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Landscape site launches with the aim of becoming the ‘Glassdoor for VC’

You’ve probably heard of Glassdoor, which exists to allow employees to rate companies anonymously. Now a UK inventor has decided to address the thorny issue of rating venture capitalists. Landscape, a new recollect programme for tech startup founders to discover and find investment opportunities, officially launches today. Started by CompSci graduate Joe Perkins, the locate […]

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As investors and founders mature, Vienna emerges as a European startup hub

According to Austrian Startup Monitor, entrepreneurs have founded more than 2,200 startups in Austria since 2008, with the number of tech companionships developing 12% per year since then, greatly faster than the 3% growth rate for traditional companies. Home to roughly 50% of Austria’s startups, Vienna has a plethora of VC, corporate and university investors. […]

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New research shows European startups are spending drastically less on a US launch, for the same gains

It used to be the case that in order to scale globally, European corporations are necessary to deplete large-hearted on launching in the US to achieve the kind of growth they wanted. That often signified re-locating large swathes of the team to the San Francisco/ Bay Area, or New York. New research suggests that is […]

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Snyk acquires DeepCode to boost its code review smarts

Switzerland-based machine learning code review startup DeepCode — which statutes itself as’ Grammarly for coders’ — has been acquired by Snyk, a post-unicorn valuation cybersecurity startup which is focused on helping developers ensure their code. Financial words of the deal have not been disclosed. But the’ big code’ parsing startup has there collected around $5.2 […]

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Digging into the next wave of tech IPOs

After taking five consecutive business periods off from my work laptop — and to shout at my personal laptop while losing competitions on Dominion online — I am back. I “ve missed you”. And while The Exchange’s regular editorials were off the coming week( Friday aside, which you can speak here ), there’s still a […]

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Facebook denies it will pull service in Europe over data transfer ban

Facebook’s head of global program has affirmed the tech whale could close its service to Europeans if neighbourhood regulators require it to suspend data transfers to the US following a landmark Court of Justice ruling in July that has cemented the separation between US surveillance laws and EU privacy rights. Press reports rose the coming […]

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UK launches COVID-19 exposure notification app for England and Wales

The last-place two regions of the UK now have an official coronavirus contacts find app, after the UK government pushed the button to launch the NHS COVID-1 9 app across England and Wales today. Northern Ireland and Scotland launched their own official apps to automate coronavirus show notifications earlier this year. But the England and […]

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Ripjar, founded by GCHQ alums, raises $36.8M for AI that detects financial crime

Financial crime as a wider category of cybercrime is still one of the most potent of online menaces, covering nefarious actives as diverse as fraud, coin laundering and funding terrorism. Today, one of the startups that has been building data intelligence solutions to help combat that is announcing a fundraise to continue fueling its growth. […]

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ThoughtRiver nabs $10M to speed up deal-making with AI contract review

ThoughtRiver, a London-based legaltech startup that’s applying AI to speed up contract pre-screening, announced here today a $10 million Series A round of financing led by Octopus Ventures. Existing seed investors Crane, Local Globe, Entree Capital, Syndicate Room, and angel investor Duncan Painter also was represented at the round. The UK startup is one of […]

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Waymo’s Boris Sofman and TuSimple’s Xiaodi Hou to join us at TC Sessions: Mobility 2020

One of the areas of autonomous driving technology with the most potential to have a near-term and drastic bang remains trucking: There’s a changing deficiency of operators for long-haul street, and route trucking is still in relatively uncomplicated( though still difficult enough) type of driving for AV systems to tackle. Many companies are pursuing the […]

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