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The two cities submitted the winning applications for the 2024 Mobility Insights Competition, organized by Lime and the League of American Bicyclists. The municipalities can now use Lime’s data to address mobility issues.
DC Compass, a new GenAI-based tool launched by the district in partnership with Esri, offers users answers to data-related questions. It is now available in a public beta version to improve its speed and accuracy.
As governments increasingly fold artificial intelligence into their hiring processes, the question emerges: Does AI increase or reduce bias? Some experts argue that, when implemented responsibly, it reduces bias and directs a focus on skills.
As part of a national recognition of career and technical education, representatives from FBLA and FCCLA visited the U.S. Capitol last month to meet with decision-makers and lobby for continued support.
An order signed by Washington, D.C., Mayor Muriel Bowser today takes three specific actions to advance the government’s adoption of artificial intelligence. The plan aims to align the technology with the District’s core values.
Addressing air quality in cities is a complex issue that requires balancing good policy and equitable outcomes. Finding the right technology and visualizing the data are essential components of success.
Career Ready DC, a new AI-matching technology platform from the DC Department of Employment Services and Eightfold AI, aims to help match residents with employment opportunities more efficiently and equitably.
Christopher Rodriguez is now acting CTO, according to an announcement by Mayor Muriel Bowser. He takes over from Michael Rupert, who was appointed to the role in April as a temporary replacement for Lindsey Parker.
New vehicles for Washington, D.C.’s K-12 schools, funded by the Environmental Protection Agency, are part of a larger initiative aimed at making the school district carbon-neutral and climate resilient by 2050.
The ninth annual ED Games Expo will occupy the Kennedy Center from Sept. 19-22, with ed-tech developers and representatives of public agencies talking to students and teachers about classroom tools and innovations.