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Loot is a viral social network that looks like nothing you've ever seen

Today, let’s talk about the latest project from a co-founder of Vine and what it tells us about how the tech industry is evolving. This is a rare tech story where basically every fact of it has surprised…

03 Sep 2021 • 13 min read
#6 carbon on the blockchain, the big startup tax

Altroleum is picking up steam and things are getting busy. I’ve written a slightly longer piece on a single topic both to cover a bit more ground on one issue and because I have loads of actual work to…

28 Sep 2021 • 3 min read
Morning Tea by Simon
State of the TAM - 28th Sept

What’s Up? Pre-order Hex Work now! I promise there's no cliffhangers! It is a bit more m/m urban fantasy than m/m paranormal romance though. :) My name is Jonah Carrow, and it’s been 300 days since I laid…

28 Sep 2021 • 2 min read
TA Moore Writes by TA Moore
Your Take?

Well for as in the weather here, it was raining. But the trustees were seeking extensive training, on matters of framing this stuff, they said apparently you just came up. And I saw you in forensics, seeking…

28 Sep 2021 • 1 min read
Swarnlata's Blog by Swarnlata
Featured Publication
What's the Difference Between Virtual Influencers, VTubers, Artificial Intelligence, Avatars, and More?

Do you know the difference between a VTuber and a virtual influencer? New spaces yield new concepts to navigate. Here's an aggregation of virtual human terms you should know. Full Insights and Article…

28 Sep 2021 • < 1 min read
VirtualHumans.org by VirtualHumans.org
6 Product Growth tips every early-stage founder must know!

Every week, Anshul and I bring masterclasses on topics that impact early-stage founders on Clubhouse under the New Founders Club. A few weeks ago, we talked about product growth and how early0stage founders…

28 Sep 2021 • 10 min read
Founder Hour with Arjita by Arjita Sethi
Lunch & Learn: VCs Investing in POC

Join us for an honest conversation about what it means to raise funds as a POC. What are the challenges? How has the landscape changed in the past months? Has the national conversation on race after BLM…

28 Sep 2021 • 1 min read
Andrea’s Newsletter by andrea guendelman
The future of AI & Robotics

In 2013, Google created an AI program called Deepmind1 that managed to beat an arcade game in less than a day. The programmers simply gave the AI program just one objective, without instructions on how…

28 Sep 2021 • 2 min read
@JordanFinance’s Newsletter by @jordanfinance
Go-to-market strategy: what startup founders can learn from the NFT craze

Illustration by Gustav Bodin It's been another wild week for non-fungible tokens (NFTs) and the crypto market: Dapper Labs Inc, the company behind the popular NBA Top Shot platform, raised $250 million…

28 Sep 2021 • 6 min read
Erwan Derlyn by Erwan Derlyn
Tuesday 28 September, 2021

Quote of the Day ”Last September in Europe it cost €119 ($139) to buy enough gas to heat the average home for a year and the continent’s gas-storage facilities were brimming. Today it costs €738 and stocks…

28 Sep 2021 • 4 min read
Memex 1.1 by John Naughton
Mind the Exponential Gap

Hi everyone, Over the past few months I’ve been struggling with the mind-boggling uselessness of the German bureaucracy. A lot of services are only partially digitised. Many of the documents that must…

28 Sep 2021 • 8 min read
Laetitia@Work by Laetitia Vitaud
This is how I shower & also, SHARKS!

The following is the next installment describing this intense experience I had recently during an open ocean swim. In case you missed it, you can find the beginning of the story here. The god of the ocean…

28 Sep 2021 • 12 min read
The World According To von Roy by Christopher von Roy
Matchstick Ventures Raises a Third Fund

Welcome to Excoastal, a newsletter covering deals, startups, venture capital, and more from Chicago to Boulder, Detroit to Columbus, and beyond. I’m Evan Lonergan, a native Midwesterner. You can connect…

27 Sep 2021 • 4 min read
Excoastal by Evan J Lonergan
No. 25: Musings about Audio and Twitter, Memory Usage, Gavin Baker Semiconductor Interview, US Healthcare Chart

I took a short break from writing. Not intentionally – but it just sort of turned out that way. But I’m back in the game this week! And it looks like I’ll be releasing a few longer form pieces over the…

27 Sep 2021 • 3 min read
Capital Buddha's Musings by Capital Buddha
The African Enterprise (27/09/2021)

Hi friends, I published an essay last week: The Age of Implementation: 11+ people in 5+ countries produced, published, or patented the idea of a glowing filament in a bulb of glass. All before Thomas Edison…

27 Sep 2021 • 3 min read
The African Enterprise by Kelvin Obakhavbaye
Cape Weekly Digest | Monday, 27th September, 2021

Welcome to the latest issue of The Wine Tarte – the newsletter that keeps you updated every week with bitesize news from around Cape Town. Don’t forget, we also have a lifestyle directory for wine & tourism…

27 Sep 2021 • 6 min read
The Wine Tarte by The Wine Tarte
Democratizing robotics research

The human hand is one of the fascinating creations of nature, and one of the highly sought goals of artificial intelligence and robotics researchers. A robotic hand that could manipulate objects as we…

27 Sep 2021 • < 1 min read
TechTalks Newsletter by Ben Dickson
Who is Farnaz Fassihi?

Farnaz Fassihi is a writer in The New York Times and formerly wrote for The Wall Street Journal. She is an Iranian American heavily criticized for parroting the talking points of Iran’s regime. In her…

27 Sep 2021 • 7 min read
Heshmat Alavi's Newsletter by Heshmat Alavi`
Tesla to Increase Investment and R&D in China

(Source: Weibo) At the 2021 World Internet Conference held in Wuzhen, Zhejiang Province on Sunday, Tesla CEO Elon Musk said that Tesla will continue to increase investment and research and development…

27 Sep 2021 • < 1 min read
Pandaily’s Newsletter by Pandaily
🎧#33 Time Travel, Butterfly effects, Sensor fusion, AI strategies, Data Augmentation, and how to simulate the future to transcend the know – Marcus Weiland

“You can use smart models as you want in a smart AI as you want, but it doesn't matter if you have really poor sensory data or if you're if your sensors are not a fit for the task that you were trying…

27 Sep 2021 • 1 min read

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Head's Up by Poovenraj Kanagaraj
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