It’s been one year that Waymo launched its public, self-driving Waymo One vehicle service in metro Phoenix, the first company in the world to do so. Mountain View, California-based Waymo LLC marked the day by expanding its commercial ride-hailing service to more East Valley riders through a new iOS app launch.
Modular Mining CEO reflects on 40 years in the mining industry, seven AI predictions for 2020 from JDA Software, fintech startup Verdigris Holding launches program aimed at ‘unbanked’ individuals, University of Arizona is driving the local tech startup community like never before, PADT named as a Top Private Company by Arizona Corporate Excellence Awards, and more.
There’s a lot for which Southern Arizona is known. Ample sunshine, friendly communities, world-class education and training opportunities and an unbeatable quality of life, to name a few. Now, thanks to the hard work of entrepreneurs and innovators doing groundbreaking work right here, we can add another name to the list — emerging tech heavyweight.
Amol Ajgaonkar, chief architect of IoT at Insight Enterprises, discusses how IoT is finally gaining a real footing in both residential and commercial spaces that will have a noticeable impact on the way we live and do business.
Researchers within ASU’s Canine Science Collaboratory might have found a way to help shelter dogs get better adoption placements. The work aims to better understand what shelter dogs experience in order to improve the level of care they receive after adoption.
Insight Enterprises (NASDAQ: NSIT), the global provider of Insight Intelligent Technology Solutions™ for organizations of all sizes, announced it will centralize its two Tempe offices to a single first-class creative office space in Chandler, one of the most desirable submarkets for technology businesses in the Phoenix Metropolitan Area.
Learning communities like Galvanize offer a three-month-long immersive data science bootcamp that brings together instruction into machine learning, statistical analysis, natural language processing, and data visualization.
Scottsdale-based information technology services company Solugenix Corp. has made its first acquisition of a company that specializes in hiring skilled employees who work from home in rural communities.
The Arizona Technology Council, along with the Arizona Commerce Authority, celebrated the seventh annual Southern Arizona Tech + Business Expo on October 30th with over 80 exhibitors and 450+ attendees.
While the University of Arizona has long been a major economic engine for the Tucson area, it’s poised to help drive the local tech startup community like never before. That was evidenced by recent events like the Arizona Technology Council’s Southern Arizona Tech + Business Expo and the TenWest Impact Festival in mid-October.