We need to own up to the fact that we’ve become digital hoarders running out of room for our data.
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The practice of encoding data in DNA molecules could be inching closer to graduating from research labs to finding practical commercial use.
THE 144 WORDS of Robert Frost’s seminal poem “The Road Not Taken” fit neatly onto a single printed page. Or in a 1-kilobyte data file. Or, in Hyunjun Park’s hands, in a few drops of...
New Enterprise Associates led the round, and was joined by investors including OS Fund, Day One Ventures, messaging app Line, Data Collective, Green Bay Ventures, AME Cloud Ventures, and Industry...
For the founders of a new Boston startup, there’s no such thing as too much information.
It is going to be rough and bumpy, but exciting for whoever is coming into the real estate tech space.
Former Silicon Valley executive Elisa Rossi is following the Etsy model to debut a marketplace for the independent work of artisans specializing in luxury goods.
There’s a mysterious, recurring charge on your bank card statement, and you’ve been too lazy to investigate it because it’s less than $30.
Only about 8 percent of VC partners at the top firms polled are women, according to Crunchbase.
Bias in journalism is nothing new, but there are growing concerns technology is pushing us into echo chambers where we only hear one side of the story. Now a startup says it’s using AI to bring...