October 13, 2015

    People from all walks of life came together for ASU's Hacks for Humanity – a "hackathon for the social good. This year, ideas ranged from apps that assist in calming car-crash victims to finding kidney donors to helping pedestrians better navigate cities.

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  • From ways to keep sun-bathed cars cool to new social media apps, Launch Days provides entrepreneurial students a chance to pitch their ideas for new inventions or ideas.

  • Ask people to picture what data looks like, and they might envision something like the opening sequence of "The Matrix," where boxy green code rains down a black background. ASU faculty have come up with a decidedly more human way to experience data shed.

  • Rabih Gholam is considered one of Hollywood's notable tastemakers, having created some of reality television's most memorable productions. But before he was making pop culture history as a television executive, Gholam was studying history at ASU.

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