It's October. Which means 2017 has officially flown by. (Remember all those things you swore you were going to do back in January? Have you done any of them?) One of the things I prioritize doing Q4 of
Andrew Ng is one of the foremost thinkers on the topic of artificial intelligence. He founded and led the “Google Brain” project which developed massive-scale deep learning algorithms. In 2011, he led
Several months ago, I spoke at a high school in Cleveland, Ohio, about entrepreneurship. Many parents were there, and one father asked me, “What made you think that you were capable of starting a company?”
Maybe you haven't started a business yet. Maybe you're a serial entrepreneur in between startups. Or maybe you're trying to gain additional skills while you launch your venture. So you send in your resume.
Since its 2009 founding, nearly 104,000 projects have successfully raised more than $2.3 billion on Kickstarter from friends, family and fans who want to help get those ventures off the ground. For entrepreneurs,
Most people have “okay” jobs. We go to work, do what we have to do from 9 to 5, come back home, maybe hang out with friends, and do it all over again the next day. There’s nothing wrong with this. But
The CEO of billion-dollar startup Gusto has 75 angel investors and warns other startups: 'There are no shortcuts'
And right now Gusto cofounder and CEO Josh Reeves is looking especially wise given that Zenefits was embroiled in major drama last month. He has a warning for his competitor and others: "There are no You
By Peter Holley Peter Holley Technology reporter Email Bio Follow Tired of what she considers the government inserting itself into women’s private lives, a Kentucky lawmaker has decided to return the Rep.
It’s been said that sitting is the new smoking, but chances are you’re not giving up your desk job, so here’s how to undo the damage. We go to work hoping our days spent at the office will challenge us