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Amid the opportunities and threats posed by the rapid advancement in technology, the Cayman Compass Issues section this month looks at how the Cayman Islands could create a smart island at the forefront of that change and the steps we would need to take for that to happen.
Virtual Sonics Inc., a TechCayman-sponsored start-up is ramping up efforts to promote its 3D spatial audio technology as it looks to further develop the software from its Cayman base.
Participants in the Acts of Random Kindness Mentor Educate and Reinforce programme found their spark for science as they participated in a robotics flash camp this weekend.
For the past six months, 14 students from a range of backgrounds have been gathering on Sunday afternoons at The Grand Pavilion for the 345 Robotics Club.
For all Grand Cayman’s explosive growth over the past few decades, the Sister Islands have remained relatively unchanged. Whether that is desirable is an open question, as the Compass’ fascinating overview of Cayman Brac, published last Friday, clearly shows.
The new venture Tech City Cayman Islands Ltd. has promised to create hundreds of Caymanian tech-related jobs in exchange for infrastructure investments, fast-tracked permitting and licensing processes, and other concessions from government, according to a contract signed by the two parties last August, but kept from the public until a partially redacted version was obtained by the Cayman Compass on Monday.
Today is a good news day in the Cayman Islands because it foreshadows the dawn of a new industry based on innovation and digital exploration.
Thursday was touted as a red-letter day for Cayman’s technology sector with the launching of TechCayman, a business platform that aims to attract software developers and other entrepreneurs to the territory, and to provide Caymanians with the tools they need to start their own companies.