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A competitor say the AI company became so fixated on a grand vision to solve intelligence that it lost its way in building anything useful. [Read More]
The British company is growing its trove of patient data used to help healthcare providers remotely monitor vital signs to predict illness and disease. [Read More]
Sebastien Siemiatkowski was told his idea for an online, free-floating credit issuer would never work, buthe ended up building a viable challenger to PayPal. [Read More]
PayPal came knocking just over a week before Sweden's iZettle was scheduled to send out IPO prospectuses. That offered a clear advantage, the startup's founder... [Read More]
The company wants to mentor and collaborate with deep technology firms that have a "social mission." [Read More]
Funded by one of the world's biggest luxury goods firms, Back Market's marketplace is forecasting $1 billion in gross sales in a few years. [Read More]
The insurer plans to plug Babylon's health assessmentsoftware into its own app to getits customersmanaging their health better. [Read More]
Months after its founders have left the company, WhatsApp is making it easier for more businesses to potentially advertise through the messaging service. [Read More]
Bots are no longer a gimmick. They're making money as software becomes human-sounding enough to pitch sales and troubleshoot customer problems. [Read More]
Following his campaign for net neutrality, the Reddit-founder-turned-VC wants Congress to approve better family leave policies. [Read More]
Following his campaign for net neutrality, the Reddit-founder-turned-VC wants Congress to approve better family leave policies. [Read More]
Margrethe Vestager slapped Google with a $5 billion fine for anticompetitive practices with Android, yet it continues to get away with exploiting the data of... [Read More]
Truck drivers will lose out but more GDP growth will mean will more tax-funding for the National Health Service, and more jobs there. [Read More]
Prowler.io's founder sold a voice recognition company to Apple. Now he's building simulations that think for themselves, to boost his clients' margins. [Read More]
It needs smarter software to trawl through content, and talent from startups like Bloomsbury.ai. [Read More]
Peltarion is doing for AI what Wordpress did for websites. [Read More]
Ali Parsa's AI-powered robo-docs could save insurers and governments billions. He's already transformed a swathe of Britain's socialized healthcare system, now he's bringing it to... [Read More]
The company best known for making passenger planes is building robots that could one day join astronauts on a deep-space mission to Mars. [Read More]
Ali Parsa, founder and CEO of Babylon Health, sits down with Forbes' Parmy Olson to discuss how he's disrupting the way patients access medical care... [Read More]
Ali Parsa, founder and CEO of Babylon Health, sits down with Forbes' Parmy Olson to discuss how he's disrupting the way patients access medical care... [Read More]
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