With plans to create a pipeline of AI talent, Intel is teaming with the Arizona’s largest community college system to design an AI associate’s degree program—making it the first Intel-designed AI associate degree program in the nation.
The Arizona Technology Council’s June 2020 Tech Inclusion Forum featured Reuben Miller, Director in Intel Corporation’s director of Global Diversity, Inclusion and Social Impact. Moderated by Stefanie Causey, CxO Consultant at Savvy XaaS LLC, it was a fantastic discussion and well worth a listen.
The biggest learning from this pandemic is that every company must recognize that it is in the business of supply. Consumer experience is increasingly solely based on a supply chain experience. The responsibility of viable, robust and resilient business continuity planning is an absolutely pivotal task that merits an ongoing process guided by business measures and winning scenarios.
Now more than ever, we feel inspired to build solutions that bring about needed change, and we encourage our team, partners, and community to join in our efforts. We are committed to making the necessary changes in our own organization and greater community, and we will put these words into long-term action.
Intel is pledging $1 million in support of efforts to address social injustice and anti-racism across various nonprofits and community organizations. Together we will get through this. Together we will change the world and enrich the lives of EVERY person on Earth.
For most companies undergoing digital transformations, staying ahead of the competition means either recruiting new talent, upskilling existing talent, or discovering a hybrid sweet spot. Technology moves at lightning speed. If there’s one universal business maxim, it’s to ignore technology at your own peril.
June’s Preferred Business Partner, Pacific Office Automation, offers workflow solutions to help businesses thrive and makes office printing and IT easy.
TechTalk enews provides a monthly round-up of member updates, technological advancements, milestones and awards, industry news and featured content on the Council’s annual sponsors. Check out what’s happening in the Council’s May 2020 issue of TechTalk!
The Arizona Technology Council held a virtual matech presentation and discussion featuring Neil Lieberman, head of U.S. Marketing at Poppulo. the global leader in employee communication software that partners with many of the world’s biggest and most successful organizations. Moderated by MarTech Co-Chairs Sheila Kloefkorn, CEO of KEO Marketing, and Susanne Lake, CEO of Slake Consulting, it was a fantastic discussion and well worth a listen.
To demonstrate its commitment to the community, Cox has contributed nearly $11 million in cash and in-kind COVID-19 contributions to date in Phoenix and Southern Arizona.