Leading the Way to Intelligent Electrification | Sue Ozdemir

Leading the Way to Intelligent Electrification

Sue Ozdemir
CEO, Exro Technologies


One of the world’s proven leaders in the innovation and manufacturing of electric motors, Sue has nine years of accomplishments at General Electric, acting as CCO and the CEO of GE’s Small Industrial Motors Division, overseeing the division’s North American and International markets – ultimately building the division into a 160 million enterprise.


Exro

Exro is a clean technology company pioneering intelligent control solutions in power electronics to help solve the most challenging problems in electrification. Our patented advanced control technology expands the capabilities of electric motors, generators, and batteries. We seek to accelerate the global transition to clean energy by putting the intelligence into energy management.

Empathy in AI | David Dorfman

Empathy in AI


David Dorfman
Co-Founder & CEO, Sesh


“Efficiency, empathy and communication drives productivity. By honing these skills and  focusing on positive outcomes for everyone, we can make many small contributions to our collective progress. Sesh is a manifestation of my desire to bring this to the world.”


David is a proven business leader with over 18 years of international business and development experience across disciplines. He has served as a strategic advisor to many startup founders and teams and has helped raise $60M+ in funding for early stage ventures, technology transfer and licensing, laboratory research, capital investment, scholarship, and research programs.


Empath is an AI that analyzes emotions in video using machine learning, situational and desired outcome context, psychographics, and facial and viscera motor expressions to predict outcomes and deliver personalized neuroscience-based training. Sesh, the team behind Empath, builds technologies that aid communication and increase performance using neuroscience and lifelong learning practices.

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Cryptocurrency in Russia: Tips That Every Beginner Should Know

Anyone who wants to use or trade cryptocurrencies in Russia would want to know whether or not they are safe. The good news is that cryptos themselves are safe since they are based on cryptography.
Hacking a private key or blockchain is impossible. Anyone who will attempt to break the cryptographic protected algorithm needs a great amount of computational power. However, the owner’s carelessness can lead to a stolen wallet.

Most people, especially beginners in crypto trading, fail to be careful enough. Good thing, the security tips below will help you keep your digital assets safe at all times.

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IT in Russia: The Importance of Technical Support in Business

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Running a business is already tough work on its own – you need to be mindful of what you invest in so that people will see more worth in your business. With the right choices, eventually, people will begin investing in you. Aside from service upgrades and the research and development of your products, one thing that you should consider investing in immediately is IT support.
IT support or technical support is a team of specialists that can be there for your business’s software-related needs. That’s a broad statement of what they can do though. Growing …

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Wingcopter raises $22 million to expand to the U.S. and launch a next-generation drone

German drone technology startup Wingcopter has raised a $22 million Series A – its first significant venture capital raise after mostly bootstrapping. The company, which focuses on drone delivery, has come a long way since its founding in 2017, having developed, built and flown its Wingcopter 178 heavy-lift cargo delivery drone using its proprietary and patented tilt-rotor propellant mechanism, which combines all the benefits of vertical take-off and landing with the advantages of fixed-wing aircraft for longer distance horizontal flight.
This new Series A round was led by Silicon Valley VC Xplorer Capital, as well as German growth fund Futury Regio Growth. Wingcopter CEO …

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With Over 50 Million Downloads, Widgetsmith Became an Overnight Success 12 Years in the Making

When Apple introduced iOS 14, one of the most unexpectedly popular new features was the ability to add widgets and configure your iPhone Home Screen. In addition to adding widgets from the apps already on your device, Widgetsmith was an app that allowed you to create custom widgets with different colors and fonts to display things like your calendar, or the weather, or the phases of the moon.  It even allowed you to add timed widgets, which change throughout the day based on what information you want to display. Those features made it an instant hit for people who wanted to …

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Augmented reality’s awkward phase will be long and painful

Howdy friends, this is the web version of my Week in Review newsletter, it’s here to entice you to sign up and get it in your inbox every week.
Last week, I showcased how Twitter was looking at the future of the web with a decentralized approach so that they wouldn’t be stuck unilaterally de-platforming the next world leader. This week, I scribbled some thoughts on another aspect of the future web, the ongoing battle between Facebook and Apple to own augmented reality. Releasing the hardware will only be the start of a very messy transition from smartphone-first …

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WiFi 6: Is it the End-All Be-All of Connectivity?

Illustration: © IoT For AllIt can often feel like even the fastest network speeds aren’t enough to run all your devices. While the struggle is more visible in places that share a lot of bandwidth, like office buildings, malls, and cafes, users can also feel that they use a lot of heavy data like live video producers and PC gamers.With current network policies already struggling to keep up with connectivity demands, the world needs a new WiFi standard.IEEE 802.11ax, or WiFi 6, is the new specification standard post IEEE 802.11ac (or WiFi 5), promising better connectivity, higher speeds, and …

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Python–The Perfect Language for Machine Learning

Illustration: © IoT For AllMachine Learning, in simple terms, is the ability of computers to learn on their own without the need to program new skills. Machine learning is really about advanced algorithms that, after processing certain data, can learn new things that can be very useful in making decisions. In turn, Python is one of the most popular high-level programming languages, which is characterized by high readability and clarity of the source code. Thanks to its clear and concise syntax, it is an ideal language for beginner programmers. The biggest advantages of the language are its simplicity, multiplicity of …

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Intel made the right call on manufacturing as the company is a vital US strategic asset, says GlobalData

Following the news that Intel has said it will make the majority of its chips in-house:
Cyrus Mewawalla, Head of Thematic Research at GlobalData, offers his view:
“Under pressure from activist investors to sell its manufacturing division and focus on chip design, Intel yesterday re-affirmed its commitment to making most of its own chips in-house. We see Intel’s vertical integration as a significant competitive advantage for Intel, as geopolitical tensions between the west and China continue to mount.
“GlobalData noted on Wednesday that Intel was not about to abandon its manufacturing, and this has certainly come to light as …

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