The startup model and network that makes these end-goals possible, is infamously characterized by a high level of competition, exploitation of workers and users, emphasis on profit at all costs and generally predatory business practices.
Several forces are driving this accelerating trend toward automation.
Once we set a package into motion, it will essentially guide itself to its final destination by way of a completely automated global distribution network.
Misty Robotics is developing functional robots for the home and workplace that can be programmed by non-coders in about 30 minutes.
The Techstars Sustainability Accelerator will bring in 10 teams of high-potential founders for several weeks over the summer, investing $120,000 into each startup and providing space and mentorship for the teams to create commercially viable businesses focused on fostering sustainability of food, water and tackling climate change.
You would think the ad ban would be bad for cryptocurrency companies that may still be considering legitimate ICOs, but it is not. Instead, it’s actually a good thing for the industry, and here’s why.
SpaceX, Elon Musk's company, proposes a 12,000-satellite constellation called Starlink. Google is an investor, and the FCC chairman supports the proposal. Starlink projects $30 billion in revenue from 40 million internet subscribers by 2025.
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?