Briefs: Full Sail’s HoF; Concepta & AI; A new biotech podcast

Full Sail University on Sunday announced the recipients of five $10,000 scholarships related to its esports program.

The announcement, which was made during an alumni vs. students esports tournament, helped the Winter Park school kick off its Hall of Fame week.

This week, Full Sail University will honor six alumni, including two from recording arts, and one each from computer animation, game development, web design and film.

The 14th annual event will include guest lectures, panels, workshops, career networking events, a technology expo, live musical performances, interactive creative challenges, gaming tournaments and more.

Visit the school’s website for more information.

Concepta to pour $10 million into AI fields

Orlando-based Concepta Technologies will invest $10 million into the development of technology that focuses on fields like generative AI, quantum computing and cloud infrastructure.

The goal is to advance research and development in Central Florida.

The Machine Advancement and General Intelligence Center, or MAGIC, is a virtual R&D center and incubator.

The 20-year-old company has worked in the past with Disney, Red Lobstr and Truist Bank, among others.

Concepta MAGIC will bring together business leaders and researchers to tackle real-world AI implementation.

Kismet to launch biotech podcast

Another week, another podcast launch.

Kismet Technologies has launched a monthly podcast that promises to introduce you to the world of disinfection and antimicrobial technologies.

Cofounders Christina Drake and Shari Dingle Constantini will host.

You can find more information along with the podcast AT THS LINK.