Software Development

You can track where Pittsburgh’s air came from with this CREATE Lab app

Jun. 30, 2022 7:36 pm

You can track where Pittsburgh’s air came from with this CREATE Lab app

With programs such as Air Tracker and Smell PGH, the CMU lab aims to empower residents through robotics, education and community engagement.
How I Got Here: Joshua Funches networked his way to a software engineering apprenticeship at Accenture

Jun. 28, 2022 2:18 pm

How I Got Here: Joshua Funches networked his way to a software engineering apprenticeship at Accenture

Campus Philly interviewed the young technologist about his path into the industry, his work leading the National Youth Bike Council, and his advice for those pursuing a similar career path.
Audacy’s first CTO on the ‘ubiquitous’ nature of podcasts and new tech media

Jun. 23, 2022 2:41 pm

Audacy’s first CTO on the ‘ubiquitous’ nature of podcasts and new tech media

Sarah Foss and VP Kevin Greenwald discussed how the Philly company centers technology in its audio work.
This Maryland SaaS company is using tech to rethink the office

Jun. 23, 2022 10:54 am

This Maryland SaaS company is using tech to rethink the office

The Bethesda company thinks that office real estate is in the midst of a massive transformation in favor of digital assets.
‘Move fast and break things’ is over, but responsible innovation for AI has a long way to go

Jun. 21, 2022 12:00 pm

‘Move fast and break things’ is over, but responsible innovation for AI has a long way to go

Two artificial intelligence experts from CMU's Software Engineering Institute discussed challenges for ethical innovation in the field — including that AI engineers need to be more public about their failures.
Renée Cummings: Want your tech inclusive? Develop it collaboratively

Jun. 16, 2022 5:06 pm

Renée Cummings: Want your tech inclusive? Develop it collaboratively

In a keynote address at PART's Responsible Tech Summit, the data activist talked algorithms, DEI and artificial intelligence.
Healthcare in the metaverse? It might be closer than you think

Jun. 13, 2022 10:30 am

Healthcare in the metaverse? It might be closer than you think

An interactive look at how the health space — from education to therapeutic support — is evolving with virtual reality.
This microprocessor chip shaped computer history right from the Philly ‘burbs

Jun. 8, 2022 12:32 pm

This microprocessor chip shaped computer history right from the Philly ‘burbs

The region's Compuseum crew honor MOS Technology and its 6502 chip, which they say revolutionized personal computing.
It’s showtime for Ethereum as the merge approaches

Jun. 3, 2022 1:03 pm

It’s showtime for Ethereum as the merge approaches

Why one of the most popular cryptocurrencies is having a bit of a moment — with a deadline.
Art and technology collide in immersive ‘CHAOS Gallery,’ an ode to pandemic-era distress

Jun. 2, 2022 5:25 pm

Art and technology collide in immersive ‘CHAOS Gallery,’ an ode to pandemic-era distress

At Guilford Hall Brewery, two local artists are mixing their creative and technical acumen to help the community cope with the mental anguish COVID-19 wrought.