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ASU Enterprise Technology launches video series exploring future of tech, innovation

'Carpool Convos' takes ASU leaders, students for ride in driverless vehicles while discussing intersections of technology, learning


Two people stand next to the open doors of a white car.

Toby Vaughn Kidd and Amanda Federico of ASU's Learning Futures enter their fully autonomous ride to talk about the future of immersive technology and innovation at ASU. Photo by Mike Sanchez/Enterprise Technology

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August 10, 2023

What happens when you combine the minds of ambitious students, tech visionaries and cutting-edge autonomous vehicles? You get a unique platform for inspiring conversations about the future of tech-powered education.

Introducing "Carpool Convos," ASU Enterprise Technology's new video series in which Arizona State University leaders and students climb into the backseat of fully autonomous vehicles to discuss innovative, technology-enhanced teaching and learning.

While driving around ASU’s Tempe campus, guests share their thoughts on the intersections of technology and learning, creating a thought-provoking experience centered on modern technology.

The first season features: 

Tune into the first season here.

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