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Artificial Intelligence- A Sign of the Times

“There was tremendous interest on the part of Maryland’s municipal leaders to understand how Artificial Intelligence can be used to improve efficiencies and services, but at the same time, they wanted to know the major security risks involved in using AI in local government,” Carozza said.  “I would expect that many municipal leaders would be adopting AI policies to ensure the appropriate use of AI in local government.” The senator noted that while AI may have benefits, biased responses, complicated thinking, and deep fakes, all pose dangers to users. Sen. Mary Beth Carozza moderates AI workshop | News | oceancitytoday.com    

Senator Carozza Speaks at Broadband for Somerset Funding

Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development Secretary Jake Day has announced that the state of Maryland has awarded a grant of nearly $2 million to provide broadband access for the residents and businesses of Smith Island. Joined by state and Somerset County officials, as well as members of Smith Island United, Secretary Day announced the funding from the Office of Statewide Broadband’s Network Infrastructure Program to Verizon to bring high-speed internet to the island.   For the full story, click below: Smith Island to get high-speed internet in big broadband breakthrough (delmarvanow.com)

$2 million for Internet on Smith Island

Maryland State Senator Mary Beth Carozza (R) said it’s about time that Smith Island got access to those basic services so many people are now accustomed to. “The infrastructure is absolutely essential and we have to fight harder on the shore to make sure we receive our fair share. And today, Smith Island is receiving part of that fair share. And we’re going to keep advocating not only for Smith Island, but for the entire shore,” said Senator Carozza. For the full story, click below: $2 million announced for Smith Island high speed internet - 47abc (wmdt.com)

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Artificial Intelligence- A Sign of the Times

“There was tremendous interest on the part of Maryland’s municipal leaders to understand how Artificial Intelligence can be used to improve efficiencies and services, but at the same time, they wanted to know the major security risks involved in using AI in local government,” Carozza said.  “I would expect that many municipal leaders would be adopting AI policies to ensure the appropriate use of AI in local government.”

The senator noted that while AI may have benefits, biased responses, complicated thinking, and deep fakes, all pose dangers to users.

Sen. Mary Beth Carozza moderates AI workshop | News | oceancitytoday.com

 

 


Senator Carozza Speaks at Broadband for Somerset Funding

Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development Secretary Jake Day has announced that the state of Maryland has awarded a grant of nearly $2 million to provide broadband access for the residents and businesses of Smith Island. Joined by state and Somerset County officials, as well as members of Smith Island United, Secretary Day announced the funding from the Office of Statewide Broadband’s Network Infrastructure Program to Verizon to bring high-speed internet to the island.

 

For the full story, click below:

Smith Island to get high-speed internet in big broadband breakthrough (delmarvanow.com)


$2 million for Internet on Smith Island

Maryland State Senator Mary Beth Carozza (R) said it’s about time that Smith Island got access to those basic services so many people are now accustomed to. “The infrastructure is absolutely essential and we have to fight harder on the shore to make sure we receive our fair share. And today, Smith Island is receiving part of that fair share. And we’re going to keep advocating not only for Smith Island, but for the entire shore,” said Senator Carozza.

For the full story, click below:

$2 million announced for Smith Island high speed internet - 47abc (wmdt.com)


Mary Beth Carozza for State Senate