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VentureBeat is hiring an AI reporter

We’re looking for an experienced reporter to help lead our coverage of artificial intelligence. As startups and big corporations invest money and talent into AI, VentureBeat aims to cover both the broad ways AI will change life as we know it and the technical infrastructure underpinning it. As VentureBeat’s AI reporter, you’ll help define our daily coverage of AI […]

German cyber crime rose 80 percent in 2016: report

BERLIN (Reuters) – The German government registered 82,649 cases of computer fraud, espionage and other cyber crimes in 2016, an increase of just over 80 percent from 2015, a German newspaper reported on Sunday.

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How to tell when a SaaS startup is ready for IPO

GUEST: If you’re a founder, early employee, or investor of a growing SaaS startup, chances are that the word “Exit” has crossed your mind. Generally, you have two options: get acquired or go public. While the former has long been a viable option, the public market for SaaS businesses is relatively new. Salesforce.com was the […]

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Netmarble Games raises $2.3 billion in South Korea’s second-biggest IPO

(Reuters) – Netmarble Games, South Korea’s largest mobile games maker, has raised $2.3 billion in the country’s second-biggest share sale, just weeks after one of its domestic-only titles sold so well it was named the world’s best-selling mobile game. The firm priced its initial public offering (IPO) at the top of an indicative range as […]

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As Europe’s startup scene explodes, a continent goes tech conference crazy

Even as Benjamin Costantini was helping organize the 2014 edition of the LeWeb conference in Paris, he had a hunch this was going to be the last edition of what had been one of Europe’s largest and most important tech events for more than a decade. Conferences tend to have a natural lifespan, and LeWeb had run […]

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Nvidia identifies the top 5 AI startups for social impact

Nvidia is on a quest to find the best “social impact” artificial intelligence startups as part a program called Nvidia Inception, which is screening more than 600 entrants to cull the best AI startups in three big categories. We wrote about the first four candidates for the hottest emerging startup on Friday and the five most-disruptive startups on […]

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Companies of the future: No CEO, no boss, managed by blockchain

GUEST: We can get rid of bad bosses once and for all. At least that’s the promise of a radically new type of organization based on blockchain technology. It’s called a Decentralized Autonomous Organization and it has no CEO, CFO, or VPs. In fact, there’s no hierarchy at all. Of course, any time you bring […]

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Nvidia selects 5 most-disruptive AI startups

Nvidia is on a quest to find the most disruptive artificial intelligence startups. This quest is part of a larger contest dubbed Nvidia Inception, which is screening more than 600 entrants to cull the best AI startups in three big categories. We wrote about the first four candidates for the hottest emerging startup on Friday. And […]

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Facebook’s Friends is VR’s killer app

OPINION: I’m standing on a beach at sunset, drawing a sword much in the same way I would with Google’s Tilt Brush. To the side of me, UploadVR’s David Jagneaux is writing his name in the air, talking to colleague Ian Hamilton, who is phoning in from outside of VR with the Facebook Messenger app. […]

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The reality of M&A for augmented and virtual reality

GUEST: Despite Facebook’s blockbuster $3 billion Oculus acquisition in 2014, augmented and virtual reality has been too early stage for large scale mergers and acquisitions (M&A) so far. But that’s set to change in the next year to 18 months, so let’s look at what could drive M&A deals going forward. Where Digi-Capital’s Augmented/Virtual Reality […]

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