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1 change that can fix the VC funding crisis for women founders

Claire Diaz-Ortiz Contributor Share on Twitter Claire Diaz-Ortiz is a venture capitalist and author of nine diaries that have been translated into 11 lingos. Her next journal is on gals founders and funders. An early employee at Twitter, Wired formerly announced her “The Woman Who Got the Pope on Twitter.” More berths by this donor […]

20 years later, unchecked data collection is part of 9/11’s legacy

John Ackerly Contributor Share on Twitter John Ackerly is co-founder and CEO of Virtru Corporation. Previously, he was an investor at Lindsay Goldberg LLC, acted as a engineering programme adviser at the White House and was the Policy and Strategic Planning director at the U.S. Department of Commerce. Almost every American adult recollects, in unforgettable […]


Quill Robinson Contributor Share on Twitter Quill Robinson is the American Conservation Coalition‘s vice president of government things. President Joe Biden has pledged to cut U.S. greenhouse gas emissions in half by 2030. He intends to meet this ambitious target through a gesticulate of brand-new federal spending and government programs. But our best hope for […]

3 strategies to make adopting new HR tech easier for hiring managers

Neil Morelli Contributor Share on Twitter Neil Morelli, Ph.D, is the chief industrial-organizational psychologist at Codility, a pre-hire assessment platform for software engineering talent. He has devoted more than 10 times in technology-enabled talent acquisition, facilitating Fortune 500 and venture-backed tech companies form efficient and all-inclusive hiring rehearsals. Recruiting for technical capacities is likely to […]

Ransomware: A market problem deserves a market solution

Gary M. Shiffman Contributor Share on Twitter Gary M. Shiffman, Ph.D ., is the author of “The Economics of Violence: How Behavioral Discipline Can Alter our View of Crime, Insurgency, and Terrorism“. He coachs economic science and national defence at Georgetown University and is founder and CEO of Giant Oak. More poles by this sponsor […]

The past, present and future of IoT in physical security

Martin Gren Contributor Share on Twitter Co-founder of Axis Communications, Martin Gren is an entrepreneur and founder of the first network camera. When Axis Communications liberated the first internet protocol( IP) camera after the 1996 Olympic games in Atlanta, there was some initial fluster. Connected cameras weren’t something the market had been clamoring for, and […]

Creative adtech is on the cusp of a revolution, and VCs should take note

Casey Saran Contributor Share on Twitter An ad tech ex-serviceman who has logged time at Google and The Rubicon Project( now Magnite ), Casey Saran is co-founder and CEO of Spaceback. 2021 has been a good year to be an adtech investor. Valuations are surging, Wall street is happy and exits are frequent and satisfying. […]

Laser-initiated fusion leads the way to safe, affordable clean energy

Siegfried Glenzer Contributor Siegfried Glenzer, funding recipients of the Ernest Orlando Lawrence Award, is a professor and high-energy-density division director at Stanford’s SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory and a science adviser for nuclear fusion company Marvel Fusion. The quest to compile fusion power a reality recently made a big step forward. The National Ignition Facility( NIF) […]

AI as a service to solve your business problems? Guess again

Ralf Haller Contributor Share on Twitter Ralf Haller is the executive vice president of sales and sell at NNAISENSE. SaaS, PaaS- and now AIaaS: Managerial, forward-thinking business will attempt to provide patrons of all types with artificial intelligence-powered plug-and-play answers for myriad business problems. Industries of all types are embracing off-the-shelf AI answers. According to […]

The cocktail party problem: Why voice tech isn’t truly useful yet

Ken Sutton Contributor Share on Twitter Ken Sutton is CEO and co-founder of Yobe, a application company that uses edge-based AI to open the potential of voice engineerings for modern firebrands. On average , men and women speak roughly 15, 000 commands per daylight. We announce our friends and family, log into Zoom for finds […]

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