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These Founders Aren't Selling Furniture, They're Telling a Story
Radicals & Visionaries

These Founders Aren't Selling Furniture, They're Telling a Story

A powerful story keeps this furniture company distinct and memorable.
This Squishy, Flatulent Robot Just Wants to Be Your Friend
Make More Happen

This Squishy, Flatulent Robot Just Wants to Be Your Friend

Isn't this octopus-inspired robot adorable?
Nina Zipkin
Belgians Are Hunting Books Instead of Pokémon
Innovation

Belgians Are Hunting Books Instead of Pokémon

Inspired by the success of Pokémon Go, a Belgian primary school headmaster has developed an online game for people to search for books instead of cartoon monsters, attracting tens of thousands of players in weeks.
5 Truths That Made Me a Millionaire at 22
Radicals & Visionaries

5 Truths That Made Me a Millionaire at 22

There is no work/life balance. You need to dedicate yourself to the work. You need to be all in.
Timothy Sykes
How a Car Guy Plans to Turn the Shower Industry on Its Head
Innovation

How a Car Guy Plans to Turn the Shower Industry on Its Head

Steve Sunshine believes the showerhead in your bathroom may be so dirty it could make you sick.
Jessica Abo
I Hated the Amazon Echo But Decided to Give It a Second Chance -- Here's What Happened
Amazon Echo

I Hated the Amazon Echo But Decided to Give It a Second Chance -- Here's What Happened

The voice-activated speaker failed to impress on my first pass. Here are some observations after giving it another go.
Jason Fell
How One Liquor Brand Impresses Its Most Important Customer: Bartenders
Radicals & Visionaries

How One Liquor Brand Impresses Its Most Important Customer: Bartenders

"Bartenders are our best salespeople and the opinion leaders," says Dragos Axinte, founder of Brazil's Novo Fogo Cachaça.
Intel Lays Out its Vision for a Fully Connected World
Intel

Intel Lays Out its Vision for a Fully Connected World

'We're truly inventing a world we can't experience today,' Intel CEO Brian Krzanich said today.
Machine Learning Needs Bias Training to Overcome Stereotypes
Innovation

Machine Learning Needs Bias Training to Overcome Stereotypes

Humans have ingrained unconscious biases. So do the algorithms they create.
Richard Sharp
4 Reasons You Should Start a Firm Instead of Launching a Startup
Ready To Launch

4 Reasons You Should Start a Firm Instead of Launching a Startup

'Startup' and 'firm' are similar terms but with a distinction that can lead entrepreneurs to greatness.
Per Bylund
10 Amazing Uses of Facial Recognition Technology
Facial Recognition Technology

10 Amazing Uses of Facial Recognition Technology

From identifying missing children to tracking church congregates, even privacy advocates could see the benefits of the tech.
Rose Leadem
How Entrepreneurs Can Get a Piece of the Fintech Pie
FinTech

How Entrepreneurs Can Get a Piece of the Fintech Pie

Fintech doesn't just impact how we manage our money. That's why entrepreneurs should be determining where they fit into this lucrative landscape.
Tx Zhuo
This Startup is Fixing Health Care...in Kabul
Radicals & Visionaries

This Startup is Fixing Health Care...in Kabul

AlemHealth was built in a war zone. Its founder is thankful for that.
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