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State Awards Company $5 Million To Test Medicines With Artificial Intelligence

GATC West Virginia, a health tech hub, was awarded $5 million to hire new staff. The company uses artificial intelligence to test the efficacy of new medications.

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New Carpentry Apprenticeship For People In Recovery Kicks Off In Charleston

Nov. 13-20 is National Apprenticeship Week. An apprenticeship is a program that combines classroom training with on-the-job training while getting paid. West Virginia has slightly more than 5,000 apprentices in the state and ranks fifth in the nation for apprentices per capita. 

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Economic Development Secretary Carmichael Loses EDA Board Chairmanship 

A few weeks ago, with little fanfare, Gov. Jim Justice appointed his senior adviser Larry Pack as the Economic Development Authority Board Chairman. Carmichael said he has held both positions for the last three years.

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