Debate continues in Legislature over limits on facial recognition technology | Subscriber-Only Content

Lawmakers are expected to further debate how much to limit the use of facial recognition technology in Colorado after the House and Senate passed competing regulations on Friday. Senate Bill 113 would establish several regulations for the use of facial recognition by government and law enforcement agencies, as well as prohibiting technology in schools until … Read more

Air Company Uses State-of-the-Art Carbon Technology to Turn Air into Vodka

Ryan EppsTech Times 19 April 2022, 04:04 pm Putting an engaging and impactful mission at the forefront of its business, Air Company proposes among the aptest ways in combating climate change: vodka. More specifically, vodka is made primarily from the carbon dioxide-filled air around us, which has only skyrocketed in levels over the past several … Read more

Ballard bill’s goal: Help business parks Govt. & Politics

A bill passed this winter by the Virginia General Assembly focuses on building out infrastructure in the state’s business parks, hopefully increasing interest in Southwest Virginia’s developable land, said a first-term state House member from the New River Valley. Del. Jason Ballard, R-Giles, said his House Bill 405 allows electric utility providers to build out … Read more

Oklahoma House looks to cryptocurrency technology to address medical marijuana issues | Govt-and-politics

The state may borrow from cryptocurrency and similar technologies to build its own financial and information network outside of the usual systems – in part to both facilitate legal medical marijuana businesses and to combat illegal ones, members of the House of Representatives said Tuesday. “This is better than peanut butter,” said Rep. Justin Humphrey, … Read more

SENATE REVIEW: Infusing modern technology | Opinion

Having hit our deadline on March 3 for Senate committees to consider legislation filed in this chamber, we’re now completely focused on hearing and debating those bills that made it through the first legislative hurdle of the session. These included bills aimed at helping Oklahoma citizens enjoy a modernized system for tag agencies, improved investigation … Read more