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The University of Connecticut could become home to the first driverless-vehicle testing facility on the East Coast.

The Hartford Business Journal reports there is a proposal to transform UConn’s campus in Mansfield, and the abandoned Bergin Correctional Institution across the street, into an autonomous-vehicle testing facility. 

The paper reports a prospective investor has tentatively offered up to $20 million to build the test center. 

UConn officials say they aren’t backing the project yet, but will consider it. 

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Stony Brook University unveiled new computer servers this week that will help process information through artificial intelligence and imaging to create the next generation of technology.

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Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont signed a law to expedite the deployment of 5G wireless technology.

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The non-profit New Data Project has developed an app in an effort to have users remind their friends to vote in the midterm elections.

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Hartford is one of the 10 fastest growing small markets for tech talent this year, according to a report from CBRE, a commercial real estate firm.

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