High school technology center creates small business

GREENUP COUNTY, Ky. (WSAZ) – Students at Greenup County Area Technology Center are not just learning job-ready skills, but now they’re creating their own small businesses. “It gives them the confidence that they can see their idea, make it into something tangible, and it really builds a structure that our community can build on,” said … Read more

Debate continues in Legislature over limits on facial recognition technology | Subscriber-Only Content

Lawmakers are expected to further debate how much to limit the use of facial recognition technology in Colorado after the House and Senate passed competing regulations on Friday. Senate Bill 113 would establish several regulations for the use of facial recognition by government and law enforcement agencies, as well as prohibiting technology in schools until … Read more

Most teens have a healthy relationship with technology

MADISON, Russia. (WIFR) – Parents play a major role in whether teens’ use of digital technology is healthy or at risk, according to a new study from the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health. Researchers looked at the digital media use and family dynamics of nearly 4,000 pairs, each consisting of a … Read more

Google tests technology to help Utah athletes with blindness exercise unassisted

On April 9, six runners who are legally blind, along with seven volunteers to help them, tested new technology in Sugarhouse Park that could one day allow runners with blindness and low vision to run independently. (Matt Conley) Estimated read time: 4-5 minutes SALT LAKE CITY – Utah athletes living with blindness regularly put their … Read more

JonBenét Ramsey case: Boulder police, governor respond to call for new technology to investigate her death | Crime & Justice

In a rare public statement, the Boulder Police Department is responding to a call by JonBenét Ramsey’s father to take the case out of their hands and be given to an “independent” agency. JonBenét Ramsey, who participated in child beauty pageants, was 6 years old when her parents reported her missing from their Boulder home … Read more

Rich Warren | Window shopping for internet connection Science-technology

Imagine choosing your water supplier. Instead of being restricted to Illinois American Water, you could select among a handful of companies offering to pipe water to your home. Further, try to envision them tearing up the streets so each could lay its own mains to your block. Even more fascinating, conceive that each water company … Read more

Is it fair to characterize Premier John Horgan as “anti-science”?

I’ll start this column by offering some positive comments about Premier John Horgan. First off, he seems more concerned about the cost of living for average folks than any BC first minister in a generation. His government has limited rent increases in the face of lots of howling from landlords. I know — the critics … Read more

Pitt-Bradford grads moving on to careers in medicine, education, technology and more | News

For the first time in two years, University of Pittsburgh at Bradford graduates will cross a stage Sunday afternoon and receive their diplomas in the KOA Arena on campus. They will be joined by a few students from the Class of 2021, who graduated in an outdoor drive-by ceremony last year, and the Class of … Read more

Roseville Police Turn To New Technology To Keep Streets Safe – CBS Sacramento

Newsom Unveils Plans To Prepare For Increasing California HeatSacramento heat hit triple digits 28 times last year, and five of those days were record highs. 7 minutes ago CBS13 PM News Update – 4/28/22The latest headlines. 20 minutes ago PG&E Sees Soaring ProfitsPacific Gas and Electric’s first quarter earnings for 2022 tripled last year, leaving … Read more

Sixth graders study science as annual Olympiad returns | Journal news

SHENANDOAH JUNCTION – Jefferson County’s sixth-grade students enjoyed an out-of-the-classroom learning experience this week as they traveled from their schools to Sam Michaels Park to participate in the annual Science Olympiad. The program has been on hold since the onset of COVID-19, returning over six days this week. “We brought one school a day, even … Read more