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Banks aren’t as stupid as enterprise AI and fintech entrepreneurs think

Announcements like Selina Finance’s $53 million raise and another $64.7 million raise the next day for a different banking startup spark enterprise artificial intelligence...

What does GPT-3 mean for the future of the legal profession?

One doesn’t have to dig too deep into legal organizations to find people who are skeptical about artificial intelligence. AI is getting tremendous attention and...

SaaS stocks survive earnings, keeping the market warm for software startups, exits

We’re on the other end of nearly every single SaaS earnings report that you can name, with the exception of Slack, and shares of...

Femtech poised for growth beyond fertility

The market for female-focused health products (aka ‘femtech’) is set for growth via segmentation, per an analyst note from PitchBook which identifies opportunities for...

KitchenMate makes it easy to cook fresh meals at work

KitchenMate is a Toronto-based startup promising businesses a fresh approach to feeding their employees. The startup has raised $3.5 million in seed funding led by...

To reach scale, Juni Learning is building a full-stack edtech experience

Juni Learning connects kids with math and science tutors, but co-founder Vivian Shen would prefer not to be lumped in with other edtech startups,...

Narrative raises $8.5M as it launches a new data marketplace

Narrative has raised $8.5 million in Series A funding and is launching a new product designed to further simplify the process of buying and...

Despite challenges, opportunities galore for Indian agtech startups 

Agriculture development is of utmost importance to India in order to create a USD 5 trillion economy as envisioned by the current leadership. Backed by...

The H-1B visa ban is creating nearshore business partnership opportunities

In June, President Donald Trump signed an executive order temporarily suspending work visas for H-1B holders, which includes skilled workers like software developers. Considering that...

Course Hero, a profitable edtech unicorn, raises rare cash

Like any successful founder, Andrew Grauer had bright, long-term ambitions for Course Hero from the moment he launched it in 2006. He started the business...
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