Jobs Catalyst program creates new model for developing diverse, homegrown tech talent

A coalition of local organizations have come together to form an innovative, first-of-its-kind approach to developing diverse, homegrown tech talent.

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St. Pete 2.0: Re-imagine the future with driverless cars

Jason Mathis: "The first time I heard about this new thing called email, I was sitting in an undergraduate class at the University of Utah. My professor had read about a new way to send mail but it seemed cumbersome, unreliable and unnecessary..."

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Affordable housing is a top interest for the new Pinellas market president for The Bank of Tampa

Owen LaFave, Pinellas County market president for The Bank of Tampa, fears that the county could face the same housing woes as Jackson Hole, Wyoming.

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Zappos: Tony Hsieh [How I Built This With Guy Raz]

Computer scientist Tony Hsieh made millions off the dot-com boom.

But he didn't make his mark until he built Zappos — a customer service company that "happens to sell shoes."

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Venus rising: Women’s Collective art studio, incubator opens this week

There’s strength in numbers, of course, which is a cornerstone reason for the existence of the St. Pete Women’s Collective. “When we collect our voices together,” says president and co-founder Ashley Sweet, “our perspective becomes more legitimate.”

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The Shuffle

Jeremy Metzger


The Hustle

Akeelah Kuraishi (Little Global Citizens)

You may have heard of a few of Akeelah Kuraishi's former employers. The mother of two worked for global titans like Myspace, Univision and Buzzfeed before she left the corporate advertising world to launch Little Global Citizens with her husband, Tim Minnick.

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Tampa Bay Wave

For over a decade, Tampa Bay Wave has been busting the myth that startups must leave Tampa Bay to grow.

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Mike & Beth Vivio
Corporate Fitness Works

Focus: USF

USF researchers may be first married couple in underwater NASA mission

A University of South Florida researcher will join NASA’s next mission to study what happens when a person lives underwater for an extended period of time.

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Inside Facebook's new robotics lab, where AI and machines friend one another [Wired]

The social network has a plan to merge the worlds of artificial intelligence and real-world machines, so that both may grow more powerful.

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