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At 6.71 terabits per second, the internet speed will be 30,000 times faster than the average U.S. household. SC23 needs it for its annual supercomputing convention, which has built a lasting impression on the city.
The world’s hunger for molybdenum keeps the Climax mine running 24/7 — even after more than a century of extraction
UCHealth is using artificial intelligence to prevent deaths from sepsis. But it turns out human intelligence in using the tools is a lot more important.
Xcel Energy is investing in high-res cameras that talk to algorithms trained to identify wisps of smoke long before they erupt into wildfire
The state’s share of the 10-year, $1.2 trillion federal infrastructure act has mostly gone to water resources and scientific innovation
Before Colorado was named a quantum Tech Hub, an ecosystem existed with roots dating back to the 1950s. Now, a push to commercialize quantum.
There’s a growing number of unemployed Coloradans but officials say the rate is similar to the pre-pandemic era. Plus: The cable industry returns to Denver but really the industry never left.
The designation comes with federal funding, bragging rights as the next big tech ecosystem, and local excitement to make the state the Silicon Valley of quantum technology.
Industry leaders converged in Denver for the cable technology event. But most didn’t travel too far since many are based in Colorado.