Dalrada Technologies is excited to have partnered with Averett University to create and launch an app using the basis of a peer-to-peer platform to a university campus with a student population where over 80% of students are underprivileged and receiving state funding to receive their education. This is a partnership between private sector institution, educational institution, and the local community to drive educational outcomes. This pilot platform is the first of its kind, bringing students, business leaders and community members together to show gratitude and to foster community and aid in the mental health struggles many young adults face today. Another unique feature is the ability for student ownership of digital assets and personalized artificial intelligence. Giving students the ability to own all their own data and bring the metaverse to the college campus.
The app Fistbump is bringing a modern tech infrastructure to a rural area in the United States and Dalrada Technologies could not be more excited to be a part of it. The goal is to create an immersive experience where students in rural America can experience building and rolling out a modern application. A class centered around this technology has started to try and give students exposure as early in the process as possible.
“Partnering with Dalrada allows us to set the sustainability bar for colleges across the country and ensures that we are fostering an educational environment designed to propel our students into the digital future,” said Averett President Dr. Tiffany M. Franks.
“When I was in school a long time ago, there was no internet and now you are walking in here with your smartphone, a supercomputer in the palm of your hand. The internet has come very far from where it started and the Metaverse will further evolve it,” Averett’s Chief Entrepreneurship and Innovations officer John Vigouroux said.
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