First up, Jodi Ito from Univ of Hawaii’s ITS Dept is here to tell us about the upcoming GenCyber CampfireÂ happening on Jan 3, 2018. Then we talk about the agriculture industry and upcoming agriculture hackathon called the AGathon, kicking off on Jan 6, 2018. Brian Miyamoto, Exec Director of the Hawaii Farm Bureau joins us for the interview.
Month: December 2017
Episode 486: 2017 Gadget Roundup – Dec 20, 2017
First up, Robbie Melton from HTDC is here to tell us about the upcoming Holiday Tech Fair. Then we do our annual gadget roundup with our favorite gadget geeks Ricky Li,Â Brian Dote and Paul Lawler.
- Lenovo Jedi Challenges
- Roku Streaming stickÂ (itâ€™s 30 bucks!)
- AR Teddy bear sadly the Amazon page has better info on the bear than anyone else.
- Apple Air Pods
- Bluewave Wireless headphone amplifier (think airpods without the airpods)
- Ancheer folding electric bike
- DJI Spark
Episode 485: Hawaii Biotech – Dec 13, 2017
First up, Matt Motoki is here to tell us about a new local Machine Learning meetup group. Then we hear about the latest developments from Elliot Parks of Hawaii Biotech and Axel Lehrer from UH John A. Burns School of Medicine and their quest to find a vaccine for the Ebola virus.
Episode 484: Computational Thinkers & Project Lead the Way – Dec 6, 2017
We’ll kick off the news segment with a reminder forÂ CSforAll Night at Pearl City High School. Then Samantha Kimsey from Computational Thinkers tells us about the Winter Break Camp. Finally, we’ll talk with Eleanor Hampson, Director of School Engagement, Calli Mason, Director of Grants Management at Project Lead the Way. Also joining us on the line is Sarah Milianta, 7th Grade teacher from Ilima Intermediate School.