Residents on a Queens Village street are increasingly concerned about a streetlight they claim has not worked for months after repeated inquiries to city departments and Con Edison. Comments (3)
An audit of city group day care centers under the supervision of the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene found the organization failed to require water lead tests from the centers. Comments (2)
State Sen. Tony Avella (D-Bayside) stood with residents of Broadway-Flushing to protest an Airbnb listing which he has called a violation of city zoning laws on Friday. Comments (4)
New York City’s hospitals are facing a potential multibillion-dollar shortfall in the coming few years, according to a new report from the New York City Independent Budget Office.
Although Mayor Bill de Blasio’s administration has developed a “transformation plan” in concert with the New York City Health + Hospitals public system, it is uncertain that the proposals will stave off the projected deficit. The report called it the “steepest fiscal challenge” the hospital system had faced in memory. Comments (2)
It seems like the news is filled with more and more stories about automated customer service. Virtual assistants, apps that answer your questions, chatbots that designers swear act and sound like humans. There’s-a large premium being put on building artificial intelligence that can answer questions and mimic the experience of talking to a real person. Comments (3)