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The state Legislature’s Select Committee on Blockchain, Financial Technology and Digital Innovation Technology is considering a bill on “unlawful dissemination of misleading synthetic media.”
A collaboration between the Wyoming Department of Education and the University of Wyoming has yielded a new Civics Ed Center, an online portal of statewide and national educational resources.
State legislators around the country are tackling the issue of regulating deepfakes, an enormous feat to take on as the law rushes to catch up with the growth of advanced artificial intelligence technology.
Wyoming Interim CIO TR Sheehan will move on from the position he has held twice, and CISO Aaron Roberts will add the CIO role to his duties, for now. Both men have been with the state for more than a decade.
TR Sheehan, a longtime Wyoming executive serving for a second time as interim CIO, is working to understand what citizens need from their government and providing them with technology-based solutions to do just that.
The only two school districts in Wyoming to receive EPA Clean School Bus grants returned the money after deciding electric charging devices couldn’t handle their region’s extreme temperatures.
Wyoming CIO Bill Vajda has stepped down from his position with Enterprise Technology Services. Vajda — the former CIO of Alaska — was appointed to the position by Gov. Mark Gordon just under a year ago.