The Pittsburgh Product Development and Management Association will host a panel discussion on the future of additive manufacturing.
Why Pittsburgh? "There is no city on the planet that is both a bulwark of a materials manufacturing economy and is on the cutting edge of AI at the same time."
The "Netflix for eyewear" company Warby Parker plans to open a brick-and-mortar store in East Liberty.
"Being in Pittsburgh gives us that much more validation and credibility because we are on the pulse of everything that's happening in the technology and engineering sectors."
In just over a month, hundreds of moms from around the world have signed up to join Moms Can Code.
The Entrepreneurship Hub will offer free and low-cost training programs, as well as a prototyping and design lab.
Global Wordsmiths flips the script on language interpretation with a focus on immigrants and refugees
"What we're trying to do is connect more people with language access.”
Marinus Analytics launched the first-ever facial recognition tool designed to locate victims of sex trafficking.
“We'd really like to make Pittsburgh not just an AI robotics development hub, but also a center where AI ethics and the responsible development of these technologies are also happening."
By adding a unique seven percent tax to the costs of major software, website or web-hosting projects, the Tech Tax all but asks businesses to move jobs and investment outside of the Commonwealth.