2020-05-19 - Matthew Burgess

Covid-19: Getting to Grips with Respiration

In the battle against the coronavirus, hospitals are being forced to adopt new technologies to stem the flow of patients.…

2020-05-14 - George Leopold

Blog: Lessons Learned From Taiwan’s Response to Covid-19

Taiwan represents to the gold standard for containing the novel coronavirus...

2020-05-13 - ASVDA

1st GO SMART Online Forum Kicked off Conversation on Epidemic Prevention

GO SMART has held an online workshop of “Smart Tech in Fighting COVID-19” via a video-conference approach, attracting government-related units,…

2020-04-27 - Brinc

Brinc and Artesian partner to launch Clean Energy Accelerator Program in Australia

Brinc is partnering with Artesian to invest in the next generation of Australian Clean Energy startups who are building technology…

2020-04-15 - TTA

Taiwan Brings Tech Startups Together into Strengthen Disease Prevention Efforts

TTA, organized by Taiwan's Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST) to promote entrepreneurship and startups, has led startups into a…

2020-03-20 - Junko Yoshida

Is Holography Making a Comeback?

Holography is coming back — not in the familiar sci-fi movie form of, for example, Princess Leia and R2D2 —…

2020-03-20 - George Leopold

U.S. Over-Reliance on China Compounded by Pandemic

Proposed legislation would provide funding for U.S. manufacturing startups, but human capital remains in short supply.

2020-03-18 - M. Di Paolo Emilio

Covid-19: The Power of Big Data and AI

Technology provides powerful tools to stem epidemics and minimize resulting deaths.

2020-03-04 - Sally Ward-Foxton

AI Chip Unicorns Get More Funding

Unicorns Graphcore and SambaNova raise tens of millions for AI silicon and software.

2020-02-24 - Sally Ward-Foxton

Adapting the Microcontroller for AIoT

Will Arm continue to dominate going forward? Alternatives are springing up, and with the IoT set to expand, the market…