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Companies push reskilling efforts to help workforce

One of the potential downsides that technology-enhanced manufacturing can bring is the elimination of jobs previously done by people.

Impossible Foods CEO says the meat industry will be obsolete in 15 years — ‘That’s our mission’

“This is why I think people are increasingly aware plant-based products are going to completely replace the animal-based products in the food world within the next 15 years. That’s our mission. That transformation is inevitable,”

It’s time for Wyoming Governor Gordon to stand up to his party’s far-right fringe

Wyoming needs common-sense governance to avoid derailing entirely during these unprecedented times. Though Gordon has shown an occasional willingness to pump the brakes, he has kept the train on track for crazy town.

As Western states move away from coal, Wyoming clings to it

Wyoming residents and businesses enjoy among the lowest rates for electricity because most of the state’s power comes from burning coal, but those cost dynamics are changing quickly, making coal a liability.

Ronald Reagan – The Importance of Stories

Telling a story, he made me understand, helps make your case in a way that no abstraction can: A story builds an emotional bond, and emotional bonds build trust.

Want a More Equitable Future? Empower Citizen Developers

By the end of this decade, we will have failed if the tech industry is the only beneficiary of tech intensity. Its purpose is the democratic ideal of opportunity for everyone.

Fake Beef in Cattle Country – How Montana Sees the Fake Meet Trend

In Montana, Idaho and Wyoming—whose appellation is the “Cowboy State”—what are the upshots and downsides of communing with fake beef?

What types of energy do Wyomingites support? A new survey finds out.

“It’s really important for state leaders and decision makers to understand what citizens want for the future, and this study provides exactly that information.”

Wyoming lawmakers advance autonomous vehicle legislation

Lawmakers advanced a bill Tuesday that, if adopted by the Legislature next year, would establish a regulatory framework for producers of self-driving cars and other autonomous vehicles to begin testing on Wyoming roadways.