We talk to the state’s new artificial intelligence task force chair about the potential ways government could use AI. Then, we hear from the director of the Wisconsin Resource Center for Charter Schools about a new $58 million federal grant for charter schools.
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How Wisconsin legislators hope to address AI in new task force
As a new bipartisan task force on artificial intelligence prepares to hold its first public hearing, we speak with the task force chair about the opportunities and challenges of AI in Wisconsin.
Wisconsin getting $58M to fund charter schools
Wisconsin is getting $58 million from the federal government to create and expand charter schools around the state. We talk with the director of the Wisconsin Resource Center for Charter Schools about what role charter schools play in the education system and how the funding can be used.
- Kate Archer Kent Host
- Mackenzie Krumme Producer
- Joe Tarr Producer
- Lee Rayburn Technical Director
- Rep. Nate Gustafson Guest
- Sarah Hackett Guest
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