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After just more than 15 months in the role, the state’s technology leader will step down effective May 31. North Dakota Deputy CIO Greg Hoffman has been tapped to fill the role in an interim capacity.
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In an effort to use remaining ESSER funds, the North Dakota Department of Public Instruction is encouraging K-12 organizations that offer cybersecurity and artificial intelligence instruction to apply for grants.
The Bowman Police Department is cautioning residents to be alert to phone calls seeking money, which may be using voice cloning. Police Chief Charles Headley highlighted the potential use of artificial intelligence in these calls.
Starting this fall, incoming students will have to take a class in digital literacy, defined as the ability to use technology to find information, evaluate sources, create content and communicate with others effectively.
Kimberly Weis, a North Dakota native, talks about her plans for data management and artificial intelligence as she digs into her new job as the state’s permanent CDO. One of her most important lessons came via COVID-19.
Kimberly Weis previously handled data analytics for North Dakota Information Technology. Her background includes experience in epidemiology and helping to oversee public health in the state.
Kuldip Mohanty, who has been serving as the state’s CIO since February, is using his substantial private-sector experience to guide how NDIT serves its agency customers and constituents.
The state already leads the country with regards to unmanned aerial system testing, but one state lawmaker is advocating for more of the technology and a new state agency to oversee it safely.
UND researchers will work with others at Iowa State University, ComEd and the software firm Kevala to develop a software tool to protect distributed energy resources such as solar panels, wind turbines and EV chargers.