Deeplite Named to the 2020 CB Insights AI 100 List of Most Innovative Artificial Intelligence Startups
Montreal-based AI startup Deeplite honored for achievements in making deep learning models smaller, faster and energy efficient for edge devices
Why is it important to talk about Women in Tech?
Equality of rights and opportunities for everyone is something that we should all stand for at all levels to support visibility! Women have always participated actively in the evolution of science and new technologies. To name a few: Margaret Wilcox, Maria Telkes, Florence Parpart, Ada Lovelace and Hedy Lamarr, are all Women and are all inventors. They changed the world then and the Women of today continue to do so now. They create new products that disrupt society and our daily lives. We are hosting a panel discussion to highlight the brilliant Women in Tech who work to change our world. We will discuss their stories, their personal journey and the challenges they have faced.
I’m very fortunate in that my foray into private enterprise has been (so far) very successful: well-selling product lines, an engineering design office fizzing with good ideas, and a healthy, sustainable re-investment back into the fundamental research that gave birth to the company in the first place.
Starting your own company out of university is a tricky business. You tend to have other things on your mind — like getting your degree. Here are some practical tips for university students who want to commercialise their technology.
Entrepreneurship isn’t about “freedom”, “lifestyle” or “being your own boss”. Entrepreneurship is about creating wealth quickly.
There’s been a flurry of articles and a Hacker News Poll, highlighting entrepreneurs who despite, or maybe because of their success, turn around and screw their employees, collaborators, partners. Just look at the last few big deals this year:
1. Understand the “Average”