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Officials at the Missouri Botanical Garden, a National Historic Landmark in St. Louis, are using artificial intelligence to digitize their herbarium; and to assess how changing climates nationwide may impact trees.
To prepare students for a world of misinformation, legislation expected to pass in early 2025 would establish guidelines to teach digital media literacy in K-12 based on pilot programs at a handful of schools.
The county is preparing for a soft launch of reopening the assessment, collection and recorder of deeds offices to the public on April 16, according to a new press release from officials.
Fake videos designed to persuade Missouri voters would be banned within 90 days of an election under legislation that won broad support in the state’s Legislature Wednesday.
Missouri launched a data visualization tool last month after educators and families repeatedly requested an easier way to view and understand student achievement and growth indicators for local schools.
Missouri's statewide "Close the Gap" program offered low-income students up to $1,500 each through an online marketplace with hundreds of vendors, but it was stymied by technical glitches, price gouging and lack of inventory.
The University of Missouri is among several U.S. higher-ed institutions to receive an award from the National Science Foundation to create a new research hub focused on emerging tech applications across disciplines.
A proposal to create a cyberstalking task force is before state lawmakers for the third year in a row. The task force would be charged with developing best practices for preventing online harassment and for treating victims.
The Missouri Department of Economic Development announced on Friday it was awarding more than $7.9 million in American Rescue Plan Act funds to 14 projects to improve cellular coverage across the state.
An internship program at the University of Central Missouri's Innovation Campus allows students to intern at local technology businesses, in fields such as software development and cybersecurity, while taking classes.