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, 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, we have George Yarbrough here to tell us about the launch of Impact Hub Honolulu. Then Stacy Clayton from Kamehameha Schools and Ian Kitajima from Oceanit are here to tell us about a new coding system for non-coders called “Altino“. Workshops are ongoing and you can find more information here.
We kick off the show with a couple of news guests. Matt Melloy from Blue Startups is here to tell us about the upcoming East Meets West event, just a couple of weeks away. Then Chalmer Lowe is here with an update on PyHawaii. Finally, after the break, we’ll spend some time with two of our favorite tech movers and shakers, Meli James and Ian Kitajima to close out 2015 and look into our collective digital crystal ball to see what’s in store for 2016.
Photo (l:r) Burt Lum, Matt Melloy, Chalmer Lowe, Meli James, Ian Kitajima, Ryan Ozawa
First look at the latest tech news and happenings in Hawaii and beyond. Then joining us today is Yuka Nagashima from the High Tech Development Corp to tell us about a new software developers networking event called Thirsty Third Thursday. Finally, we’ll find out about the challenges facing Hawaii’s dual-use companies and how a couple of companies are innovating around them. We are talking today with Pat Sullivan from Oceanit and Galen Ho from CBI Polymers.
First we’ll look at the latest tech news and happenings in Hawaii and beyond. Then we’ll hear from Michal Anne Rogondino about her new iPhone app called Shaky Planet. Finally, Vinod Veedu (aka Dr. V) from Oceanit and Keiki-Pua Dancil from the Hawaii Science & Technology Council will join us to talk about nanotechnology.