Team TechCrunch was back for Day 2 of Y Combinator’s Summer 2019 Demo Days where we heard from another massive chunk of startups that are taking disruption very seriously, even if they’re aiming to upend companies that only launched in Y Combinator a few classes ago.
Artificial intelligence is remaking the news. Those who control it are reshaping society.
Tesla started pushing a new mobile app software update to enable homeowners with its solar products and/or Powerwall to access and dive deep into their own power generation data.
For too long, human beings have used technology to pillage the planet. With limits approaching, we must find a better way.
A US state regulator is cracking down on two New Jersey-based initial coin offerings (ICO) offering “fraudulent unregistered securities.”
Haliade-X “will be a game-changer if the technology and costs are balanced and controlled,” Wood Mackenzie’s Shashi Barla says.
The ‘datafication’ of the economy has brought about various opportunities as well as new challenges, and naturally created echoes in different fields of law such as privacy, consumer protection, taxation, and competition law. Especially in the last field, there has been a comprehensive debate about the possible anticompetitive effects of ‘Big Data’ by predominantly focusing on online platforms including search engines, e-commerce platforms and social networks.