What happens after an election, after the vitriol and deep discontent that characterized this one, how to chart a way forward is a key question. Our panel of psychologists will consider how Americans can come together after an election that drove us apart - if healing can happen at all.
We’ll delve into the world of eSports and fantasy football. We’ve invited two startups going through the Blue Startup accelerator program to find out how they plan to make money and how big is the business opportunity.
November is Epilepsy Awareness Month and most people may not realize that this is the fourth most common neurologic problem and can be scary if anyone has ever witnessed someone having a seizure. We’ll be talking with a panel of experts about the common misperceptions about epilepsy and also reviewing the facts.
We’ll explore the intersection of culture, technology and the hackathon. What happens when you immerse the participants in the cultural experience of Aloha ʻĀina and how does this influence technology?
Some think he has the race all sewn up. And while Honolulu Mayor Kirk Caldwell hopes that's true, whoever is declared Mayor on Nov 8 will still have to face the issues voters want fixed. This afternoon on Town Square an open line to Kirk Caldwell.
Some are predicting that the next wave of automation will fundamentally change the nature of work by drastically reducing the need for humans. In this series we'll explore the implications of automation over the next 15 years here in Hawaii.
Burt and Ryan explore how new technology can support the tourism industry. From virtual reality to facial-recognition, what tools are the Hawaiʻi Tourism Authority tapping to reach tomorrow's travelers?
Women are often the last ones in a family to take care of their own health needs. Today on The Body Show, a talk with Dr. Aya Sultan from Honu Women’s Health about the importance of vaginal health, timely gynecologic care, and the latest in keeping women's bodies healthy at any age.