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City officials said Thursday that they would begin to permit operators to test drive autonomous autos on New York City streets, in an announcement that divided street safety advocates.
Portico, the Landmarks Preservation Commission’s new portal, features an online assistant to help expedite modernization for historically significant buildings and sites. It replaces a system that had only recently begun moving off paper.
New York City leaders on Thursday announced milestones met in the city’s Artificial Intelligence Action Plan. These include the establishment of an AI Steering Committee and the publication of guiding principles.
More than 7,500 new electric Uber and Lyft vehicles have been approved by the Taxi and Limousine Commission since the start of the city’s Green Rides initiative, according to a lawsuit aimed at limiting the electric for-hire fleet.
City officials have announced that they will join a California lawsuit against major social media companies over what Mayor Eric Adams is calling a “mental health crisis” facing young people.
Pivoting to remote learning Tuesday because of an intense snow storm, New York City Public Schools had issues taking attendance and using programs that required an IBM authentication to log in.
The City University of New York (CUNY) is using $75 million from the Simons Foundation to hire new faculty for courses in advanced computer science, and to support AI research efforts with other institutions in New York.
Curb management is one of the latest areas the New York City Transit Tech Lab wants to explore as it opens its new call for applications to enter the lab’s sixth challenge event urging early growth stage companies to apply.
Public safety is among the hottest areas in gov tech, and JonPaul Augier had a big role in helping to modernize the largest fire department in the U.S. He offers lessons and a look ahead in an exit interview.
How do some agencies create apps residents like to use? The minds behind some of the highest-rated 311 apps share best practices and recommendations to improve performance and citizen experience.