14 Aug 2019

1. Fintech counts on content to keep investors hooked Fintech startups offering stocks and mutual fund investments are leaning on specialised content to retain investor interest. Groww’s YouTube subscriber base has jumped to 31,000 from 5,000 and average views per video has shot up to more than 10,000 compared…

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13 Aug 2019

1. Bosch is working on glasses-free 3D displays for in-car use German auto industry giant Bosch is developing new technology that will add glasses-free 3D imaging to future versions of its in-car digital display technology. These 3D displays use passive 3D tech, which means you won’t need to wear…

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13 Aug 2019

1. VCs set out to raise fresh capital in India There are close to a dozen seed and series A focused funds that collectively plan to raise anywhere between $300 and $350 million, as per industry estimates. Early-stage technology and startup deal activity is set to intensify further with…

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12 Aug 2019

1. How tech is transforming the intelligence industry.  a conference on the future challenges of intelligence organizations held in 2018, former Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats argued that he transformation of the American intelligence community must be a revolution rather than an evolution. The community must be innovative…

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09 Aug 2019

1. Top VCs cut big cheques for idea stage startups Returning entrepreneurs, who have been a rare breed in India, had always found interest from VCs as they were safe bets, but top executives from large startups are increasingly able to rack up big rounds. Top venture capital investors,…

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08 Aug 2019

1. How MyCrop Is Using Blockchain To Identify Spurious Seeds Ahmedabad-based agritech startup MyCrop is currently testing blockchain in the seed supply chain to track its entire supply movement — from seed aggregators, distributors, retailers to farmers. The move to implement blockchain is aimed at bringing transparency, authenticity and…

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07 Aug 2019

1. AI modelling could detect atrial fibrillation – research suggests Atrial fibrillation causes an irregular and often abnormally fast heart rate, and can sometimes be higher than 100 beats per minute, which can cause problems including dizziness, shortness of breath and tiredness. The research findings are published in The…

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05 Aug 2019

1. “Apple looks at Indian smartphone market with new glasses” Tim Cook has an interesting connection with India. A big believer in the Indian middle class, Cook last visited the country officially in May 2016 and since then, we hear him praising the country from his Cupertino-headquarters in California,…

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03 Aug 2019

1. Digitizing construction sites with Scaled Robotics Barcelona-based Scaled Robotics built a Wall-E doppelgänger to navigate around and build maps of construction sites by fusing images, video, and data captured by its robots. 2. Space startup aims to launch thousands of satellite ‘cell towers’ that connect to the average…

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02 Aug 2019

1. Dasha AI is calling so you don’t have to While you’d be hard pressed to find any startup not brimming with confidence over the disruptive idea they’re chasing, it’s not often you come across a young company as calmly convinced it’s engineering the future as Dasha AI. The…

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