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ASU’s “enterprise” model to drive Arizona’s new economy

  • Chamber Business News

From open spaces to open minds, Arizona has the “highest potential” of any state in the nation to successfully move into the new economy, said Arizona State University (ASU) president and innovation trailblazer Michael Crow. The university’s “enterprise” model will help lead the way. “The…

Infosys, ASU partner to enhance end-to-end learning using digital solution

  • ASU Now

Program to accelerate learning experiences for engineering graduate students November 9, 2020 Arizona State University and Infosys, a global leader in next-generation digital services and consulting, on Monday announced a strategic partnership to enhance the learning experience for engineering…

Semiconductor equipment maker leases 'substantial' lab space at ASU

  • Phoenix Business Journal

California-based semiconductor equipment maker Applied Materials is leasing “substantial” lab space at Arizona State University’s research building MacroTechnology Works in Tempe — a move university affiliates say is a win for both the company and students. Applied Materials has initially agreed…

Nancy Cooke on Human Systems and Engineering

  • Infosys Knowledge Institute

Addressing human factors in product and system design goes beyond basic functionality and convenience. Nancy Cooke explains how anticipating human behavior and motivation, as well as AI abilities and limitations, should be at the core of decision making behind city planning, product engineering,…

Hello From Arizona: Where Venture Dollars Are On The Rise

  • Crunchbase

Reporting on startups opening offices in Phoenix without crunching data on homegrown companies raising capital doesn’t do Arizona justice. Subscribe to the Crunchbase Daily While this is often the talking point–how Arizona’s tech and startup scene serves as a less expensive option for companies…