City Council

Preview of City Council Work Session on Flood Management, City Hall, & Golf Course | Local News | #citycouncil

{KXLG – Watertown, SD} The Watertown City Council will hold a work session on Monday, June 10th, 2024, at 2:00 PM in the Community Room of the Police Department. The work session aims to discuss upcoming agenda items for the June 17th City Council meeting. Typically, work sessions are just discussions in nature, but the […]

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Mayor Bowser signs order outlining AI plan for DC government

Washington, D.C., Mayor Muriel Bowser signed an executive order Thursday that outlined how she plans to integrate artificial intelligence (AI) into local government agencies. “We are going to make sure DC is at the forefront of the work to use AI to deliver city services that are responsive, efficient, and proactive,” Bowser said in a […]

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Congress eyes new rules for tech, Alabama Senator part of one coalition | #republicans | #Alabama | #GOP

Most Democrats and Republicans agree that the federal government should better regulate the biggest technology companies, particularly social media platforms. But there is very little consensus on how it should be done. One second bill introduced last month by four senators — Democratic Senators Brian Schatz of Hawaii and Chris Murphy of Connecticut and Republican […]

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Viral nature of AirTag used as political pawn in lost luggage case | #alaska | #politics

Apple’s AirTag can precisely track lost items AirTag is a controversial tracking tool sold by Apple, and any related story can lead to an incredibly viral post. One political filmmaker has seemingly taken advantage of this phenomenon. Errol Webber is a filmmaker whose luggage was allegedly stolen from a United Airlines flight in Anchorage, Alaska. […]

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