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Training robots to do simple tasks with so-called deep learning has met with limited success, but a San Francisco startup offers a glimmer of hope for future work.
Early-stage technology fund pi Ventures announced the final close of its first fund at ?225 crore, exceeding the initial target of Rs 195 crore by 17%.
Two former Reliance Industries employees who were part of its GenNext Innovation Hub have set up Cornerstone Venture Partners Fund, an early-growth stage technology venture fund.
Budget hotel brand OYO announced its plan to hire over 2020 technology experts and engineers by 2020 on Friday. The announcement was made at the launch of OYO’s maiden tech conference.
California startup Inboard Technology is moving beyond electric skateboards with a new e-scooter called the Glider.
Bengaluru-based digital lending startup Qbera has raised $3 million (about Rs 21.5 crore) in its first institutional fundraising since inception. The all-equity deal was led by E City Ventures, a subsidiary of Essel Group.
We have a big problem in the startup and tech world that is not only squashing innovation, but is leaving billions of dollars on the table for every single investor.
If you’re a fan of Marvel’s Iron Man, you’re sure to have been impressed (like me) by how Robert Downey Jr in his act as Tony Stark uses “mixed reality” to find clues of villains plotting to destroy the earth.
Milk and grocery delivery startup DailyNinja has secured an undisclosed amount of financing from Matrix Partners India, with participation from existing investors Sequoia India and Saama Capital.
Allplants, a London-based startup that delivers ready-made “plant-based” meals (that’s vegan, to you and me), has raised £7.5 million in Series A funding.
Women in Silicon Valley own less than half the startup equity that men own, according to a new study.
Software major Infosys has invested an additional $1.5 million (Rs 10.9 crore) in the US-based TidalScale, doubling it to $3 million in the software services firm.