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The Silicon Valley city has marked itself as a leader in AI with establishment of the GovAI Coalition and early adoption of guidelines — and CIO Khaled Tawfik says AI will likely change how leaders approach technology.
San Jose Mayor Matt Mahan made it clear during a speech that San Jose hopes to capitalize on the advantages and cutting-edge technologies being generated by artificial intelligence.
San Jose, Calif., has announced several steps to shape AI governance, including an open letter to stakeholders, a resource toolkit and an invitation to participate in its growing GovAI Coalition. A meeting is set for next Wednesday.
Artificial intelligence is having an impact across disciplines and campuses in Bay Area, where both students and professors are applying the technology and learning about its implications for their fields.
The request is raising a mountain of practical and legal questions from content moderation experts who contend that reining in the videos could be exceedingly difficult for companies to do effectively or ethically.
CIO Khaled Tawfik says the city is eyeing the possibility of one day using a generative AI that is specially tailored for city governments, and it is now looking to learn more before finalizing policies.
Bay Area tech officials shared their insights about the changes and challenges facing government IT shops caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. The need to engage with those they serve emerged as a common thread.
The newly announced Equity Through Data and Privacy Program in San Jose, Calif., will use government data and analytics to better serve residents through an equity-based, accountability-driven approach.
Tesla, AppLovin and a custodial service for the owner of the Facebook app disclosed plans for a combined total of 659 job cuts in the Bay Area, the WARN notices filed with the state Employment Development Department show.