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Node raises $6 million to help businesses without AI expertise launch projects
Node has raised an additional $6 million to grow its AI-as-a-service platform for businesses without much technical expertise.
Skale Network to launch cryptocurrency tokens that withstand regulatory scrutiny
Skale Network wants to encourage wide adoption of its blockchain-based technology and is taking steps to ensure its tokens pass regulatory scrutiny.
What we got right (and wrong) about crypto in 2019
From the nonexistent bitcoin ETF to ethereum's shaky upgrades, we gave ourselves a passing grade. However, on Libra and decentralized social media, we could've done better.
Google takes AMP to the OpenJS Foundation
AMP, Google’s somewhat controversial project for speeding up the mobile web, has always been open-source, but it also always felt like a Google project first. Today, however, Google announced that the
The 11 best startups from Y Combinator’s S19 Demo Day 1
tY Combinator, the genesis for many of the companies that have shaped Silicon Valley including Airbnb, PagerDuty and Stripe, has minted another 200 some graduates. Half of those companies made their
Pre-fab homes are coming to a city backyard near you
This may be the only way many young American adults will be able to live in cities.
Google's in-development Fuchsia operating system has been slowly taking shape over the past three years. It appears to be designed for both mobile and desktop devices, with a real-time kernel and a
The Infatuation raises $30M from Jeffrey Katzenberg’s WndrCo to bring Zagat into the digital age
WndrCo, the consumer tech investment and holding company founded by longtime Hollywood executive Jeffrey Katzenberg, has invested $30 million in The Infatuation, a restaurant discovery platform.
As Chip Design Costs Skyrocket, 3nm Process Node Is in Jeopardy
The cost of building new chips keeps rising every node -- so much so that by 3nm, there might be precious few companies that can afford new chips at all. The post As Chip Design Costs Skyrocket, 3nm
Pay what you want to learn Java, HTML, CSS, PHP, React and more!
Isn't it time you learn to code? Whether it's HTML, Java, CSS, or something else, you should be sharpening your tools or learning new stuff. How would you like to have some $1,400 worth of training
On Take Our Kids to Work Day, Founders Reflect on What Their Parents Taught Them About Entrepreneurship
For some founders, every day was an opportunity to learn and gather insight on how they would run their companies.
Node snags two top AI researchers to advance AI-fueled search tool
Node, an AI-driven search tool designed to surface the information that matters most to you, announced today that it was bringing on a couple of AI research heavy hitters. It also announced $5 million
Why Young Entrepreneurs Are Attracted to Co-Living Spaces
Young entrepreneurs want to live in spaces that closely resemble their co-working offices—and companies such as WeLive, Node and OpenDoor are offering just that.
Learn to code and pay what you want with the Learn to Code 2018 Bundle
It’s been said that everything in life requires some sacrifice, but there’s an extent to the idea: after all, you don’t want to give up your entire life’s savings or gamble away all you’ve worked for
Google wants to make it easy for carriers to have interoperable RCS messaging
Last week Sprint and Rogers announced that users sending messages between the two carriers will be able to make use of RCS. RCS, of course, is the new standard to replace SMS that Google committed to