Archive | November, 2020

Artificial Intelligence Will Revolutionize Energy, Earning Billions For Investors

The energy transformation will see an explosion of growth in Artificial Intelligence (AI) applications across the energy industry as electric grids, energy storage, and transmission systems become increasingly complex.

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Why India’s software startups are poised for global dominance

As the contours of the post-COVID global economy sharpen, few would dispute the accelerating importance of software generally and of software as a service (SaaS) specifically. The average U.S. enterprise now uses more than 1,000 SaaS products, demonstrating with their buying power the effectiveness of this model. What fewer recognize is that Indian entrepreneurs are the global economy’s emerging SaaS powerhouse,

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Why people are turning to robots when they’re sad and anxious at work

A 12,000-person survey found that workers around the globe are looking to AI-powered digital assistants and chatbots to cope with mental health during the pandemic.
The global pandemic has created a seismic shift in workplace mental health, with over three-fourths of workers saying that this is the most stressful year ever. That’s according to a global study by my company,

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Tesla can now sell its made-in-China SUVs in China

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Earlier this month, U.S. electric-vehicle maker Tesla began expanding the production capacity of its Shanghai Giga factory so it could start producing its Model Y vehicles there; now it has permission to sell the Model Y

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How VCs can avoid another bloodbath as the clean-tech boom 2.0 begins

Last decade’s clean-tech gold rush ended in disaster, wiping out billions in investments and scaring venture capitalists away for years.

But a new investment boom is building again, this time around a broader set of climate-related technologies. Funding has soared more than 3,750% since 2013, according to a PwC report this fall, as numerous climate-focused venture firms

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Universal Studios’ long-awaited Super Nintendo World finally gets an opening date

Universal Studios Japan plans to open its $580 million Nintendo attraction on Feb. 4, finally debuting a long-delayed effort to introduce Mario and other beloved characters to real-world theme park visitors.

Super Nintendo World, built on the existing Universal Studios Japan site, is envisioned as a life-sized replica of Nintendo Co.’s most popular games with rides, shops

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The tech allowing thousands of students to sit exams at home

Machine learning is helping firms across many industries more quickly solve difficult challenges.

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Week in Review: Most popular stories on GeekWire for the week of Nov. 22, 2020

Get caught up on the latest technology and startup news from the past week. Here are the most popular stories on GeekWire for the week of Nov. 22, 2020.
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