Google invests $1M in digital-skills training at Black universities

A $1 million program co-led by the Thurgood Marshall College Fund is designed to reach 20,000 students attending historically Black colleges and universities.

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

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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.

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Keeping the city government running even when no one's in the office has been a vindication, leaders of New York City's cybersecurity agency said.

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The new school, slated to open in fall 2021, is to prepare students for emerging jobs in technology-related fields.

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A new training program allows students to protect real networks used by the university, state agencies, cities and counties throughout Texas.

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The virtual spaces allow students to immerse themselves in their subjects and put their knowledge to practice while they remain off campus during the pandemic.

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The annual event is casting "a wide net" next month, encouraging challengers to take on issues like unemployment, health care, education and digital access.

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Cities including Austin, Texas; Detroit, and San Jose, California, are among the first members of new program that recruits research universities to solve community challenges.

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"The IT is very powerful," Army Cyber Command's top general said of the new headquarters for his command.

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The state's IT agency will cover entry fees for up to 25 schools interested in joining the U.S. Air Force's nationwide CyberPatriot competition.

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