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How to diagnose and treat machine learning models afflicted by COVID-19

How to diagnose and treat machine learning models afflicted by COVID-19 Anupam Datta Contributor Share on Twitter Anupam Datta is co-founder, president and chief scientist of Truera, and also a professor at Carnegie Mellon University. Justin Lawyer Contributor Share on Twitter Justin Lawyer is chief product officer of Truera and was formerly […]

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Decrypted: The block clock tick-tocks on TikTok

Decrypted: The block clock tick-tocks on TikTok In less than three months and notwithstanding intervention, TikTok will be effectively banned in the U.S. unless an American company steps in to save it, after the Trump administration declared by executive order this week that the Chinese-built video sharing app is a threat to […]

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Despite booming consumer demand, VC interest in e-commerce startups falls in 2020

Despite booming consumer demand, VC interest in e-commerce startups falls in 2020 Walmart reported earnings this morning. Most of the numbers are immaterial to you and I, having little to nothing to do with the world of private capital and startups, but one metric did leap out: In its quarter ending July […]

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In conversation with European B2B seed VC La Famiglia

In conversation with European B2B seed VC La Famiglia Earlier this month, La Famiglia, a Berlin-based VC firm that invests in seed-stage European B2B tech startups, disclosed that it raised a second fund totaling €50 million, up from its debut fund of €35 million in 2017. The firm writes first checks of […]

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Edtech exits are increasing, but by how much?

Edtech exits are increasing, but by how much? Before the coronavirus made edtech more relevant, companies in the sector were historically likely to see slow, low exits. Despite successful IPOs by 2U, Chegg and Instructure in the United States, public markets are not crowded with edtech companies. Some of the largest exits […]

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No pen required: The digital future of real estate closings

No pen required: The digital future of real estate closings Jeanne Casey Contributor Share on Twitter Jeanne Casey is a principal on the investment team at MetaProp, where she leads new investments into compelling proptech companies and works closely with portfolio companies on strategic growth initiatives. On a Wednesday at 4 p.m. […]

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IoT and data science will boost foodtech in the post-pandemic era

IoT and data science will boost foodtech in the post-pandemic era Sunny Dhillon Contributor Share on Twitter Sunny Dhillon is an early-stage investor at Signia Ventures in San Francisco where he invests in retail tech, e-commerce infrastructure and logistics, alongside consumer and enterprise software startups. More posts by this contributor From farm […]

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As the world stays home, edtech’s Q2 venture totals rose sharply

As the world stays home, edtech’s Q2 venture totals rose sharply My friend and colleague Natasha Mascarenhas has been reporting on the edtech beat quite a lot in 2020. So far reading her coverage, I’ve discovered that not only is edtech less dull than I anticipated, it’s actually somewhat interesting on a […]

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Can learning pods scale, or are they widening edtech’s digital divide?

Can learning pods scale, or are they widening edtech’s digital divide? Lucia, a six-year old, hides from Zoom calls and has rejected every edtech tool from Seesaw to Khan Academy. She will spend all of first grade in quarantine. Her mother, Claire Díaz-Ortiz, says her daughter fits squarely into the “distance learning […]

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Go public now while software valuations make no sense

Go public now while software valuations make no sense Software valuations are bonkers, which means it’s a great time to go public. Asana, Monday.com, Wrike and every other gosh darn software company that is putting it off, pay attention. Heck, even service-y Palantir could excel in this market. Let me explain. Over […]

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