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Colorado counties’ halts on large solar energy projects are slowing progress toward state’s climate goals - The fast expansion of large-scale solar projects in recent years has prompted a wave of county governments in Colorado to enact moratoriums as locals express a range of
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Police drones responding to 911 calls in Colorado? “This really is the future of law enforcement.” - Even the Denver Police Department, which long has resisted drones, is now launching its own program and wants to eventually use them to respond to 911 calls across the
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Smartphones can now last 7 years. Here’s how to keep them working. - Every smartphone has an expiration date. That day arrives when the software updates stop coming and you start missing out on new apps and security protections. With most phones, this used to happen after about only three
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“Chelsea” asked for nude pictures. Then the sextortion began. - ‘Chelsea’ Asked for Nude Pictures. Then the Sextortion
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One Tech Tip: Protecting your car from the growing risk of keyless vehicle thefts - Keyless entry systems have enabled a surge in auto thefts carried out through so-called relay attacks. Experts say it's relatively easy for drivers to secure their cars. You can get a signal blocker to hold your keys when you get
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Colorado’s first-in-nation AI regulations are “a major shift,” experts say, as tech industry pushes back - The state's new law broadly targets the risk of discrimination when companies use AI, while requiring basic levels of
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White House pushes tech industry to shut down market for sexually abusive AI deepfakes - The victims — be they celebrities or children — have little recourse to stop the
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Education tech firm Guild lays off a quarter of its workforce - Denver-based Guild, an online worker training platform, offered a hard lesson to its employees on Wednesday, telling a quarter of them they would be let
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Election year politics roil the EV transition - The U.S. auto industry faces a triple threat on the road to cleaner cars and
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Will AI affect city operations? It already is - City leaders say the robots are already running parts of the city — mainly the boring
Colorado governor signs bill targeting airport impacts, but fight against noise and lead continues - The dispute over lead and noise has been most pronounced around Rocky Mountain and Centennial airports, which together have more than a half million annual landings and
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Now armed with AI, America’s adversaries will try to influence election, security officials warn - Top U.S. security officials say America’s foreign adversaries will again seek to influence the upcoming U.S.
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Forget ringing the button for the nurse. Patients now stay connected by wearing one - Hospitals are deploying technology to improve efficiency and address a decades-old nursing
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Many southern Colorado students don’t have access to computer science classes, one Pueblo JROTC leader is trying to change that - While half of all schools in the state do not offer any computer sciences, Major John Freeburg holds classes outside of school hours to help spark interest and fill high-paying cybersecurity
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Tesla’s Autopilot drove car into tree, killing Colorado man in fiery crash, lawsuit alleges - “Regardless of how drunk Hans was, (Tesla CEO Elon) Musk has claimed that this car can drive itself and is essentially better than a human. We were sold a false sense of
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With help from AI, Randy Travis got his voice back. Here’s how his first song post-stroke came to be - With artificial intelligence, country music star Randy Travis has his voice back. In 2013, the Travis was hospitalized with viral cardiomyopathy and later suffered a stroke. He now has aphasia, a condition that limits his ability to speak. It’s why his wife
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From AI to drone swarms, here’s some of what Air Force Academy Cadets will study in new Cyber Innovation Center - The building will help cadets learn the technology of the future, ‘because our adversaries are doing the same
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ChatGPT is transforming Colorado education, for better and worse. Experts say maybe that’s a good thing. - In this early Wild West era, decisions about ChatGPT’s usage in the classroom largely depend on who’s in front of the whiteboard and who’s in administrative
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Meta’s AI assistant is fun to use, but it can’t be trusted - Unlike other chatbots and image generators, Meta’s AI assistant is a free tool baked into apps that billions of people use every day, making it the most aggressive push yet from a big tech company to bring this flavor of artificial intelligence to the
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“To the Future”: Saudi Arabia spends big to become an AI superpower - ‘To the Future’: Saudi Arabia Spends Big to Become an AI
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Athletic director used AI to frame principal with racist remarks in fake audio clip, police say - Dazhon Darien faked the voice of Pikesville High School’s principal in response to conversations the men had about Darien’s poor work performance and whether his contract would be renewed, Baltimore County police
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As India votes, misinformation surges on social media: “The whole country is paying the price” - Claims circulating online in India recently have misstated details about casting a ballot, claimed without evidence that the election will be rigged, and called for violence against India’s
Colorado Senate kills bill barring rent-setting algorithms as Democrats spar over company’s role in amendment - A bill aimed at barring landlords from using algorithms to set rents died in the Colorado Senate on
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The Denver Post sues OpenAI and Microsoft, alleging tech giants illegally harvested copyrighted articles - "We can’t allow OpenAI and Microsoft to expand the Big Tech playbook of stealing our work to build their own businesses at our expense," said Frank Pine, executive editor of MediaNews Group and Tribune
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TikTok to crack down on content that promotes disordered eating and dangerous weight-loss habits - Weight-loss videos comprise a huge category on TikTok, with influencers extensively detailing and demonstrating how they slimmed
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FTC chief says tech advancements risk health care price fixing - Price fixing removes competition from the market and generally makes goods and services more
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States move to label deepfake political ads - New Hampshire is now one of at least 39 states considering measures that would add transparency to AI-generated deepfake ads or calls as political campaigns intensify ahead of the November presidential
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US banning TikTok? Your key questions answered - After years of attempts to ban the Chinese-owned app, including by former President Donald Trump, a measure to outlaw the popular video-sharing app has won congressional approval and is on its way to President Biden for his signature. The measure gives
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Colorado companies join coalition in methane-seeking space mission - Colorado has led the nation on regulating methane emissions and now companies in the state are major contributors to a new satellite expected to be an important tool in identifying and quantifying the emissions
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Time-saving tips for using your phone as a … telephone - Communicating by telephone has become more complicated in a world of robocalls and automated voice trees, but your phone may already have the tools to make talking to people (or not)
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A congressman wanted to understand AI. So he went back to a college classroom to learn - “AI is not good or bad,” said Pierson, Chris Pierson, CEO of the cybersecurity firm BlackCloak and who formerly worked in Washington for the Department of Homeland Security. “It’s how you use
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This artificially intelligent pin wants to free you from your phone - The novel design of the Ai Pin, which was made by the startup Humane, generated buzz when it was unveiled late last
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Ibotta mints more than 150 milllionaires on its first day of trading - Ibotta, the Denver-based digital marketing and consumer rebate platform, raised $577 million after demand for its shares outstripped expectations in its initial public
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Former Tesla executive considering Commerce City for new sodium-ion battery foundary - The Colorado Economic Development Commission approved $1,053,000 in state Strategic Fund incentives on Thursday to Project Eleven, the code name for a startup developing sodium-ion battery
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Justice Department preparing Ticketmaster antitrust lawsuit - The Justice Department may file an antitrust complaint as soon as next month aimed at forcing Live Nation Entertainment Inc. to spin off its Ticketmaster ticketing
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CU Boulder’s 76th annual Conference on World Affairs facilitates important discourse - Last week, the University of Colorado Boulder hosted the annual Conference on World Affairs. From April… The post CU Boulder’s 76th annual Conference on World Affairs facilitates important discourse appeared first on
Will artificial intelligence boost productivity? Companies sure hope so. - Wendy’s menu boards. Ben & Jerry’s grocery store freezers. Abercrombie & Fitch’s marketing. Many mainstays of the American customer experience are increasingly powered by artificial
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Teen girls confront an epidemic of deepfake nudes in schools - Blindsided last year by the sudden popularity of AI-powered chatbots such as ChatGPT, schools across the United States scurried to contain the text-generating bots in an effort to forestall student cheating. Now a more alarming AI image-generating phenomenon
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Has China lost its taste for the iPhone? - Evidence is mounting that, for many in China, the iPhone no longer holds the appeal it used
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The real battle for data privacy begins when you die - Should Facebook parent Meta Platforms Inc., as well as companies such as Alphabet Inc. and Apple Inc., have the power to decide what happens to our data after our
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