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Delaware daily roundup: Greentech digital glowups; AI versus dev jobs; New Biggs Museum website

Plus, walk-in, AI-driven mammograms at Walmart.

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Greentech companies get a digital glowup

Tapp Network is known in Wilmington for its digital work with nonprofits and other social impact organizations. Its new initiative aims to draw more greentech companies from all over the country after seeing an uptick of environmentally impactful clients.

➡️ Check out my report for details.

Is AI coming for dev jobs?

Chris Wink recently interviewed software developer and Delaware civic champion Tariq Hook about how AI is impacting the job. Tariq cofounded the tech education org Code Differently and currently works as a dev for the sportstech company HXInnovations.

“We’re 1.5, maybe 2 times, as fast as we were before,” Hook said.

➡️  Learn more in Chris’s column here.

News Incubator: What else to know today

• Civil rights leaders call for a more diverse Delaware Chancery Court after the retirement announcement of Vice Chancellor Sam Glasscock.  [Delaware Business Now]

• The Milford Walmart now offers walk-in, AI-driven mammograms through a new pilot. [Delaware Business Times]

• The Biggs Museum in Dover launched a new more navigable website.  [Delaware Public Media]

• Middletown High student Kayla Kosmalski, whose namesake, The Kayla Act, gave disabled people in Delaware financial rights, is the new Miss Delaware Teen USA. [DelawareOnline]

🗓️ On the Calendar

• Tuesday, May 14 — Delaware School Board Elections [Details here]

• Wednesday, May 22 —  Tech Forum’s AI in DE Event at Theatre N [Details here]

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