Tech

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With the economy opening and more tourists arriving in Hawaii, find out how contact tracing works. On this edition of Bytemarks Café, a discussion with the developers of Aloha Trace to see if technology can improve the process, and how the Apple/Google API works.

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Find out what it takes to get broadband connectivity to remote areas like Hana. On this edition of Bytemarks Café, a talk about fiber optics, finding the right route, and why after decades, getting connected is finally becoming a reality.

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Find out how using artificial intelligence can help gauge our economic recovery. On this edition of Bytemarks Café, learn how A.I. sensors can gather data on social distancing, and whether people are wearing a mask in high-trafficked retail outlets.

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Find out how a grassroots effort got started in Hawaii to help kids get connected to the Internet. On this edition of Bytemarks Café, learn how a project called WiFi on Wheels aims to use inactive school buses to bring Internet access to families without broadband.

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Learn how some companies are thriving during this period of COVID-19. On this edition of Bytemarks Café, find out what makes them more resilient than some of the other companies, and is there a message in their success?

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Find out what contact tracing is all about, and how it helps to flatten the curve. On this edition of Bytemarks Café, a discussion about the technology behind contact tracing, and how mobile devices can be sensors to determine proximity to COVID-19.

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Learn how local community members are helping to make personal protective equipment. On this edition of Bytemarks Café, find out how the maker community is firing up their 3D printers, and coming together to meet the demand to supply our health providers and first responders with PPE.

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Find out how teachers are keeping up with technology to best deliver online learning. On this edition of Bytemarks Café, explore the ways that the Hawaii Society of Technology in Education are sharing their knowledge through their virtual office hours.

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Find out about some best practices to securing your remote workforce. On this edition of Bytemarks Café, a discussion on ways to protect sensitive data, separate personal space from work space, and conduct secure videoconferences.

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Find out about distance learning, especially now with students sheltering at home. This edition of Bytemarks Café explores some of the best practices and delivery platforms to effectively replace the traditional classroom experience.

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In this new coronavirus era of humanity, find out what it takes to successfully work remotely. On this edition of Bytemarks Café, explore some of the tools, technology and best practices to telecommute, manage projects and distribute teams.

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Get caught up on the TRUE (Technology Readiness User Evaluation) Initiative, and how it translates to technology adoption. On this edition of Bytemarks Café, a discussion on how company leadership is driving job creation and high wage-earning capacity for Hawaiʻi workers.

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Learn about the opportunities in the field of data science and machine learning. On this edition of Bytemarks Café, a discussion about the collaboration between the University of Hawaiʻi, Chaminade and Stanford University to advance careers for women at the Women in Data Science Conference

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On this edition of Bytemarks Café, an update on Automatic Voter Registration. With the legislative session in full swing, Common Cause comes back on the show to discuss bills introduced this session that drive civic engagement, and why it's important.

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Learn about a novel technology that converts a smartphone to a sterilization tool. On this edition of Bytemarks Café, learn how a local company uses Far-UVC light and a smartphone to eliminate viruses and bacteria from contact surfaces.

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Learn how data centers and other key infrastructure help make the Internet work. On this edition of Bytemarks Café, a discussion about how facilities that house servers, routers and fiber optic cabling help to deliver the content and applications we love to our devices.

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On this edition of Bytemarks Café, find out about East Meets West -- one of Hawaiʻi's premier tech startup conferences. East Meets West brings investors and entrepreneurs from both sides of the Pacific, from Asia, Hawaiʻi and North America to network and build the tech ecosystem.

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On this edition of Bytemarks Café, a look at the TRUE (Technology Readiness User Evaluation) Initiative. Listen to a discussion about its key purposes by advancing economic development through industry diversity, supporting job creation, and high wage earning capacity for Hawaiʻi residents.

On this edition of Bytemarks Café, the first of a special two part edition of the show for this holiday season you won't want to miss. During Part 1, a look back at 2019, and take note of accomplishments in the innovation economy.  Then, a look at what gained traction to carry it forward into 2020. 

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On this edition of Bytemarks Café, learn how rural communities can leverage technology for self-sufficiency and self-determination. Find out how a community-run Internet service offering can turn a group of users into a community of engineers, and content and application producers.

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On this edition of Bytemarks Café, learn about the Institute for Electrical and Electronics Engineers, and how they support technology in Hawaii. The IEEE is the world's largest technical professional organization for the advancement of technology, and help to shape many of the standards we take for granted.

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On this edition of Bytemarks Café, a recap of the Hawaiʻi Annual Code Challenge, and find out which challenges were pitched and what prototypes won the recognition from the judges.

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On this edition of Bytemarks Café, a broadcast from Hilo to talk to the Internet Society, and participants at the 2019 Indigenous Connectivity Summit. The Summit aims to connect native rural communities to broadband internet and to enable the benefits of accessing online resources for everyone.

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On this edition of Bytemarks Café, a discussion about a data driven process to learn about the land called ʻĀina-Informatics. ʻIolani High School is leading the charge to develop place-based curricula for genome science centering on local biodiversity and bioethics.

Bytemarks Café: Waysine

Oct 30, 2019
City and County of Honolulu

On this edition of Bytemarks Café, a talk with a local company that developed digital signage that is gaining traction on the U.S. Mainland. The company is called Waysine, and we'll learn how they entered the market in Los Angeles before deploying to Honolulu.

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On this edition of Bytemarks Café, a look at an educational tool to help connect students with internships and job opportunities. Learn about the Education Bridge, which is like a match.com service to help students explore the business world, and prepare for a life after graduation.

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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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