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To celebrate the 20th anniversary of New York City’s 311 service launch, the city released a State of NYC311 report detailing important statistics as well as some of the most outrageous requests received.
The rapid rise of artificial intelligence in the hiring process is behind a new proposal that would set up a framework that would require HR departments to test their AI recruitment tools for bias.
Department officials this week announced the upcoming changes to their patrol vehicles at the annual State of the NYPD breakfast. New tech additions will include 360-degree cameras and QR codes the public can use to contact the department.
Mayor Eric Adams plans in his State of the City address to unveil a new push to place 30,000 New Yorkers into apprenticeship programs by 2030 in what would be a significant expansion of the city’s efforts.
The one-stop shop MyCity commitment has yet to come to fruition despite over a year in office and a host of six-figure city contracts that had public hearings, according to the City Record.
New York City’s Transit Tech Lab has opened the application period for its fifth technology challenge to focus on areas like operational efficiency and human capital. Applications will be accepted until March 2.
A month after OpenAI launched its latest AI chatbot prototype, the New York City Department of Education blocked access to it on school-owned networks and devices, citing negative impacts on student learning.
Plus, a new ITIF report compares the U.S. broadband landscape with the rest of the world; a congressional broadband oversight effort is announced; Providence, R.I., has a new broadband coordinator; and more.
The NYPD spent nearly $3 billion on surveillance technology in a 12-year stretch but continues to flout the law requiring it reveal details of each contract, according to two advocacy groups.
The Transit Tech Lab, an initiative focused on bolstering transit recovery and sustainability, has selected six technology companies to conduct yearlong pilots across the New York City metro region.