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ASU’s Learning Futures’ Collaboratory, powered by Verizon 5G, in Creativity Commons. Photo credit: Mike Sanchez, ASU
“We are in the most transformative technological moment since the early stages of the industrial revolution,” said ASU President Michael Crow during a welcome keynote at the 2022 Smart Region Summit last week.
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When crossing the street at Arizona State University’s campus, you may have noticed blue light poles placed along the sidewalks. While these poles primarily function as emergency call boxes for faculty and students, they also offer strategic…
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The holiday season is upon us – bringing with it an inbox full of party invites, well wishes, special deals and holiday discounts. And while the season is a time for joy and cheer, the flood of the inbox and hussle of the holidays presents a unique…
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UTO's 2021 Year in Review publication is here! Flip through snapshots, take a closer look at the year's big stories and more.
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Swapping data recipes, sharing the tools that help create ASU’s secret sauce and having fun — that’s what more than 800 ASU data enthusiasts registered to do at the 2021 ASU Data Conference on November 15-17.
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Written in partnership with ASU’s Smart City Cloud Innovation Center and the eThekwini Municipality.  The future of cities is becoming increasingly dependent on the use of data to make informed decisions regarding the planning, implementation and…
“At the root of cybersecurity is trust.” That powerful summary statement came from Hallie Schukai, an ASU senior majoring in computer science. Her insights — along with the ideas, trends and tips surfaced by fellow student panelists — were shared at…
Every year, three million residents over the age of 65 are treated in emergency rooms for injuries from falls, according to the CDC. This human impact, let alone the $50 billion health care cost that was recorded in 2015 (and which has only risen…
A recent report by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development revealed that more than half a million Americans nationwide experienced homelessness. And with over 10,000 people experiencing homelessness in Arizona, finding solutions to…
Broadband is on the national agenda as leaders aim to address the digital divide, deepened during the pandemic. Leading the narrative are topics of digital equity and inclusion as the federal government rolls out millions in grant funding to support…
Pictured above: The Town Hall featured ASU leaders Lev Gonick and Donna Kidwell, alongside Jim Steyer, Founder and CEO of Common Sense and co-chair of The Future of Tech Commission.Digital equity and innovation are on the national agenda, as leaders…
During last week’s UTO Town Hall, teams from across the organization showcased some of the remarkable work being accomplished in service of improving the experience of students, faculty and staff as they gear up for a new semester.Let’s take a look…
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