Then, we are joined by Toni Marie Kaui, STEM Ambassador for CompuGirls Hawaii and Jill Tokuda from CyberHawaii. to talk about getting high school girls interested in STEM, computer science and cyber security. Registration deadline for the Spring Camp is Friday, Feb 12, 2021.
First up, if you’re interested or are curious about artificial intelligence and machine learning, the Aloha AI training is just for you. Here is a series of 3 one hour workshops.
- Workshop 1 – April 9, 1:00pm to 2:00pm. Introduction to Artificial Intelligence
- Workshop 2 – April 17, 9:30am to 10:30pm. Introduction to the Aloha AI Network
- Workshop 3 – April 24, 9:30am to 10:30pm . Dashboard Training
To request an invite: firstname.lastname@example.org
Then we have Bert Kimura from UH who joins us to talk about the online conference: Technology, Colleges and Community or TCC 2020.
Finally, we’re joined by Jodi Ito, Chief Information Security Officer from UH and Ryan Field, Chief Information Security Officer from American Savings Bank to talk about securing your workforce in this new reality of remote work and shelter in place. You can find security resources here: https://www.cyberhawaii.org/resources/
First up, we share a couple of upcoming events. A national SBIR conference to help you find funding for your idea sponsored by HTDC, and a workshop called “Envision, Strategize, Actualize 2017: An Action Plan for Tech-Based Workforce Development.” Then we learn about a new organization called CyberHawaii talking with Jennifer Sabas and Clyde Sonobe.