GeekWire May 24, 2024
Boaz Ashkenazy

As the interim CTO of the City of Seattle and leader of IT-related projects within the city’s departments, Jim Loter has deep insights into how municipal employees use emerging technology and the steps necessary to manage the risks associated with generative artificial intelligence.

Speaking on a new episode of the Shift AI Podcast, Loter mentioned a new learning initiative that will bring city employees together to explore this new technology.

“Our interest is learning more about what problems our clients internal to the city are trying to solve, and then help match them up to tools that we can both manage in a sustainable way, mitigate the risks, and also help them be productive,” he said.

One of Loter’s goals...

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