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Getting Technical: A New Model for Better Patient Outcomes

July 18, 2019 - Some things that can't be taught in a classroom have a lot of influence over whether a nurse will be able to recognize when a patient is 'going downhill.' Dr. Susan Dresser, PhD, the Director of the Adult/Gero CNS Program at the OU HSC College of Nursing, presented her study at the July Data+Creativity meetup.

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Team facilitation panel wraps up Science of Team Science Annual Conference

May 23, 2019 - Sometimes they’re called facilitators, sometimes translators, sometimes directors or maybe even team players. This crucial role is starting to get attention in industry and academia.

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High-tech startup adds top research development talent/cognitive psychologist

May 9, 2019 - Over a 19-year career in academic research development and leadership, Dr. Alicia Knoedler has helped scientists, researchers, and creators grow and innovate at large research institutions, including the University of Oklahoma, Penn State University, and the University of Notre Dame. Now she is a key resource in the Oklahoma City technology ecosystem after joining high-tech startup Exaptive as the Director of Team Innovation.

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Climate Innovation Summit 2018: Mission Finance

November 6-8, 2018 - The Climate Innovation Summit in Dublin, Ireland was held this month. The huge event was orchestrated by EIT Climate-KIC. EIT Climate-KIC is a pan-European public-private partnership supported by the EIT (European Institute for Innovation and Technology).

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Big month for innovation scene in Oklahoma City

September 2018 - Two major events in Oklahoma City in September showcased the interest in developing regional leadership in innovation.

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"We cannot afford to not participate."

April 25, 2018 - “As an example of technology's impact, our judicial and economic systems increasingly rely on risk assessment algorithms that use proxy categories such zip code to predict a person’s trajectory—for example, whether or not they’re loan-worthy or at risk to commit a future crime,” Tayo Jolaosho, Exaptive software engineer, led a captivating discussion regarding the importance of ethnographic perspectives in tech. Tayo continued, “In consideration of this increasing reach, we have ethical responsibilities as data creatives to be better informed and more deliberate in our practice. We cannot assume that facts or numbers speak for themselves.”

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