The new Executive Order on Responsible AI issued by California Governor Newsom represents an important step forward in strengthening California’s global competitive edge, noted SVLG CEO Ahmad Thomas today.
SAN JOSÉ, CA (October 29, 2021) — California Governor Gavin Newsom today spoke to the Administration’s bold plans to shore up the Golden State’s innovation economy and create greater shared economic value for all Californians at the 2021 Annual Forum, presented by Amazon. While touting the state’s historic investments of more than $100 billion in recovery and rebuilding efforts, Governor Newsom also emphasized the essential role of public-private partnerships in addressing statewide challenging ranging from homelessness to COVID-19 pandemic response, from clean water access to expanded access to technology equipment and internet access.
As student mental health and trauma support gain added attention and funds, for this next school year, the big question remains: How long will the funding last to support this moment?
The Silicon Valley Leadership Group places a premium on water supply reliability and infrastructure modernization. It’s crucial for our members and communities to have enough clean water to meet their economic, environmental and public health needs.
It’s Tuesday, May 4th and here is the latest installment of 5 Things You Need to Know About COVID-19 from SVLG’s Director of Health & Housing Policy, Kat Wortham.
Today is April 22nd, 2021 and there’s a lot on the Covid update slate this week. Supply, variants, herd immunity, Facebook’s local vaccine distribution, and the one shot vaccine pause. Here are the top 5 things you need to know.
“The light at the end of the tunnel.” This is a phrase I have used at least once a day over the past year. Now, as I sit at my dining room table to work for the 382nd day in a row, it’s looking like that light is finally here. Governor Gavin Newsom announced yesterday …
On March 16th, 2020 life as we knew it in the Bay Area came to a screeching halt. The first of what would be many stay-at-home orders was given to residents and businesses in six Bay Area counties and the City of Berkeley. Then, on March 19th, 2020, the State of California became the first …
Sacramento, CA – The Trump administration says it’s terminating a federal agreement with California’s high-speed rail project and taking away nearly $1 billion in funding. Read Governor Newsom’s statement on the administration’s decision to deobligate funding for high-speed rail. “The Trump Administration’s action is illegal and a direct assault on California, our green infrastructure, and …
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