The city of San Antonio will spend $30.8 million to install solar panels on 42 city-owned sites starting this spring, with most of the panels placed on rooftops or arranged to create parking canopies.
The San Antonio-based drone maker, Darkhive Inc., has tripled its workforce and is planning to move into a new 10,000-square-foot facility in the Lone Star neighborhood south of downtown.
The rise of artificial intelligence brings tools that help cyber criminals clean up language, opening new doors for hackers to break into networks through emails that trick recipients into sharing personal info.
Raimondo stressed that the federal government needs local digital inclusion practitioners to help it bridge the digital divide, making a trip to San Antonio specifically for the event.
Like most schools, the University of Texas at San Antonio has yet to clearly define how students can use AI chatbots that can answer essay prompts and math problems, but professors hope the strategy isn't a simple ban.
Local leaders have frequently tossed out a new nickname for San Antonio — Cyber City USA — and Gov. Greg Abbott recently got on board, calling San Antonio the "cybersecurity capital of the state of Texas."