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Universities and legacy industries are giving rise to the Midwest’s AI startups

Despite the promise artificial intelligence holds to transform many facets of American life, the majority of artificial intelligence companies are still concentrated in traditional...

While everyone was focused on GDPR, the NIS Directive snuck in through the back door

As we’ve seen from recent cyberattacks such as WannaCry and NotPetya — which are generally attributed to North Korea and Russia respectively — attacks...

Latin America’s new video game federation has devs from 11 countries working together

Latin America’s games market is poised to hit $5 billion this year, a thin slice of the hefty $137.9 billion generated worldwide (as market research...

Sonos files for IPO, highlighting profitability but also risks it faces with Apple, Google, Amazon

Sonos has filed to go public while seeking to position itself for a grueling fight against some of tech’s biggest names. Somewhat awkwardly, those deep-pocketed...

Lyft reportedly in talks to buy Spain’s Cabify for $3 billion (Updated)

This was story was updated at 7:14 a.m. PST to include Cabify’s denial of acquisition talks. In the latest sign of its growing confidence, U.S.-based...

Heartland Tech Weekly: Even after startup successes, scaleup capital is a scarce commodity

Included in this week’s Heartland Tech newsletter is a story I’ve been working on for a few weeks in the hopes that it can shed some more...
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