expansion by redefining telehealth benefit specifications, enabling coverage across state lines and eliminating patient care obstacles for medical professionals.
Maine paused the use of ChatGPT and other generative AI apps for six months beginning in June. After hearing wide-ranging reactions, I decided to ask Nathan Willigar, the state CISO, about the move.
Maine recently got official word that it will receive $272 million in federal funding to build more Internet connectivity in the state as part of the bipartisan infrastructure law passed by Congress in 2021.
As of June 21, Maine’s executive branch entities are barred from using generative AI. This moratorium is intended to give the state time to research and evaluate risks posed by the technology.
Plus, Detroit’s parks are getting public Wi-Fi; the White House has launched; New York continues to up enrollment in broadband program; and more.
Although some websites contain lists and maps of EV chargers, they do not tell whether the chargers work, which could make it tough for tourists and for the state to encourage EV purchases.
The industry group TechNet, which represents several Silicon Valley tech giants like Apple and Meta, is trying to push Maine lawmakers away from ACLU-backed privacy legislation that the group says is too broad.