Werner Vogels has a front-row seat on how technology is changing the world. Here are his predictions for 2024
AI decisioning platform, Rich Data Co, has banked $28 million in a Series B funding round led by Westpac and US cloud banking software firm nCino.
New research finds used electric vehicle prices are down more than a third, with Teslas suffering some of the largest price drops – but hybrids are selling like hotcakes.
A two-year-old venture and advisory firm, Happenco, has closed its first funDing, raising $12 million to invest into early-stage startups.
The new contest aims to spur innovation into longer ‘healthspans’ with treatments that can actually reverse age-related degradation in body, mind and immune system.
In the fast-paced world of leadership, one thing is certain: great leaders are always looking for ways to improve, innovate, and stay ahead of the curve. They understand that leadership is not just about managing people and making decisions—it’s about continuous self-improvement and adaptation. With the benefit of hindsight, many of us wish we had started this journey of self-discovery earlier, and for me, that journey includes a surprising tool: DNA testing.
Small businesses that master AI-powered marketing can appeal to Gen Z consumers and gain a competitive business advantage.
If Curtis Priem, Nvidia’s first CTO, had held onto all his stock, he’d be the 16th richest person in America. Instead, he sold out years ago and gave most of his fortune to his alma mater Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
In Ernest Hemingway’s “The Sun Also Rises,” a character is asked how he went bankrupt. His reply? “Two ways. Gradually, then suddenly.” The astounding trajectory of Artificial Intelligence (AI) bears many similarities.
Space Machines Company launched in 2019 with a mission to clean up space junk and service the some-7,000 satellites orbiting in the sky. After two-and-a-half-years in design-mode, its orbital servicing vehicle, Optimus, is ready for take-off, on SpaceX’s Falcon 9 launch in March 2024.