The business community and residents will surely move the proverbial needle in Colorado: By advocating for grassroots change, local communities can showcase crypto’s unique value proposition and demand that mainstream regulators and corporations take notice.
Mark Phillips, founder of Boulder-based educational technology recruiting firm HireEducation, has launched GigEd, an online platform that matches "ed tech" firms with educators looking for part-time gigs.
Many believe the future of work will be unbundled. It will be as easy for a software engineer to find a new project as it is for an Uber driver to find a new rider.
By connecting patients with their own providers who can assess and treat them quickly and effectively, health-care providers that offer telemedicine services are diverting patients from emergency rooms and urgent care facilities.
AI is like every other machine. Given enough repetitions, AI will always fail. Or will it?
When local governments understand the public benefits of working collaboratively with infrastructure providers, deployment is swift and the outcome is a more connected, safer community.
In lieu of B2C portals like Kayak and Expedia, Hotel Engine's B2B booking platform offers a "pathway to lower rates."
"People are finding that trips are shorter and the ride feels straighter and higher quality," Stock says.
While Colorado is big enough to have critical mass in cybersecurity, the market is small enough to foster a close-knit, supportive community.
History teaches us to beware of investment gains too good to be true, while investors pile money into the next big investment - cryptocurrencies.
This newly styled 2018 Honda Odyssey – the 5th generation of the venerable minivan, originally launched in 1974 – is a marvel in spite of lacking AWD.
Countless businesses are already feeling the first waves of disruption as industry veterans are hoping to navigate the turbulent waters ahead. As always, it is much easier to visualize what goes away than what comes next.