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Cybersecurity expert Alex Stamos on what scares him most about the upcoming U.S. presidential election

Cybersecurity expert Alex Stamos on what scares him most about the upcoming U.S. presidential election Alex Stamos rose to fame as the former chief security officer for Yahoo and then Facebook. But today he’s the director of Stanford’s Internet Observatory, where he’s immersed in teaching and research safe tech — and understands […]

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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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Banning digital political ads gives extremists a distinct advantage

Banning digital political ads gives extremists a distinct advantage Jessica Alter Contributor Share on Twitter Jessica Alter is co-founder and chairman of Tech for Campaigns, an organization building the lasting tech and digital arm for Democrats and has helped over 200 campaigns on this front since 2017. Jack Dorsey’s announcement that Twitter […]

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Impossible Foods will debut in SoCal grocery stores on Friday as first step in phased national rollout

Impossible Foods will debut in SoCal grocery stores on Friday as first step in phased national rollout Congratulations Southern California Gelsons store shoppers, you’re getting Impossible Foods on your grocery shelves. The meatless ground meat substitute will be appearing in stores across the Southern California as the first step in a phased […]

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Flexible stick-on sensors could wirelessly monitor your sweat and pulse

Flexible stick-on sensors could wirelessly monitor your sweat and pulse As people strive ever harder to minutely quantify every action they do, the sensors that monitor those actions are growing lighter and less invasive. Two prototype sensors from crosstown rivals Stanford and Berkeley stick right to the skin and provide a wealth […]

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Lumineye helps first responders identify people through walls

Lumineye helps first responders identify people through walls Any first responder knows that situational awareness is key. In domestic violence disputes, hostage rescue, or human trafficking situations, first responders often need help determining where humans are behind closed doors. That’s why Megan Lacy, Corbin Hennen and Rob Kleffner developed Lumineye, a 3D […]

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Elon Musk’s Neuralink looks to begin outfitting human brains with faster input and output starting next year

Elon Musk’s Neuralink looks to begin outfitting human brains with faster input and output starting next year Neuralink, the Elon Musk-led startup that the multi-entrepreneur founded in 2017, is working on technology that’s based around ‘threads’ which it says can be implanted in human brains with much less potential impact to the […]

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Andrew Ng to talk about how AI will transform business at TC Sessions: Enterprise

Andrew Ng to talk about how AI will transform business at TC Sessions: Enterprise When it comes to applying AI to the world around us, Andrew Ng has few if any peers. We are delighted to announce that the renowned founder, investor, AI expert and Stanford professor will join us on stage […]

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Video platform Kaltura adds advanced analytics

Video platform Kaltura adds advanced analytics You may not be familiar with Kaltura‘s name, but chances are you’ve used the company’s video platform at some point or another, given that it offers a variety of video services for enterprises, educational institutions and video on demand platforms, including HBO,  Phillips, SAP, Stanford and […]

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Intel is doing the hard work necessary to make sure robots can operate your microwave

Intel is doing the hard work necessary to make sure robots can operate your microwave Training computers and robots to not only understand and recognize objects (like an oven, for instance, as distinct from a dishwasher) is pretty crucial to getting them to a point where they can manage the relatively simple […]

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