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A $2.3 million contract between the New Hampshire Department of Education and the nonprofit Khan Academy will make the AI teaching assistant Khanmigo available for free to teachers and students in grades 5-12 until 2025.
States are investing in ways to incorporate the end user's experience into digital services, looking at how people truly use platforms and how to improve them. Some say it’s what government should have been doing all along.
Plus, Indiana is getting more than $81 million in broadband funding, new research suggests AI is directly related to digital equity, and more.
The state will issue every sworn officer in its Department of Corrections a body-worn camera. This will make it just the second department in the country to equip state corrections officers with the devices.
The state is recommending a $1.4 million contract for more efficient incident management, including automated reports, be approved. Doing so should speed up response time on children, youth and family cases.
Lawmakers are discussing a bill requiring public disclosure whenever political advertising with “deepfake” images, audio or video is distributed. Robocalls with simulated voices targeted more than 5,000 residents ahead of the presidential primary.
States are allocating money from the State and Local Cybersecurity Grant Program toward training, multifactor authentication work and encouraging a move to .gov domains. But funding is currently set to run out in 2025.
The state's information technology chief executive worries that any legislation crafted now may become obsolete and leave state regulators unable to deal with rapid societal advances brought by AI.
Denis Goulet plans to build up his state’s privacy, potentially using its cybersecurity program as a model. New Hampshire may also bring its popular “.Gov In a Box” offering to more local entities.
A Texas man and his company were responsible for thousands of illegal robocalls featuring the faked voice of President Joe Biden, state Attorney General John M. Formella said Tuesday at a news conference.