ChatGPT can rapidly build solutions for network defense

A new report outlines how the generative AI tool can quickly build scripts to thwart attackers and identify security vulnerabilities, but stresses that secure and responsible use of the evolving technology is essential.

Housing authority looks to AI for voucher processing

Columbus wants to use an artificial intelligence-based solution to off-load routine tasks from staff and accelerate Housing Choice Voucher processing.

State AG floats ‘nation-leading’ crypto regulation

The legislation would protect investors and consumers by increasing transparency and eliminating conflicts of interest, according to New York Attorney General Letitia James.

NSF jumpstarts regional innovation with $20M awards

The National Science Foundation will fund research in six states to advance energy-water systems, biomanufacturing, health care, wildfire management and artificial intelligence.

Buyer beware: Avoid immature AI solutions

Given the sensitivity of the data state and local governments handle, procurement officers must educate themselves on the fundamentals of artificial intelligence and use caution when considering AI services.

AI exemplifies the 'free rider' problem – here's why that points to regulation

Some public officials and business leaders have called on tech companies to pause AI development to reduce overall risk and ensure benefits are widely distributed, but one expert says enforceable regulations may be necessary.

As Utah’s porn law kicks in, adult site blocks access in the state

Legislation requiring adult websites to verify users’ ages every time they visit took effect this week, an effort that advocacy groups said is flawed and ambiguous.

‘Cybersickness’ from VR headsets hits women more often

Researchers are exploring the causes and potential solutions to cybersickness, as it could have a negative impact when virtual reality starts playing a bigger part in job training or education in classrooms.

Conversational query: Kinetica builds ChatGPT front end to SQL database

A ChatGPT-based interface converts natural language questions into structured query language, allowing users to easily explore large, complex datasets.

AI pioneer Geoffrey Hinton says AI is a new form of intelligence unlike our own. Have we been getting it wrong this whole time?

While artificial intelligence outperforms humans in tasks requiring data processing and pattern recognition, people excel in common sense and logic. Two experts discuss the difference, good and bad, between humans adn

Smarter local airports via digital twins

Digital twins can help airport planners effectively manage future renovation projects, monitor daily operations and visualize future scenarios.

Two states get waivers for connected-vehicle tech

Intelligent transportation projects in Virginia and Utah can use cellular vehicle-to-infrastructure technology ahead of the FCC’s final adoption of C-V2X rules.

How One City Transformed Its Approach to Data

COMMENTARY | Carlsbad, California, had siloed data streams and didn’t effectively communicate between departments. It changed that and is using its smart city status to tackle today's biggest problems.

Smart city lab tests IoT network to protect pedestrians, cyclists

Integrating both cars and pedestrians into an internet-of-things ecosystem ensures vulnerable road users are seen and drivers are alerted to their presence.

AI-generated spam may soon be flooding your inbox – and it will be personalized to be especially persuasive

While generative AI tools help bad actors to fine-tune fraudulent messages, the tech can also be used to sharpen filters that block spam, an expert says.

ChatGPT’s other risk: Oversharing confidential data

As many as 6.5% of employees have pasted their organization’s data into ChatGPT, and 3.1% have copied and pasted sensitive data to the program, recent research showed.

New York City to weigh strict facial recognition ban

Legislation would bar the use of the technology in public places and in residential buildings and would be one of the strictest prohibitions in the United States.

Smart cameras ID bus lane violators

To increase bus speeds in Washington, D.C., Metrobuses will be outfitted with automated cameras to spot and help process infractions.

Robots are everywhere – improving how they communicate with people could advance human-robot collaboration

Rapid tech advancements could set humans and robots up for collaborative work in agriculture, medical care and other fields.

Don’t bet with ChatGPT – study shows language AIs often make irrational decisions

Generative AI models don't always make rational choices, experts say.

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