As a young boy growing up in Michigan, Robbie Felton went on home visits with his geriatric social worker mother. Seeing low-income, elderly and disabled patients so vulnerable stuck with Felton. As a
Gen Z isn’t satisfied with the social media they grew up with, so they’re building the apps that they want to use. A “social branding” app for creative teens and twenty-somethi
Nigerian digital payments startup Paga has acquired Apposit, a software development company based in Ethiopia, for an undisclosed amount. That’s just part of Paga’s news. The Lagos based
Soon, you might not need anything more specialized than a readily accessible touchscreen device and any existing data sets you have access to in order to build powerful prediction tools. A new experim
Projector, the brainchild of two Twitter alums, is emerging from stealth with $13 million to reimagine visual communication.
Now that the hysteria is over and cities have stopped asking “how can we get Amazon,” we’d like to ask this: How can cities build stronger startup ecosystems for the Amazon yet to be built?
Rip Pruisken waffled in college (we got that pun safely out of the way for now). He was a student in the Ivy League at Brown University, and had focused on academics for much of his life. His parents
Robots are great at doing what they’re told. But sometimes inputting that information into a system is a far more complex process than the task we’re asking them to execute. A team of researchers
Square announced a powerful addition to its board today -- former Brown University President Ruth Simmons. Before her 11-year post at Brown, she was the president of Smith College, establishing the fi