High School Students Share Innovative Ideas

A group of more than 60 high school students visited the AT&T Shannon Labs in New Jersey Friday to get a taste of “innovation speed dating.”
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A group of more than 60 high school students visited the AT&T Shannon Labs in New Jersey Friday to get a taste of “innovation speed dating.”

These students, all part of the Young Science Achievers Program, joined 1,200 researchers for a day and became “inventibles,” hero inventors who can use technology to make the world a better place. After a day of brainstorming and discussions with AT&T Labs staff, they pitched their best next-generation technology ideas around remote education, cars, personal assistance and collaboration.

Below is a brief video of the day's activities:

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