“What is now proved was once only imagined." — William Blake
- UofL tests software for spinal cord injury
- MHS partners with HAI ROBOTICS
- SDF scene for student projects
- Truman's sells intellectual property
- Makerspace reopens in Jeffersonville
- UK opens simulation center for physical therapists
- Podcast: AI in Flyover Country
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- 2021 Future of Work Summit
- Around the Region
March 29, 2021
UofL tests software for spinal cord injury
UofL has received a $7.8M grant from the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke. The grant will allow UofL to collaborate with medical device manufacturer Medtronic to develop and test software applications specifically designed for spinal cord injury.
MHS partners with HAI ROBOTICS
MHS, a single-source provider of material handling automation and software solutions, has announced a partnership with HAI ROBOTICS to provide autonomous case-handling robotic systems for distribution and fulfillment facilities and courier, express, and parcel distribution centers.
SDF scene for student innovation projects
Sale of intellectual property
Jeffersonville Makerspace reopens
The Jeffersonville Township Public Library’s Makerspace has reopened after being shut down due to COVID just weeks after it opened. The Makerspace includes a 3D printer, a vinyl cutter, and a laser cutter. The three machines require patrons to complete a free one-hour training course before using.
Simulation center comes to UK
Why AI implementation in Flyover Country is getting noticed
What makes the middle of the country a good place to innovate when it comes to AI? Alan Berube, Senior Fellow and Deputy Director at Brookings Institution, joins our host Ben Reno-Weber to share his findings while working on the first AI strategy for an American city and why Flyover Country is perfectly primed to figure out how to apply new technologies.
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