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Remote work marked 'culmination' of NYC Cyber Command cloud initiatives

Due to early work to get the Big Apple's cybersecurity arm onto cloud infrastructure, the quick shift to remote work represented a vindication of sorts for NYC Cyber Command, its leaders said. When the city transitioned to remote work in early March, all of the agency's nearly 100 employees could resume work from their homes the next day. Ryan Johnston has the details.

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Universities told to prepare all students for AI-driven future

AI is increasingly used in all sectors and universities should prepare students to apply it to their future work. Betsy Foresman has more.

New York City graduates first class of pandemic 'Innovation Fellows'

A class of 14 technologists helped the city complete several initiatives, including broadband mapping and a dashboard to track hate crimes across the five boroughs. Ryan has more.

Researchers' experience with Apple offers peek at 'confusing' vulnerability award process

Five security researchers who found 55 vulnerabilities in Apple’s online services and assets received nearly $300,000 from the Silicon Valley giant last week – but it was a journey to get there. At first, the researchers were only paid a fraction of that, and the road to a larger payment — which appears to align more with typical Apple vulnerability research rewards — has been frustrating and confusing, according to one of the researchers involved. Shannon Vavra has more.

UT Austin unveils robotics lab with U.S. Army Futures Command

The new lab is to aid U.S. Army robotics development and build on a workforce partnership between the university and the military. Betsy has more.

What, exactly, is a U.S. CTO?

A look back at the relatively short history of the White House's chief technology officer role and accomplishments of the first four people to hold it. Tajha Chappellet-Lanier has the deep dive.

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