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Tech Makes Strides Towards Advancing Healthcare

Quality health care depends on innovation to push the limits of what science can achieve.  Artificial Intelligence (AI) is already being used to reduce child mortality, and 5G will unlock new ways to improve health outcomes, including enhanced telemedicine.  Plus, see how companies play key roles in keeping the planet green by using renewable energy to power the workplace.

What we're reading

How 5G Will Change the Game For Medical Practitioners | Cisco

Using AI to Advance the Health of People and Communities Around the World
| Microsoft

Powering HQ2 With 100% Renewable Energy
| Amazon

Keeping Forth on a 1.5 °C Path

In Anticipation of the Super Bowl, Dressember Partners With Lyft & BEST to Educate Drivers on Human Trafficking
| Dressember

Dozens of America's Leading Companies Join Forces to Form the "Civic Alliance" to Strengthen Nonpartisan Civic Participation
| PR Newswire

Food-Assistance Payments Can Be Used For Grocery Delivery in Seattle Area as Part of Expanding Test Program
| The Seattle Times

What we're watching

Amazon Donates $2 Million to STEM | Amazon

Cisco Collaboration With Nonprofit Partners
| Cisco

What we're saying

TechNet Hails USMCA Signing, Urges Administration and Congress to Keep Trade Momentum Going

TechNet in the news

Right-to-Repair Advocates Make Their Case in One Statehouse | E-Scrap News

Marco Rubio, Neil Dunn Get Bill Helping Veterans Move Into STEM Jobs Through Congress
| Florida Daily

2020 Executive Excellence Awards, Lifetime Achievement: Tom Alberg, Madrona Venture Group | Seattle Business Magazine

Congress Passes Bill to Spur Veterans’ Participation in STEM Fields
| Nextgov

Facebook to Pay $550 Million to Illinois Users to Settle Lawsuit
| Fox 32 Chicago

Transitions | Politico Morning Tech

Before you start your weekend

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