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  • The push to raise $5.5 million
    Supporters of Mainframe Studios are making an ambitious push to raise $5.5 million in the next two years to pay for the completion of renovations in the building that houses affordable workspaces for artists and low-cost office space for nonprofit arts groups.
  • Making the leap to direct primary care
    In a typical primary care physician practice, it’s not uncommon for health insurance and other overhead expenses to swallow the majority of every dollar spent on care. An alternative practice model known as direct primary care, however, puts the majority spent in the practice back into patient care, says Dr. Jon Van Der Veer. 
  • A Closer Look: Amber Lynch

    Amber Lynch studied Spanish and anthropology as an undergraduate, majors that could be considered a leap from community planning. Lynch, though, would disagree.

  • How will technology and AI affect Iowa’s retail industry?
    A visit to a grocery store or big-box retailer can already seem like a futuristic endeavor, particularly for those who remember the days when fast-fingered clerks made mechanical cash registers hum as they swiftly keyed in the prices by hand. In many cases, customers can now skip any human interaction as they scan, bag and carry out their purchases. 

    How will technology and artificial intelligence drive further changes in the retail industry and its workforce? It’s a potentially messier prospect than a wet cleanup in Aisle 3, and one that will affect about 16 million U.S. workers who clock in at traditional retail jobs. 
    
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