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AI is struggling to adjust to 2020

August 3, 2020 0

Andrea Gagliano Contributor Andrea Gagliano is a Head of Data Science at Getty Images, where she focuses on computer vision and natural language processing. She

TradeDepot adds $10 million to add financial services to its supply chain services for African SMBs

July 14, 2020 0

Nigeria’s e-commerce startup TradeDepot, which connects international brands to small businesses in Africa, has raised $10 million in a new round of funding to expand

Legaltech startup Orbital Witness scores £3.3M to create a ‘universal risk rating’ for real estate

July 14, 2020 0

Orbital Witness, a U.K.-based legaltech startup developing “AI-powered” software to transform the £4 billion U.K. property due diligence market, has raised £3.3 million in seed

Clockwise CEO Matt Martin: How we closed an $18M Series B during a pandemic

June 21, 2020 0

Matt Martin Contributor Matt Martin is CEO and co-founder of Clockwise, a San Francisco-based software company. More posts by this contributor Recession-proof your software engineering

Could developing renewable energy micro-grids make Energicity Africa’s utility of the future?

June 20, 2020 0

When Nicole Poindexter left the energy efficiency focused startup, Opower a few months after the company’s public offering, she wasn’t sure what would come next.

DroneBase nabs $7.5 million in a slight down round to double down on its work in renewable energy

June 18, 2020 0

DroneBase, a Los Angeles-based provider of drone pilots for industrial services companies, has raised $7.5 million during the pandemic to double down on its work

No-code industrial robotics programming startup Wandelbots raises $30 million

June 16, 2020 0

Dresden, Germany-based Wandelbots – a startup dedicated to making it easier for non-programmers to ‘teach’ industrial robots how to do specific tasks – has raised

How to create the best at-home videoconferencing setup, for every budget

May 13, 2020 0

Your life probably involves a lot more videoconferencing now than it did a few weeks ago – even if it already did involve a lot.

Facebook to pay $52 million to content moderators suffering from PTSD

May 12, 2020 0

Facebook has agreed in principle to pay $52 million to compensate current and former content moderators who developed mental health issues on the job. The

Tech for good during COVID-19: Sky-high gifts, extra help, and chips

May 3, 2020 0

When Roger Lee, the co-founder of Human Interest, heard that San Francisco imposed shelter-in-place orders, he started blogging about layoff news and posting crowdsourced lists

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