San Antonio — Algorithms are now a silent, ever-present part of life, turning the wheels that operate our favorite apps, games, television programs, and more.
As the complexity of those equations expands, artificial intelligence and deep-learning algorithms are increasingly extending into... Read more »
Kite Pharma wasn’t expecting a regulatory decision for its non-Hodgkin lymphoma treatment until November, but this week, the company got the FDA’s O.K.
The approval of axicabtagene ciloleucel (Yescarta) marks the second time in the two months that the FDA has... Read more »
Eleven startups that spent the summer working in the Techstars Mobility accelerator program took to the stage to pitch their technologies to a packed house of investors, entrepreneurs, media, and other stakeholders at the Detroit Film Theatre Wednesday. According to Techstars,... Read more »
Despite uncertainty over the future of the Affordable Care Act, investors continue to see opportunities to build successful businesses in healthcare technology and related services.
For several years, the common refrain among healthtech investors has been that the implementation of electronic... Read more »
Banks and financial technology companies are scrambling for territory in the online payments arena, as they compete to offer the safest and most convenient digital transaction mechanisms for both consumers and merchants.
This week, JPMorgan Chase announced an agreement to acquire... Read more »
The NFL’s Green Bay Packers attract tens of thousands of fans from Wisconsin and other states whenever the team plays a home game at Lambeau Field. Now, through a new, $10 million partnership with Microsoft, the Packers are hoping to attract... Read more »
The conventional wisdom about Silicon Valley is that it’s a playground for the underdogs, a fertile ground for young entrepreneurs building startups that are going to “change the world.”
Instead, the Bay Area—while, yes, still home to thirsty young entrepreneurs—is increasingly... Read more »
From Portland to Pittsburgh, it’s likely that every city in the U.S. with more than 1 million people has made its case to Amazon to locate the company’s second headquarters there.
At least, hopefully they have already, because today—if you... Read more »
UniQure is trying to get to the finish line for a hemophilia B gene therapy by switching horses mid-race—and it says it has the blessing from regulators to make the unusual change.
The company had been testing a gene therapy candidate... Read more »