Delaware daily roundup: AI in DE; Fearless Fund lawsuits; Delaware Tech doesn’t raise tuition

Plus, The Corporate Transparency Act conundrum.


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4 ways Delaware uses AI

Tech Forum’s second annual AI in DE event was another success. We learned more about the ways government, enterprise and education use AI, from cybersecurity to helping kids code multi-player video games.

➡️ Read my report here.

How you work will determine who will work

Chris Wink takes on DEI in this week’s column, specifically looking at the Fearless Fund lawsuits. He ponders whether using non-racial metrics can achieve the same results, and how workplaces that offer things like remote work may draw more diverse employees.

➡️ Read Chris’s column here.

News Incubator: What else to know today

• As college tuitions rise, Delaware Tech’s stays the same. [Town Square Delaware]

• Opera Delaware’s Pop-Up Opera is getting national attention. [Delaware Public Media]

• The Corporate Transparency Act conundrum. [Delaware Business Times]

• Will Delaware see the planets align? [Yahoo]

🗓️ On the Calendar

• June 3-8 — Wilmington Greek Festival [Details here]

• July 18-21 — Rehoboth Beach Pride [Details here]

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