“Paul’s Place has been a project close to my heart for many years and now it’s fulfilling its entire potential,” says architect Maria Ogrydziak of the innovative fourstory building she designed to take people needing a home on a journey to stability.
Advancements in heart care tools and technology have made surgery less invasive, reducing pain, hospital stays and overall recovery time. These innovations have not only improved patient outcomes, but have also led to greater recognition of hospitals in the region as high-quality heart care centers.
Nasal and sinus problems can be tricky and costly to diagnose. Based on a hardware prototype developed at Stanford University, Scopi Medical aims to solve both problems with the first AI-enabled portable nasal endoscope for diagnosis at the point of care.
“I feel called to be a Jesuit educator. This is work I’ve wanted to be part of since I was in school and realized I wanted to be a teacher,” says Chris Alling, who became Jesuit High School of Sacramento’s president this past July.
PODCAST EPISODE: Fathom co-founder Eric Howard discusses generative AI tools, artistic value and how creatives can adapt to a changing industry.
The Sacramento County Department of Airports is an essential resource to connect our region to the world. With a planned expansion of SMF infrastructure and amenities, they’ll have travelers excited about more than just their destination.
Will generative AI replace journalists? Many of those in the business think so, if preventative measures are not taken. Others say it’s a tool for brainstorming and increased productivity.
If you could create an image of anything in the world, what would it be? The house you lived in when you were six? A design for a new wine label? An oil painting of your dog dressed as Napoleon? Generative artificial intelligence has made this a possibility.
They say you can’t have your cake and eat it too, but Oobli (formerly Joywell Foods), a Davis-based startup, has introduced a healthy, guilt-free way for consumers to satisfy their sweet tooth. Their new line of canned teas and dark chocolate bars uses sweet proteins instead of sugar or artificial sweeteners.
In Uganda, farmers clean maize in three traditional ways: hand sorting, winnowing and sieving. During an internship in eastern Uganda in 2018, Ismael Mayanja observed these processes and believed there had to be a better method.