During a time of lockdowns, The Met Unframed invited online visitors to explore digital galleries and games that unlocked augmented reality (AR) versions of the Met’s artworks in the comfort of their own homes.
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CES 2021 Event
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The first computer coder, film director and GPS developer: all women. We put some of history’s most undervalued women back on the job market to spotlight continued gender bias in the workforce.
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Verizon Innovative Learning brings connectivity and tech to underserved schools. In Cleveland, we built the first 5G-powered classroom, with innovations like artificial intelligence, IoT kits, and VR.
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Did you know that some of the best pilots never leave the ground? That’s because here at Verizon, we pilot drones for a variety of jobs to improve the accuracy, efficiency and safety of our work. On today’s Up To Speed, we look at some of these use cases and where this leading edge technology is headed.
In February 2019, Verizon became the first U.S. telecom company to issue a green bond. The inaugural offering raised almost $1 billion in net proceeds which was fully allocated in 2020 for renewable energy, energy efficiency, green buildings, and biodiversity and conservation. In September 2020, Verizon issued its second green bond which was fully allocated in 2021 for renewable energy investments.