Unbound: No 192
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Unbound: No 192

Why Deep Tech Is Eating Venture Capital by DataDrivenInvestor | DataDrivenInvestor Join Managing Partner Matt Caspari as we delve into the burgeoning landscape where science and engineering converge to tackle the most complex challenges and reshape industries. Matt will review: * The immense potential of Deep Tech startups to disrupt industries and

Why Deep Tech Is Eating Venture Capital
by DataDrivenInvestor | DataDrivenInvestor

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Join Managing Partner Matt Caspari as we delve into the burgeoning landscape where science and engineering converge to tackle the most complex challenges and reshape industries. Matt will review:

  • The immense potential of Deep Tech startups to disrupt industries and reshape entire sectors.
  • The exponential growth of Deep Tech investments, backed by compelling data and analysis.
  • How to navigate the evolving venture capital landscape and seize opportunities in Deep Tech.

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Black founders are creating tailored ChatGPTs for a more personalized experience
by Dominic-Madori Davis  Tage Kene-Okafor | TechCrunch

Credit: Paramount Pictures

At first, John Pasmore was excited about ChatGPT.

The serial founder had been in the artificial intelligence space since at least 2008. He recalled the days when experts declared it would take decades before the world saw anything like a ChatGPT. Fast-forward — that day has now come.

But there is a catch.

ChatGPT, one of the world’s most powerful artificial intelligence tools, struggles with cultural nuance. That’s quite annoying for a Black person like Pasmore. In fact, this oversight has evoked the ire of many Black people who already did not see themselves properly represented in the algorithms touted to one day save the world. The current ChatGPT offers answers that are too generalized for specific questions that cater to certain communities, as its training appears Eurocentric and Western in its bias. This is not unique — most AI models are not built with people of color in mind. But many Black founders are adamant not to be left behind.

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Where is the center of the universe?
By  | Space.com

NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope has produced the deepest and sharpest infrared image of the distant universe to date. Known as Webb’s First Deep Field, this image of galaxy cluster SMACS 0723 is overflowing with detail.

The universe is undeniably vast, and from our perspective, it may seem like Earth is in the middle of everything. But is there a center of the cosmos, and if so, where is it? If the Big Bang started the universe, then where did it all come from, and where is it going?

To start tackling these questions, let's go back about 100 years. In the 1920s, astronomer Edwin Hubble made two amazing back-to-back discoveries: Early in the decade, he found that "island universes," now known as galaxies, sit very far away from us; later that decade, he discovered that, on average, all galaxies are receding away from us.

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🌙 NASA - Best Photo from Last Week
Sea Ice Swirls

NASA/Wanmei Liang, using MODIS data from NASA EOSDIS LANCE and GIBS/Worldview

NASA’s Terra satellite captured floating fragments of sea ice as ocean currents carried them south along Greenland’s east coast on June 4, 2024.

This ice traveled from the Fram Strait, a 450-kilometer (280-mile)-wide passage between Greenland and Svalbard, to the Arctic Ocean. Along the journey, it breaks into smaller pieces and starts to melt in warmer ocean waters, creating the wispy patterns seen here.

Learn more about Arctic sea ice.

Image Credit: NASA/Wanmei Liang, using MODIS data from NASA EOSDIS LANCE and GIBS/Worldview


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