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    1. Q&A: New Colorado CIO Sees Opportunities in Digital Government and Innovation

      Q&A: New Colorado CIO Sees Opportunities in Digital Government and Innovation

      In January, Colorado gained a new CIO and executive director for the state’s Governor’s Office of Information Technology: Theresa Szczurek, co-founder of Radish Systems, a software firm that develops “voice with visuals” self-service and other live-assistance communications platforms. Szczurek previously served as a management consultant.

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    2. Looks inside the high-tech take on the original Renaissance man at Denver's Museum of Nature & Science

      Looks inside the high-tech take on the original Renaissance man at Denver's Museum of Nature & Science

      Can’t make it to Paris this year? The "Mona Lisa" comes to you. In fact, several versions of the "Mona Lisa" — excavated in layers through modern technology — offer the same inscrutable half-smile in a suite of galleries at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science. “Leonardo da Vinci: 500 Years of Genius,” a sprawling collection of reproductions of his notebooks, artworks and machine inventions billed as the most comprehensive exhibition about Leonardo ever, runs through Aug. 25. The show was amassed in collaboration with the Museo Leonardo da Vinci in Rome and experts from Italy and France.

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    3. Uber adds rental service Getaround for Denver drivers

      Uber adds rental service Getaround for Denver drivers

      With the Uber app in Denver, you can reserve an electric bike, order food delivery, buy a bus ticket, get a ride; and now drivers have access to rideshare vehicles. Uber announced it’s expanding its partnership with car-sharing service Getaround to Denver, after launching the program in San Francisco in 2017. The partnership launched on Monday. Using the Uber app, drivers will be able to rent Getaround vehicles to drive for Uber, earning money without owning a car.

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    4. New internet startup launches Denver service

      New internet startup launches Denver service

      A new internet provider is setting up shop in Denver, promising high speeds, a simple setup and straightforward pricing. Starry, the internet startup born out of Aereo, the defunct New York TV company that was shut down by the Supreme Court in 2014, is launching in 18 cities this year, including Denver. It has been operating in New York City, Los Angeles and Boston since the company launched in January 2016.

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    5. How technology is reducing workers comp costs while improving workforce health | Westminsterwindow.com

      How technology is reducing workers comp costs while improving workforce health | Westminsterwindow.com

      Les Simpson, CEO of Wellness Tech Plus, Inc. is a wealth of knowledge about different available technology. His firm and the State of Colorado formed the Workers’ Compensation Pilot for Downtime Reduction. Self-insured cities, counties or companies stand to gain from the extra savings participating in the pilot project.

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    6. HomeAdvisor wants to sell you a home warranty after latest acquisition

      HomeAdvisor wants to sell you a home warranty after latest acquisition

      HomeAdvisor is getting into the home warranty business after acquiring a Texas startup that makes that experience easier and more on-demand. Angi Homeservices (Nasdaq: ANGI), the combined company made up of HomeAdvisor and Angie’s List, acquired Fixd Repair, executives said Friday morning. The Fixd app aims to be the Uber of home renovation services. It allows a homeowner to schedule, pay and actually watch a contractor’s car on a map approach a user’s home — a feature called “track my pro.”

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    7. Here’s what Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak said in Aurora about startups, AI, Facebook and Tesla – The Colorado Sun

      Here’s what Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak said in Aurora about startups, AI, Facebook and Tesla – The Colorado Sun

      hallenged acoustics inside Colorado’s newest conference center didn’t deter technology legend Steve Wozniak from passionately sharing why he distrusts artificial intelligence, ditched Facebook and wished Apple had moved a division to Colorado long ago. The Apple cofounder was in town Thursday to keynote a business event capping off another year for the city of Aurora, home to the new 1,501-room Gaylord Rockies Resort & Convention Center where the “Dawn of a New Aurora” event was held.

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    8. 2019 is the year of artificial intelligence for Arrow Electronics

      2019 is the year of artificial intelligence for Arrow Electronics

      It was about a decade ago when leadership at Arrow Electronics needed to make a critical decision that would carry the business into the future: Either continue selling components and grow the customer base, or be part of the design and future of where those parts were going. CEO Michael Long chose the latter and the investment in engineers is bearing fruit. Sales at the Centennial-based business are up 21 percent from two years ago and profit is up 33 percent.

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