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Sector Highlights


artificial intelligence and machine learning companies now call NYC home, up from 566 in 2016, a 72% increase.

Over $9 billion in funding has been invested in New York AI companies, and 13 percent of the country’s AI workforce is located here.

Education & Skills

Tech Year NYC

A pilot initiative launched by Tech:NYC, in partnership with the Mayor’s Office of Youth Employment and Girls Who Code, expands on previous internship programs to offer up to 1,000 paid work and mentorship opportunities to NYC youth interested in pursuing careers in technology.


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July 2022


A ten-year initiative to bring computer science education to every NYC public school — reaching 1.1 million students — by 2025, with an emphasis on students who identify as girls, Black, and Latinx.
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July 2022

Break Through Tech

A homegrown initiative from Cornell Tech propelling more women and underrepresented communities into technology degrees and careers. Current programs offer academic and industry experience in computing and AI.
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July 2022

Cyber NYC

A $100 million public-private investment supports a new cybersecurity master’s degree at CUNY’s City College, an accelerated training program operated by Fullstack Academy to provide cyber skills training to New Yorkers with no previous experience, and other talent initiatives.

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Notable News & Press

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NYC’s Tech Sector Thrives During  the Pandemic, But Will It Stick Around During the Recovery?

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Wall Street Journal

Tech Jobs Lead the Way in New York City’s COVID-19 Pandemic Hiring

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Crain’s New York

Why the Tech Boom Could Only Have Happened in NYC