Cooler autumn temperatures appear to be here to stay. Stay warm, and stay current with these recent headlines from Wisconsin’s innovation community:
—The office of U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin said she reintroduced a bill aimed at helping entrepreneurs and early-stage companies in... Read more »
Making the artificial feel more natural is one of the goals of computer scientists these days.
Last week in New York, innovators from IBM, Foursquare, Microsoft, and other companies discussed what may lie ahead in the commercial development of artificial intelligence.... Read more »
Let’s catch up with the latest innovation news from Xconomy Texas:
–Austin edtech startup Aceable has raised $4 million in a Series A round of funding to help it further expand its line of online testing products beyond driver’s education. The... Read more »
Consumers can easily make garden salads year round because grocery stores get their greens from farms across the country where items like lettuce are always in season. But those leafy greens and tomatoes don’t necessarily have to travel hundreds of miles... Read more »
Tealium, a San-Diego startup that provides online advertising tag management and marketing services for enterprise customers, has raised $35 million in a growth financing deal intended to expand its technology and market reach.
Georgian Partners and Bain Capital Ventures, the investment... Read more »
Ken Minturn, the founder of Indianapolis-based Kenji, says one of the biggest challenges facing attorneys is finding new business that matches their expertise, and then getting paid on time for the work they do. Complicating matters is the legal industry’s... Read more »
Detroit’s Techstars Mobility startup accelerator has wrapped another summer of innovating and iterating, and the 12 participating companies are now headed out into the marketplace to hustle.
I caught up with managing director Ted Serbinski and the rest of the Techstars... Read more »
Software companies have talked for years about making tools for deep data analysis simple enough for most business users, not just seasoned programmers. There are signs those capabilities are materializing—or at least evolving.
The latest example is Podium Data, a Lowell,... Read more »