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On this edition of Bytemarks Caféwhat is the feasibility of hyrdogen powered cars? A panel will discuss how hydrogen is generated, how pumping stations distribute, and what it would take to get more hydrogen cars on the road.

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On this edition of Bytemarks Caféa discussion with one of the primary organizers of the 2019 Hawaii Annual Code Challenge. A preview of some of the challenge pitches, and tips on how to best form a team and how to build a prototype in three weeks.

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Today marks the end of an era in Japan. The very last phone paging service in the country stopped operating just after midnight.

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On this edition of Bytemarks Café, a discussion about the growing influence of artificial intelligence and its representation of humanity. As AI algorithms play a bigger role in decision making, how do qualities like ethics, compassion, and inclusion get programmed into the code?

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On this edition of Bytemarks Café, a talk about the gathering of thought leaders in Hawai‘i to discuss how to move the technology agenda. The event is called TechForce 2019, and its aim is to bring together leaders from key sectors to accelerate tech readiness in our islands. 6:30 PM on HPR-1

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On this edition of Bytemarks Café, a discussion about a novel new project that projects a 3D hologram from Hawaii to American Samoa. The project is called Holo Campus, and is the delivery of University of Hawai‘i lectures over the trans-Pacific fiber optic broadband network to the Pacific Islands. 6:30 PM on HPR-1

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On this edition of Bytemarks Café, a catch up on the civic tech scene, and a discussion about the 4th Hawai‘i Annual Code Challenge. A look at how the HACC has evolved to engage government departments along with citizens to tackle pressing problems. 6:30 PM on HPR-1

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On this edition of Bytemarks Café, a look at the impact of artificial intelligence and how students can get involved. A discussion with the team at Oceanit about how they've built a curriculum to help high school students learn about AI and get a jump on this exploding field.

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On this edition of Bytemarks Café, we learn about the stratospheric drone project called High Altitude Platform Service. We'll find out not only how this pilot is progressing, but how the community on Lānaʻi will benefit from this technological advancement. 6:30 PM on HPR-1.

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On this edition of Bytemarks Café, a revisit of how the State is progressing with their IT modernization projects. Burt invited the Chief Information Officer and Transform Hawaiʻi Government to share the IT strategic plan, and discuss the key initiatives to move the State forward. 6:30 PM on HPR-1.

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eSports is a billion dollar industry, and growing. Cities around the world are holding eSports tournaments, hoping to attract younger visitors and become major destinations for the industry. But what would it take for Hawaii to become a player in eSports?

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On this edition of Bytemarks Café, an update on the renovations of the Atherton YMCA to create a new innovation center. We'll find out how the University of Hawaiʻi envisions it to be a place to mentor entrepreneurs and incubate new startups.

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Today on Bytemarks Café, Burt will talk to Shaka Guide, a local startup that produces trips and guides around Hawaiʻi. Also, a discussion about out how they've grown to incorporate new technologies as well as expand to new markets, beyond Hawaiʻi. 6:30 PM on HPR-1.

Stem Works

Today on Bytemarks Café, Burt will find out what is planned for the upcoming annual statewide STEM Conference. He'll talk to the organizers of the special three-part hackathon for students featuring citizen science, coral hack, and the voyaging song challenge.

Oceanit

On this edition of Bytemarks Café, Burt will find out how a programmable car called Altino is used to introduce students to coding. With computer science becoming a standard in schools across Hawaiʻi, we'll learn how Altino makes the learning experience fun and engaging.

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Today on Bytemarks Café, Burt will catch up with Nalukai Academy, learn about their program and new partnership with Purple Prize. He will also talk to organizers about previous projects, how students were influenced by Nalukai, and how they see nurturing projects after the program.

Hawaii State Capitol

Today on Bytemarks Café, as we approach crossover in the legislative session there are several bills to keep an eye on. Burt will talk to Transform Hawaiʻi Government, and learn about bills to advance government data, establish a Chief Data Officer, and commit to an IT strategic plan.

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Today on Bytemarks Café, Burt will help dispel some of the fear factor around artificial intelligence and machine learning. He'll find out how one local company built a tool that gives high school students an easy way to train their computers for specific tasks. 

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Today on Bytemarks Café, Burt will catch up on the pilot project to establish unmanned aerial vehicle operations in Hawaiʻi. The interest in drones and UAVs continues to grow, for use in disaster recovery, crop surveys, and entertainment. He'll explore Hawaiʻi's drone future.

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On this edition of Bytemarks Café, a rebroadcast of the December 26th episode where Burt gets a chance to find out about one of Hawaiʻi's best kept secrets: the Pacific Telecom Council's annual conference. This conference not only brings together the international community of telecom and internet professionals, but it also is the place to learn about the latest tech trends.

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Today on Bytemarks Café, Burt gets a chance to find out about one of Hawaiʻi's best kept secrets: the Pacific Telecom Council's annual conference. This conference not only brings together the international community of telecom and internet professionals, but it also is the place to learn about the latest tech trends.

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Today on Bytemarks Café, it's that time once again to convene the annual roundtable to review some of the best tech available this holiday season! From little drones to big robots, Burt and friends will share their picks and ask the experts to help fill out your Santa list.

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Today on Bytemarks Café, Burt will find out about the application of blockchain technology in the agriculture industry. He'll talk to the organizers of the IEEE Blockchain for Agriculture Forum, and learn how blockchain can help address issues with food traceability, safety and counterfeits.

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On this show, Burt will discuss smart cities and find out what creates a smart city. He'll talk to Hawaiian Electric and find out their smart cities pilot, and how electronic sensors help better manage the smart grid. 

Casey Harlow

Today on Bytemarks Café, Burt will talk about how the Hawaiian language is finding more platforms to be shared around the world. He'll talk to the course curriculum developers about Duolingo, and how Hawaiian can now be learned there.

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Law School Screens Kavanaugh Hearing; Digital Divide; Hawaii's Wood Show

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Bridging the 'Digital Divide' is the subject of talks this week by a visiting professor. Richard Tedlow is a business historian, an endowed professor at Harvard Law School and for the last several years has been at Apple University.

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Today on Bytemarks Café, Burt will help to kick off National Cyber Security Awareness Month which starts in October.

Smart Yields

Smart Yields is a 3-year old local tech startup with the goal of helping farmers work smarter. They're using 21st Century sensors and apps to give farmers better insight on ideal harvest dates and plant health. With recent funding from a U.S. Department of Agriculture grant, Smart Yields is now trying to make it easier for local farmers to comply with food safety standards.  

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