CVG airport embraces the future of tech | Big data talent | AI in Ann Arbor

CINCINNATI—Even in the midst of COVID-19-induced restrictions, Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG) has been deploying technology designed to improve the customer experience and reduce costs. From IoT in the restrooms to robotic arms and mobile drive units that transport packages to autonomous floor cleaning robots, CVG is embracing the future. You can also read about some of the strategic innovation going on at CVG in this interview Cincinnati Future did with Brian Cobb, CVG’s chief information officer.

DAYTON, OH—With a $576,000 grant from the National Science Foundation, Sinclair College will build a data degree pathway for high school students. The project allows Sinclair to engage with high school juniors and seniors throughout the Dayton region and provide them with the opportunity to earn credentials quickly and pave a path to ‘Big Data’ careers.

ANN ARBOR, MI—California-based KLA, which develops equipment and services for the manufacturing of semiconductors, announced the official opening of its second headquarters in Ann Arbor. This will be home to the company’s AI Center of Excellence, where machine learning applications help advance semiconductor manufacturing. The $200 million facility has a locally based leadership team and more than 300 employees.