Trying to sum up the ride will have to wait for another post. Instead, I’d love to share some of the thoughts that riders shared after the ride (I kept them anonymous for privacy). One can meet people for ‘industry events’ over drinks 10 times and struggle to make a connection. But cycle with them for 3 days, and you would have made friends for life. Hope to see you in one of our future rides. Continue Reading
In previous posts, VC Cafe covered promising Machine Intelligence startups in Israel, emerging clusters for Machine Intelligence around the world and the speed at which they are getting funded and acquired. Today, Daniel Singer presents a comprehensive AI landscape covering 437 Israeli startups operating in the space of artificial intelligence, machine learning, deep learning, NLP, computer vision and robotics. Of the 430 startups, 300 are funded and active and to date, Israeli startups raised a combined $3.2 billion. There have been a few exits in the space as well – 33 Israeli machine Intelligence startups exited, reaching $1 billion in returns. Continue Reading
The majority of executives believes that AI will have massive impacts on their businesses in the next five years according to a recent study by MIT. Here are 16 UK startups who’ve raised funding in 2017 – learn how they apply technology to solve problems and capture new markets. Continue Reading
Mega startup campuses, the latest trend in co-working, are spreading their wings in Europe. They are different from the traditional co-working space not just in size, but also in scope and ambition.
As the founding head of Campus London, Google’s first physical hub for startups and now home to over 80,000 registered members, I thought it would be interesting to share the latest developments in this space from my perspective. Continue Reading
I blew it. Everything was going so well. I started a 30 day blogging challenge, and was religiously disciplined about posting every day. I even posted after a 2-hour visit to the hospital when my daughter accidentally scratched my cornea (it only hurt when I blinked, if you know what I mean).
But then I went on holiday and things really started slipping. I would start a post and not finish. The pool and jetlag got me so tired that I’d pass out on my phone or while reading a book. And, it was so hard to find a block of time to focus on writing a post. This made me think it’s something many of us struggle with. How can one enjoy a holiday when we have so many commitments (to work, family, ourselves)?
In this post I outline 10 holiday hacks for founders from friends and my own experience. Continue Reading
Ultimately, success in your dream job is about setting up your own parameters. Managing yourself. Measuring yourself. Planning yourself. It will not only help you get the job, but also to succeed while you’re in it. For me the 100 day plan was critical then, in 2011, and it’s just as relevant today. Continue Reading
It would be hard to compete with Google on search, Facebook on social networking and Amazon on ecommerce. Continue Reading
Israel is a hotbed for agtech in general, and water tech more specifically. It came from a necessity: a small country with limited fresh water supply, Israel needed to figure out how to desalinate water, save water, and irrigate the desert. Continue Reading
“This defines entrepreneur and entrepreneurship?—?the entrepreneur always searches for change, responds to it, and exploits it as an opportunity.” – Peter F. Drucker I embarked on a 30 day blogging challenge to restore my passion for writing (more about it here)Please… Continue Reading
Often, the founders project their own values on the company, shaping the culture. Many successful CEOs consider culture as the number one risk to their startups. Learn why it’s important and what you can do to shape you company’s culture. Continue Reading