Hawaii tech events preview

A Sunday update with Hawaii News Now weekend anchor Annalisa Burgos, previewing a few upcoming tech events:

  • AIM-AHEAD Inclusive Innovation Symposium: Wednesday, August 10th from noon to 3 p.m. HST. This virtual symposium will showcase artificial intelligence (AI)/machine learning (ML) uses in health and include a listening session portion to better understand the needs of Hawai’i, Guam, American Samoa, and Pacific Islander communities.
  • UrbanPlan Scholars Presentation: Thursday, August 11th at 4:30 p.m. HST at the First Hawaiian Center. Student teams will present proposals for developing a six-acre site at UH West Oahu incorporating some combination of work-force rental housing, a dual-use office, greenhouse based farming, and renewable energy.
  • Laulima STEM Symposium: First-ever in-person event on Saturday, Aug. 20 in Kroc Center Hawaii in Kapolei. All local scientists, engineers, teachers, and researchers are invited to network and learn about Hawaii’s cool work in STEM. Unlike most conferences, the Laulima Symposium targets broad participation from the community. Guest speakers, activities, and dinner. You can also attend online.

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