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Aug 6, 2020

Peggy talks about how STEM (science, technology, education, and math) education has stagnated—and the lack of women in STEM. She says we need to think about what we can do for women in STEM.

She also discusses:

  • The amount of women who are college educated—and how many account for employment in science and...


Aug 6, 2020

Peggy and Peter Adriaens, professor of environmental engineering, finance and entrepreneurship, University of Michigan, talk about sustainability in the digital age. He says there are three components of sustainability: environmental, social, and financial—and the latter two are often not considered.

They also...


Aug 6, 2020

Peggy and Yaniv Iarovici, Western Digital, talk about the IoT (Internet of Things) and how it is an ecosystem of ecosystems. He says data is quickly becoming the new currency.

They also discuss:

  • A rise in autonomous technologies—and what we can expect to see first.
  • The focus on endpoints and the edge, and how we need...


Jul 30, 2020

Traffic congestion is a problem in so many cities. Peggy talks about urban air mobility—and what is coming in the years ahead.

She also discusses:

  • The amount of hours and money lost on productivity due to traffic.
  • NASA’s goal with urban air mobility and what it is planning to do by 2022 with it.
  • What could...


Jul 30, 2020

Peggy and Matthew Reeder, operations manager (rail systems and automation), Calibre, talk about automating a railway. He shares hurdles, lessons learned, and how technology can be applied around the world.

They also discuss:

  • If it is cost prohibitive to do intelligent infrastructure.
  • The benefits of intelligent...