Monthly Archives: April 2019

Students being tapped for automotive cybersecurity field

Today’s cars and trucks are loaded with technology, enabling drivers to touch screens for music, navigation, and communication, and helping ensure their safety on the road. With all these features come hundreds of millions of lines of code to make 21st century vehicles run. They also make vehicles moving targets for hackers. The annual SAE CyberAuto Challenge hopes to counter security ...

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Moving the Michigan mobility needle

During MICHauto’s 2019 Annual Meeting on Tuesday, March 29 at the Detroit Athletic Club, The Detroit News’ Daniel Howes moderated a discussion on industry collaboration between New Economy Initiative’s Pamela Lewis, Magna International’s Jim Tobin, and Ford X’s Kristin Welch. “I have the unique experience of working on the technology and OEM side,” said Welch in discussing the intersection between ...

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5 takeaways from Model D’s ReImagining Equitable Development event

Model D wrapped up our series on Equitable Development this past Saturday with a special event at Marygrove College called ReImagining Equitable Development. The day featured a mix of discussion and activities aimed at sparking productive dialogue about development and building skills related to getting better community benefits outcomes for local residents and stakeholders.   John Goldstein, founder of the ...

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Claressa Shields, Boxing Champion On Flint, Food, And Being The Greatest – Detroit News Watch

(CNN) — She is just 24, but Claressa Shields isn’t afraid to describe herself as the “greatest woman of all time.” Bold perhaps, but there’s plenty of supporting evidence behind the braggadocio of Shields, whose nickname is “T-Rex.” In April, she became the world’s undisputed middleweight champion after defeating Germany’s Christina Hammer in Atlantic City. She is just 24, but ...

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