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Realizing 2030: Dell PolicyHack in Arizona

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Beus Center for Law and Society

111 East Taylor Street

Room 544, Ak-Chin Indian Community Fifth Floor Conference Center

Phoenix, AZ 85004

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Dell Technologies is honored to present the first Dell PolicyHack™ in the state of Arizona. A Dell PolicyHack is an interactive hackathon where teams of students, policymakers, industry leaders, and academics will design solutions to the policy challenges that will arise because of emergency technologies, and then present to judges who decide which team has the most viable idea. The challenge questions will be based on “Realizing 2030,” research conducted by Dell Technologies and the Institute for the Future (IFTF), which explores the next era of human-machine partnerships.

The following public policy issue areas will be hacked:

  • Education
  • Workforce Readiness
  • Healthcare
  • Transportation
  • Sustainability

Dell Technologies is excited to announce that participating teams will be judged by:

  • David Guston, Director and Professor of the School for the Future of Innovation in Society at Arizona State University
  • Di Bowman, Associate Dean, Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at ASU
  • Scott Sudhalter, Regional Sales Director for Dell
  • Sasan Poureetezadi, Town of Gilbert CTO
  • Eugene Mejia, Town of Gilbert Deputy CTO

Additional judges to be announced.

To participate, please bring a laptop with Microsoft PowerPoint installed, and your power cord! Make sure you tag @DellInnovators and use #DellPolicyHack on your social media posts!

Food and drinks will be provided at the end of the pitches at a small reception.

For more information, visit https://policyhack.net/


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Phoenix, AZ 85004

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