In the spirit of G Suite, I’ve posted a copy of this letter on Google Docs, open to comments and suggested edits. So don’t be shy! I’m curious to see where this letter ends up after the crowd adds its wisdom. Add your thoughts here Dear Google, Let’s start with Thank You. Thank you for […]
Prostate cancer is the most common form of cancer in men and the current standard of testing, PSA blood tests are not optimal as PSA often fluctuate and do not provide an accurate gauge, which ultimately leads to unnecessary and avoidable biopsies. Launching today is Ezra, a startup that is simplifying cancer detection starting with prostate […]
I’ve been going to CES with my dad for the last 10 years, seeing almost every gadget, gizmo and widget before they came mainstream. Wearables, VR and AR really only started to garner traction and attention a few years back and while it’s come a long way since, it still has a long way to […]
If you’re thinking about investing in non-traditional asset classes, fine art should be high on your list of options to explore. Over a span of several decades, fine art’s favorable investment characteristics, such as its ability to act as a store of wealth to hedge against inflation and currency devaluation, have made it an increasingly […]
Generation Z is all about individuality and customization, and according to studies 55% of Gen Z’ers rather have the ability to design products that nobody owns. King Children is the latest eyewear company – powered by 3D printing technology- that is giving full design power to consumers. Purchasing a pair of glasses from King Children […]
The Internet scion also suggests that the innovations leading this revolution would most likely be launched outside of the hallowed office buildings of Silicon Valley, Boston, and New York. In starting Revolution Ventures, Case set out to find disruptive technologies in America’s heartland often ignored by typical venture investors.
This week a Harvard Business School student challenged me to name a startup capable of producing an intelligent robot – TODAY! At first, I did not understand the question, as artificial intelligence (AI) is an implement like any other in a roboticist’s toolbox. The student persisted, she demanded to know if I thought that the […]
The new CyberNYC initiative announced last week by the City of New York is just one example of this growing partnership between online platforms and traditional academia in the hope of fostering a new generation of wage earners.
In today’s era of STEM skills shortages and the brutal “war for talent,” employers are looking for ways to stand apart from their hiring competitors. The young, entrepreneurial, tech workforce wants to make an impact, and a great place for employers to start is on climate action…
When you get bitten by the travel bug, it’s difficult to balance the desire for adventure with the rigors and schedule your everyday life. That changes with recent Techstars NYC graduate FlyThere, an immersive way to experience the world all through the eyes of a drone. The entertainment company currently has 8 flight locations in Thailand and […]
The rigor of life in New York is hectic, and sometimes the stress of the constant go gets to us. Introducing a great way to relax is Binaural Dream, a newly launched unguided meditation app. This meditations found in the app consist of binaural beats which enhance happiness, gratitude, and sleep. Inspired by the founder’s own struggle […]