During this special Spring pledge drive edition, we kick things off with Roy Gal and Ashley Chontos from the Institute for Astronomy, here to tell us about exoplanet Kepler 1658b and the next IfA Open House. Then after a short pledge break we talk with Brandon Lester from SRC Technologies about the upcoming US Cyber Challenge and Cyber Quest.
First up, Mike Tomita from Education Incubator tells us about a Sharing and Circular Economy Workshop. Then, we talk with Lilia Merrin and Alec Wagner about progressing through the Purple Prize. Lilia tells us about her Purple Prize experience and her early stage prototype called ʻĀinaFinda.
First up, Reynold Hioki, the State’s Cybersecurity Coordinator is here to tell us about the Girls Go CyberStart program. Then, we talk with Dr. Se-Young Jung founder of Altino, Terry Holck, Nanakuli-Waianae complex Technology Specialist and Ian Kitajima from Oceanit, about Altino, the programable car and how it is helping students learn to code. If you are interested in Altino training at your school, contact Ian Kitajima.
First up, Jane Sawyer from the Small Business Administration – Hawaii Office joins us with an update on the 2019 cohort for “SBA Emerging Leaders” Initiative. Then, David Clarke from Nalukai Foundation and Jenna Takata, senior at Kauai High School join us to talk about Nalukai Academy and the 2019 program. Applications are open.
First up, we cover the blessing of HTDC‘s Entrepreneurs Sandbox. Then Daniel Cordial from Leeward Community College joins us with an update on the Information & Computer Science Career Fair. Last but not least, Christine Sakuda from Transform Hawaii Government, joins us to talk about several bills including the IT Strategic Plan and the Chief Data Officer currently moving through the legislature.
First up, Aki Marceau from Elemental Excelerator joins us with an update on the next cohort application window. Then, Mark Kimura from Oceanit and Terry Crews from Gabriel Cares, join us to talk about a novel application of artificial intelligence and machine learning.
First up, Meli James joins us with to update on the annual Hawaii Venture Capital Association Gala awards banquet. Then, Corie Tanida, independent consultant and Melia Marguleas, senior from Punahou, join us to tell us about Hawaii’s Automatic Voter Registration initiative. Legislative bills to follow: HB1217 and SB412.
First up, Melanie Kim, Marketing Manager at PRP joins us with the announcement of the civic engagement app KĀKOU available on both Apple and Android. Then, Omar Sultan brought a couple of the companies currently going thought the XLR8UH cohort 6 program. We talk to Alberto González Martínez, founder of Rendezview and Tom Knapp-Ramos, founder of Swipewrap.
First, we hear from Omar Sultan from Sultan Ventures who joins us to tell us about the XLR8HI Open House. Then, we hear from Ben Trevino and Stephanie Chang about a user-centric, community collaboration project called the HART Sustainability Mobility Lab or SuMo Lab.Download MP3 | Subscribe in iTunes