The partial government shutdown, now the longest in U.S. history, began to take a bite out of biotech this week, served with a hot side dish of confusion.
Fort Worth, TX—Data analytics and visual search technologies are increasingly being used by law enforcement agencies, growth that has captured the attention of tech giant Motorola.
The Chicago-based tech company, which has long sold narrow-band radios to law enforcement, has... Read more »
Billions of dollars have already flowed to the purveyors of shared workspaces, and the investment spigot isn’t turning off yet.
Detroit’s North American International Auto Show was the place for a plethora of mobility-related announcements this week, including some significant news from the Boulder, CO-based Techstars accelerator program.
Techstars launched an incubator for mobility startups in the Motor City four years... Read more »
The changing of the guard transforming retail is accelerating.
Sears, the nation’s first “everything store,” is teetering toward bankruptcy after years of stagnation as industry leaders prepare to gather in New York at the National Retail Federation’s annual conference. Yet, new... Read more »
As federal agency employees miss their first paychecks today due to the partial government shutdown that began Dec. 22, federal contractors and their workers—including technology professionals—face a loss of income that they may never recover.
Big technology companies such as Oracle... Read more »
From the cloud on down to the floors of supermarkets, the rivalry between Microsoft and Amazon spans many sectors in software, gadgets, and increasingly, retail.
The Seattle-area tech giants are battling—both with one another, and other competitors—to further digitize grocery shopping.... Read more »
The flow of biotech news is particularly heavy today, and for good reason. The annual J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference, one of the biggest gatherings for the biopharmaceutical industry, kicked off today in San Francisco, and many companies, whether they’re speaking at... Read more »
Looking back over the past two years, it seems that public perceptions of tech companies have shifted, compared with the eager acceptance that often prevailed as innovations from these businesses transformed social interactions, transportation, and other aspects of life.
In early... Read more »
In 2018, my Exome colleagues and I published hundreds of stories about health, medicine, the biopharma industry, government policy, and more. You’ll find a few of our favorite stories in this review of some of the year’s best from across the... Read more »
When it comes to developing and promoting innovation, external factors beyond the control of company founders, investors, and other business leaders can also determine whether a startup succeeds or fails.
In 2018, geopolitical events—in particular, President Donald Trump’s hard-line stances on... Read more »
[Updated 12/27/18, 9:54 am] Manoj Saxena is bullish on artificial intelligence. As chairman of Austin, TX-based A.I. startup CognitiveScale and managing director of The Entrepreneur Fund, which makes investments in early-stage machine learning companies, Saxena believes A.I. can... Read more »
It was an eventful year for the artificial intelligence industry.
The sector saw more big venture capital deals and acquisitions, while researchers kept plugging away on technology advances. Meanwhile, A.I. developers continued to grapple with issues around transparency, trust,... Read more »
Managing director, the Foundry Group
Co-founder and CEO, Galvanize
Founder, New Tech Colorado
Dean of the University of Colorado Law School
General Partner, Grotech Ventures
CEO, National Center for Women & Information Technology
CEO and Founder, Techstars
Director, Silicon Flatirons Centers' Entrepreneurship Initiative
Chairman, founder, and CEO of SomaLogic
CEO, Next Great Place
Founder and CEO, Vokl