Then, we are joined by Gary Kim and Joe Weinman from the Pacific Telecommunications Council give us their update on communication technology in the Pacific, the upcoming PTC conference and the global demands shaping the market.
First up, we have Jacqui Hoover from the Hawaii Island Economic Development Board, here to tell us about an upcoming event called The Telescopes, Windmills and the Military aside, Why are Native Hawaiians Really Protesting? happening on June 17, 2021.
Then, we are joined by Sylvia Mann from the Genomics Section of the Department of Health, Stacey Aldridge, Head Librarian at the Hawaii State Public Libraries, and Christina Higa, co-director of the Pacific Basic Telehealth Resource Center are here to tell us about a unique collaboration to offer telehealth services in the public libraries.
First up, we have Kate Poljakova Matayoshi from XLR8HI here to talk about an upcoming event called Bank on It. Then, we have Governor David Ige, State Chief Information Officer, Doug Murdock and HPU Computer Science Associate Professor Stewart Crawford here to talk about the upcoming 4th Hawaii Annual Code Challenge.
We’ve got a full schedule today. First, we hear from Mark Fukunaga about Servco’s new car sharing app HUI. Then Maya Rogers joins us to let us know about Blue Startups Cohort 10 Demo Day happening on July 20th. Then, we learn about the state of the art in biomed engineering from the Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society annual conference happening here next week. Organizers Dr. Aaron Ohta and Dr. Jim Weiland are here to fill us in.
- Servco’s Hydrogen Car – Toyota Mirai
- Allen Institute for Artificial Intelligence live Facebook broadcast on July 19
- Join us for the 11th Annual Geek Meet
First up we talk to Chenoa Farnsworth from Blue Startups about the open call for Cohort 10. Then we learn about the Maui Energy Conference from Frank De Rego from MEDB and Aki Marceau from the Elemental Excelerator. The Elemental Excelerator will be hosting a reverse pitch at the conference and streaming it live on March 15th at 10:30am HST from their Facebook page.
First up, we hear from Samantha Kemsey about the latest classes available from Computational Thinkers. Then we talk with William Smith, Onkar Nerurkar, and Cale Mechler about the launch earlier this month of Project Imua at the NASAÂ Whallops Flight Facility in Virginia.
First we’ll look at the latest tech news and happenings in Hawaii and beyond. Then joining us today is Mike King from Ikayzo to tell us about the Intro to Git class for Pacific New Media. Finally, we’ll talk to organizers, Alan Solidum and Ross Mukai and go behind the scenes at the Honolulu Mini Maker Faire.
- STEM Center of Excellence at Univ. of Hawaii West Oahu
- Washington Post Partnership
- The Plant DoctorÂ app
- Institute for Astronomy Open House
First we’ll look at the latest tech news and happenings in Hawaii and beyond. Then joining us is Susan Yamada from the Pacific Asian Center for Entrepreneurship to talk about the upcoming Startup Weekend University. Finally, we’ll learn about some energy savings tips and techniques from the organizers of the Kukui Cup. Both Philip Johnson and Robert Brewer from the Information and Computer Science Dept at UH join us share their finds.