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If you've ever wondered what the "Internet of Things" means, you'll want to listen to this month's Dialogue. We'll discuss connected devices in the home, and zoom out to look at how industrial uses of IOT devices are being integrated into Knoxville's infrastructure to help build the beginnings of a "Smart City."

The technology being put in place promises to help ease traffic woes, make traveling around town safer, and could even help bring autonomous vehicles to local roadways.

Wednesday, April 11 at noon on 91.9FM WUOT.

Nikki Giovanni talks to Todd Steed about her latest book and her upcoming visit to Knoxville.

University of Tennessee

A new program at the University of Tennessee brings undergraduate engineering students together with private industry to teach them how business works, and to foster innovative solutions.

We’ll hear about their work with LocalMotors and what the future of the program may bring as we talk to Mary Brow, the director of the Integrated Business and Engineering Program.

John Schaefer was in town for the Big Ears Festival.  He sat down with Todd Steed to talk about the festival and the future of new music and radio. 

We've talked about health disparities before. Those are differences in treatment or outcome, and different groups (age, ethnicity, income) have different disparities. In this edition of HealthConnections, a primer on the unique experiences of LGBTQ people and their medical providers.

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