The university said the gift from the R.B. Annis Educational Foundation “will advance the university’s strategy to address Indiana’s increasing demand for skilled engineers and STEM-related professions.”
It’s tough to say where DemandJump would be without Tyler Foxworthy, the 27-year-old Hoosier who is chief architect of the firm’s artificial intelligence software. He’s the brains behind the algorithms.
Several local companies and people presented at South by Southwest in Texas this week, sharing their Hoosier experiences and products with a variety of audiences at the world-renowned tech and arts confab.
The idea of connected products—whether a diesel engine or a washing machine—is proliferating across various industries. Indiana can become a leader in the space, according to ClearObject CEO John McDonald.
The Justice Department is preparing to announce charges against four defendants, including two Russian security services officers, in a data breach that affected at least a half-billion user accounts, according to a federal law enforcement official.