Fab Foods lands Series A for mushroom-based meat options • TechCrunch

The prospect of alternative meat products has come under scrutiny recently, with articles in Bloomberg and The Washington Post questioning whether it will really be accepted by consumers. Other news, such as price cuts beyond meat and wholesale cuts on perishable foods, has led to further questions about the future of the industry. But amid all this scrutiny, Fable Food, an Australian startup that makes plant-based meat from mushrooms, announced its latest round of funding, an $8.5 million Series A round led by Singaporean venture capital firm K3. Other participants…

ChatGPT is everywhere. Where did it come from?

1980s–90s: Recurrent Neural Networks ChatGPT is a version of GPT-3, a large language model developed by OpenAI. Linguistic models are a type of neural network trained on large amounts of text. (Neural networks are software inspired by the way neurons in an animal’s brain communicate with each other.) Because text consists of words in alphabetical order and of varying lengths, language models require a type of neural network that can understand such information. . Recurrent neural networks invented in the 1980s can handle word sequences, but are slow to train…

Oil Field Safety Tips Every Employee Should Know

Oil Field Safety Tips Every Employee Should Know

Oil and gas workers are at the highest risk of injuries compared to workers in other industries in the United States. The best way to reduce accidents is to prioritize work site safety. Read these oil field safety tips every employee should know for helpful information! Ensure Familiarity With Jobsites Every employee plays a significant role on jobsites. But before work begins, it’s essential to become familiar with the oil field. Understand the flow of the field, acknowledge hazards, and be mindful of precautions. Familiarity prevents avoidable accidents like accessing…

Announcing the first group of speakers for TC Early Stage • TechCrunch

TechCrunch Early Stage is a place for founders who are just starting out. On April 20th, we are excited to bring our show to Boston, Massachusetts. Bringing together experts from the Northeast and Silicon Valley, we’ll outline a myriad of startup core competencies—from fundraising to operations to marketing—and step-by-step guides on how to set up and grow your business. If you’re sitting at your desk wondering how to start a company, we’ve got you covered. Worried about how to raise money in this economic climate? We have a session (or…

Building a human backbone for innovation, speed and prosperity

“We don’t normally think of tablets as life-saving tools, but during the Covid-19 pandemic, when emergency hospitals needed to be built, these devices and new infrastructure played a vital role,” says Yuanqing. “In difficult times, like the pandemic, it was new IT that kept us connected, productive and engaged.” He continued, “The public cloud is becoming more popular because it offers flexibility, scalability and on-demand access. However, many enterprise applications and data are still running and stored in private clouds or on-premises data centers. In fact, we will continue to…

How Small Businesses Benefit From Trading Internationally

How Small Businesses Benefit From Trading Internationally

As a small business, shipping internationally can seem intimidating, especially with high trading and shipping fees. However, with that added risk of entering the international market, you can boost your brand awareness, gain profits, and reduce your reliance on the local market. Below are a few ways small businesses can benefit from trading internationally. Boost Brand Awareness By shipping internationally, you can reach a global audience, which means you can boost your brand awareness across the globe. You can go from being a small local shop to an international business…

Macro pays $9.3 billion to add intelligence to digital documents • TechCrunch

Jacob Beckerman, a former investment logic engineer at Bridgewater Associates, grew frustrated using standard document applications like Acrobat and Microsoft Office to print and markup documents. He wondered why there wasn’t a way to read and write on a PC that felt like liquid paper, which led him to experiment with PDF processing software. In the year By 2020, those experiments had grown into a full-fledged custom PDF editor that Beckerman helped build from scratch. Using AI, the editor – called a macro – extracts keywords, elements and equations to…

Download: Inside our messy brains and small nuclear reactors

This is today’s download., Our weekly newsletter that provides a daily dose of what’s happening in the world of technology. Neuroscientists listened to people’s brains for a week. They found order and chaos. The news: Recordings of brain activity taken from volunteers over the course of a week show that our brains help us make sense of the world in a state between calm and chaos. what do you mean: For example, when we go from reading a book to chatting with a friend, our minds jump from one semi-stable…

How to build your personal brand on social media for beginners

You’ve finished your appointment with ThriveMD and it’s time to get back to work! You’ve recently started your own entrepreneurial venture, and it can be challenging to know where to start in building your personal brand. Take heart, we’re here to help beginners learn how to build your personal brand on social media. Let’s get into it! Photo credit: Alex Fu / Pexels Find your vision When it comes to building your personal brand, you need to spend a lot of time deciding what it means to you. And if…

How to be a successful leader in business

They hope to become effective leaders in the medical field. One of the questions asked during the interview was, “What strengths would you bring to our company secretary?” It was. There is a lot that goes into being a successful leader in any business. Here are some tips to help you get started. Be open minded One of the biggest signs of an effective leader is that they are not afraid to take chances on people, ideas, or themselves. You may think it’s naive to be risk-averse in business, but…