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Raising VC in Silicon Valley as a female POC

Raising VC in Silicon Valley as a female POC Nathan Beckord Contributor Share on Twitter Nathan Beckord is CEO of Foundersuite.com, a software platform for raising capital and managing investors that has helped entrepreneurs raise over $2 billion since 2016. He is also the host of Foundersuite’s How I Raised It podcast. […]

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Reinventing the relationship between workers and tech

Reinventing the relationship between workers and tech Rachel Kornberg Contributor Share on Twitter Rachel Korberg is a program officer with the Ford Foundation’s Future of Work(ers) initiative, which seeks to build a more just and inclusive future for workers in our rapidly changing economy. A young father and kitchen worker in Pittsburgh […]

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Max Q: SpaceX starts building out its production Starlink constellation

Max Q: SpaceX starts building out its production Starlink constellation There’s literally a lot more stuff in space than there was last week – or at least, the number of active human-made satellites in Earth’s orbit has gone up quite a bit, thanks to the launch of SpaceX’s first 60 production Starlink […]

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The man behind Bezos’ next lunar guidance system talks future tech

The man behind Bezos’ next lunar guidance system talks future tech Draper, the MIT spin-off engineering lab, is famed for developing the Apollo 11 Guidance Computer (not Draper Esprit, I hasten to add). Ken Gabriel, President and CEO, also recently made a major announcement. Blue Origin has now partnered with Lockheed Martin […]

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A chat about UK deep tech and spin-out success with Octopus Ventures

A chat about UK deep tech and spin-out success with Octopus Ventures New research commissioned by UK VC firm Octopus Ventures has put a spotlight on which of the country’s higher education institutions are doing the most to support spin outs. The report compiles a ranking of universities, foregrounding those with a […]

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Watch MIT’s ‘mini cheetah’ robots frolic, fall, flip – and play soccer together

Watch MIT’s ‘mini cheetah’ robots frolic, fall, flip – and play soccer together MIT’s Biomimetics Robotics department took a whole herd of its new ‘mini cheetah’ robots out for a group demonstration on campus recently – and the result is an adorable, impressive display of the current state of robotic technology in […]

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MIT develops a robot that can grow like a plant when it needs some extra reach

MIT develops a robot that can grow like a plant when it needs some extra reach MIT has developed a new kind of robot that can essentially extend itself – ‘growing’ in a way that’s surprisingly similar to how a young plant grows upwards. The way researchers accomplished this uses a robot […]

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MIT develops a way for autonomous delivery robots to find your front door

MIT develops a way for autonomous delivery robots to find your front door Researchers at MIT have developed a new method of navigation for robots that could be very useful for the range of companies working on autonomous last-mile delivery. In short, the team has worked out how a robot can figure […]

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MIT’s self-propelled block robots can now manage basic swarm coordination

MIT’s self-propelled block robots can now manage basic swarm coordination MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory has come up with a clever way for its small cube-like robots, which can move on their own, to communicate and coordinate with one another for self-assembly. The behavior is described by MIT researchers as […]

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MIT uses shadows to help autonomous vehicles see around corners

MIT uses shadows to help autonomous vehicles see around corners We’re still not at the point where autonomous vehicles systems can best human drivers in all scenarios, but the hope is that eventually, technology being incorporated into self-driving cars will be capable of things humans can’t even fathom – like seeing around […]

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