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We sit down with Michael Simeone, the Director of Data Science and Analytics for the ASU Library, and discuss the opportunities available to students interested in working with data. Michael Simeone is in charge of Data Science Week, an event put on by the Library to encourage student interaction and engagement with information and technological resources.
We sit down with computer science senior, Stephen Lockhart, to discuss how he and his team hope to use robotics and computer programming to improve the lives of people with disabilities.
Technology is advancing every day, and with it a need for more powerful systems. As our needs and wants of the digital world expand, the ability for our systems to handle those requests must stay one step ahead. To do this, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) is working with universities to develop new computing technology.
Griffin Sandidge follows science and tech reporter Jessica Myers as she interviews associate professor Dan Bliss from the School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering about the future of transportation.
ASU senior business sustainability major Tad Crother and his team discusses the benefits of downloading their app Shlacker, which is designed to help students stay on top of their assignments. Tad, joined by his marketer and junior public service and public policy major, Brian Hunter and the developer and senior computer science major, Daniel Pilgrim, brings us the latest on what we can expect with the newest version of the app. Coming this fall, Shlacker will be available on iOS and Android.
ASU has recently joined several colleges as well as a number of different nations around the globe in the construction of the world's largest optical telescope.