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WVXU: Adjusting to work in today's high-tech age of automation

David Adams, chief innovation officer at the University of Cincinnati, and Hazem Said, professor and director of UC’s School of Information Technology, appeared on WVXU’s “Cincinnati Edition” Wednesday to discuss how the university is helping bring students and businesses together to meet the needs of today’s high-tech workplace. Adams discussed UC’s 1819 Innovation Hub while Said spoke about the university’s Information Technology programs.

Adams and Said were joined by Rich Hill, leader of strategy and architecture for Merchant Solutions at FIS, as well as Mark Muro and Robert Maxim of the Brookings Institute. The program is part of WVXU’s ongoing series, “American Graduate: Getting to Work.”

Listen to an archive of the program here.

Featured image at top: Apprentices stand at workstations at the automation learning center at the Festo distribution facility, Wednesday, May 17, 2017 in Mason, Ohio. John Minchillo / AP