- La Opinión: Estamos cerrando la brecha digital en Boyle Heigths July 27, 2021 - Tras el impacto negativo que covid-19 ha tenido entre la comunidad latina en Los Ángeles, la pandemia dejó al descubierto otro grave problema que perjudicará a los residentes y negocios… Read More
- KPBS: San Diegans Could Benefit From $5 Billion High-Speed Internet Proposal July 25, 2021 - There are two big reasons why millions of Californians don’t have high-quality internet — either they can’t afford it, or the infrastructure isn’t there to provide it. Read the full… Read More
- The New York Times: How Artificial Intelligence Is Fighting Wildfires July 21, 2021 - Good morning. In 2003, Dr. Ilkay Altintas, a computer scientist with the University of California, San Diego, had her first wildfire encounter. She had been in Santa Barbara for a workshop and… Read More
- Pensions & Investments: Tech startup helps quantify climate risk of assets July 16, 2021 - A team of economists and climate scientists have launched a San Diego-based technology startup company that allows asset managers, banks, insurance companies and financial regulators to calculate, assess and manage… Read More
- ABA Journal: How one law firm plans to embrace remote work—even after reopening its offices July 15, 2021 - As Klinedinst Chief Operating Officer Susan Nahama walked through the halls of the law firm’s San Diego headquarters on a Wednesday afternoon in late May, she passed by a sea… Read More
- California News Times: In California, many still lack broadband access July 14, 2021 - As federal authorities discuss spending billions of dollars on broadband access, the data shows that many California schoolchildren and adults who worked and studied at home, especially in the state’s… Read More
- Security: San Diego Police use security tech to monitor U.S. Open July 14, 2021 - San Diego Police Department (SDPD) enhanced its situational awareness during the 121st U.S. Open golf tournament, enabling police officers and incident commanders to monitor live video and access mission critical… Read More
- Nextgov: Marine Corps Meets THOR, Verizon’s Futuristic 5G-Enabled Response Vehicle June 29, 2021 - This week, the Marine Corps and Verizon deployed the latter’s new, next-generation communication and disaster response prototype—a Tactical Humanitarian Operations Response vehicle, or THOR—at their joint 5G ‘living lab’ on… Read More
- San Diego Union-Tribune: San Diego has more remote-friendly jobs than nearly all other startup cities, report finds June 28, 2021 - San Diego employers are more likely to allow remote work than companies in other California cities — and nearly the rest of the nation — according to a new analysis… Read More
- San Diego Union-Tribune: California Physicians Weigh In On Telemedicine June 22, 2021 - While clinician burnout following the COVID-19 pandemic has been widely documented, a recent survey of independent physicians across California, conducted by Altais, in partnership with California Medical Association and Brown & Toland Physicians, indicates that, in California, the… Read More
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