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Can artificial intelligence give elephants a winning edge?

Adam Benzion Contributor Share on Twitter Adam Benzion is a serial entrepreneur, writer, tech investor, co-founder of Hackster.io and the CXO of Edge Impulse. More poles by this donor TinyML is giving hardware new life Images of elephants moving the African plains are imprinted on all of our judgments and something easily recognized as a […]

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CarbonChain is using AI to determine the emissions profile of the world’s biggest polluters

It was the Australian undergrowth shoot that eventually did it. For 12 times Adam Hearne had worked at corporations that represented some of the world’s largest sources of greenhouse gas emissions. First at Rio Tinto, one of the largest industrial miners, and then at Amazon, where he handled inbound delivery operations throughout the eu, Hearne […]

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Amazon really just renamed a Seattle stadium ‘Climate Pledge Arena’

As perennial front-runner for the claim of probably-the-most-evil tech company, Amazon has a long way to be done in order to refurbish its image as a take-no-prisoners, industry-consolidating asset machine. In a bold effort to do so, the company announced today that it would buy the rights to Seattle’s KeyArena, an aging stadium currently under […]

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Finland-based Swappie has closed a EUR3 5.8 million ($ 40.6 M) Series B to expand into brand-new sells in Europe. The ecommerce business refurbishes and resells worked iPhones, taking care of the entire process from testing and repairing utilized handsets, to selling the refurbished devices via its own marketplace, with a 12 -month warranty. Local […]

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Greyparrot bags $2.2M seed to scale its AI for waste management

London-based Greyparrot, which utilizes computer eyesight AI to scale efficient processing of recycling, has bagged PS1. 825 million (~$ 2.2 M) in grain funding, topping up the $1.2 M in pre-seed funding it had raised previously. The latest round is led by early stage European industrial tech investor Speedinvest, with participation from UK-based early stage […]

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Oxwash bags $1.7M for a cleaner spin on laundry

Oxwash, a UK-based laundry startup that’s aiming to disrupt traditional but environmentally costly drying and dry-cleaning processes by exploiting ozone to fumigate fabrics at lower temperatures, along with electric cargo bikes for hyper local pick ups and transmissions, has pouched a PS1. 4 million (~$ 1.7 M) seed. Backers in the funding round include TrueSight […]

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Our love of the cloud is making a green energy future impossible

Mark Mills Contributor Share on Twitter Mark Mills is the author of the book, “Digital Cathedrals: The Information Infrastructure Era, ” and is a senior companion at the Manhattan Institute, a Faculty Fellow at Northwestern University’s McCormick School of Engineering, and a partner in Cottonwood Venture Partners, an energy-tech venture fund. An epic number of […]

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Vericool raises $19.1 million for its plant-based packaging replacement for plastic coolers

Vericool, a Livermore, Calif.-based startup that’s replacing plastic cools and carton with plant-based commodities, has raised $19.1 million in a brand-new round of financing. The company’s stated point is to replace traditional packaging materials like polystyrene with plant-based insulating packaging materials. Its technology squanders 100% recycled paper fibers and other plant-based textiles, according to the […]

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Sustainable microgrids are the future of clean energy

Alex Behrens Contributor Share on Twitter Alex is a research psychoanalyst and blogger focused on future technologies in transportation, energy, automation, and decentralization. He has suffer in data and operations at Fortune 500 companies and tech startups and has been a regular give at Seeking Alpha, Spend Matters, Metal Miner, and other pamphlets. Across the […]

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Nebia’s co-founder talks about finding product/market fit

Finding the liberty commodity/ marketplace fit is challenging for any company, but it’s just a little harder for hardware startups. I recently saw the San Francisco roles of Nebia to chitchat with co-founder and CEO Philip Winter, whose eco-friendly hardware startup has received funding from Apple CEO Tim Cook, onetime Google CEO Eric Schmidt and […]

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