A TALK Briefing | Sept. 14, 2020
TALK COVID-19 Updates
Would you like to sponsor an upcoming TALK event? Let's TALK. Find the archive of our COVID-19 TALK updates on the TALK page . Also, read us on Linked In, and Facebook at Technology Association of Louisville Kentucky plus Twitter @talklou! Stay safe and enjoy easing into Fall!
Upcoming Events

Learn About Artificial Intelligence & Digital Twins
Yes, it’s another virtual TALK event complete with networking NEXT Thursday!
DATE: Sept. 24th
Time: 4 PM ET
Cost: FREE
Location: Online in Zoom & Facebook Live
TOPIC: “AI & Digital Twins”
Speaker: Sunny Dronawat, Ph.D., Chief Technology Officer, Plutoshift

REGISTER NOW: In Eventbrite
Skill Up Course Being Offered by Louisville Central Community Center and U of L.

Part III, Artificial Intelligence: Sept. 15 and 17 at 5:30 pm, Free.
Presented By: U of L's Digital Center for Transformation and Louisville Central Community Center!

Webinar ID: 825 6259 7196
Webinar Passcode: 496870 
Vogt Awards Demo Day in October!

Join the Community Foundation for the 2020 Vogt Awards Demo Day!

October 15 • 4:00 - 5:30 p.m. Don't miss this opportunity to meet the 2020 Vogt Invention and Innovation Award winners when they present their companies and the progress they've made to the startup, investor, and business communities. FREE.

Established by Henry Vogt Heuser, Sr., the Vogt Fund and Awards were created to strengthen Louisville’s economic health by supporting innovative startups and inspiring entrepreneurship. This initiative plays a critical role in our community’s economic growth as a city that’s poised to be a break-out for startups: ensuring the support and success for new and future businesses.
STEAM for Youth -- TechGirlz Courses Continue From TALK
TALK has once again partnered with TechGirlz to offer virtual and free STEAM curricula for youth in our community and beyond. These virtual opportunities allow for dialogue, reaction, and discussion of careers, as well as core technology learning. We encourage you to put your middle school daughters in our courses to assist them in looking at what’s next in career pathways. Plus, it’s another way to students to engage with each other and our tech leaders in Louisville.