Category Archives: Startups
AR and VR are a couple of related fascinating fast-growing areas of technology and business. These areas are now attracting lots of attention from the leading tech companies and investors. According to CBInsights: Recently, Facebook and Apple have reportedly been allocating more than 1000 … Continue reading
Not being Elon Musk or Ray Kurzweil, I still have the chance to give public talks from time to time. I recently came back from my vacation in Japan where I managed to, in addition to relaxing, give three talks … Continue reading
I say “selected startups” in the title because this list is clearly incomplete. For example, my own startup−alchemyiot.com−is using AI/ML, and I am leading this effort. With our focus on IoT, we belong in the IoT/IIot (Industrial Iot) section of … Continue reading
Let’s see who is trying to improve our future hospital experience: Basically, the above plot includes most disciplines discussed by this blog:
As of September 2016, the top 10 world’s largest companies by market cap were these super-companies: This list changed a lot in the last 20 years, as some of these companies weren’t around back then. Facebook, for example, was founded in … Continue reading
Looks pretty easy. In fact, this diagram not only suggests how to start a startup, it also suggests how to make it successful. In any case, it reminds me of Sheldon Cooper’s algorithm for making friends:
According to CB Insights, Intel Capital is the leader in the area of IoT investments. Qualcomm Ventures, Foundry Group, and Kleiner Perkins are next.