Uof I found its place in the Innovation Den
The Innovation Collective thinks big about their vision for the future, and it’s no secret that the University of Idaho plays a big role. The group converted an abandoned 34,000 square-foot building into a high-tech business incubator in downtown Coeur d’Alene, and the University of Idaho Computer Science (CS) department was one of the first tenants. The U of I CS faculty and staff occupy a 4,500 square-foot unit in the Innovation Den, teaching CS students how to apply artificial intelligence and robotics to the world’s toughest problems. The Idaho Technology Council hosted a Technology and Innovation Summit in the Innovation Den that brought together employers of all sizes and entrepreneurs of all ages.