Sophie Chung, founder of Berlin startup Qunomedical, tells DW how society needs to learn 'ruthless acceptance' and reduce unknown biases to boost equality in the workplace.
The future is being invented in California, not in Germany. An entrepreneur and a VC who work in both places say the reasons for this are deep-rooted and will be very difficult to overcome — but things are improving.
Big multinationals are increasingly bringing startups in-house or supporting them. Now software giant SAP plans to help out 200 startups founded by women and members of underrepresented minorities worldwide by 2023.
The Amsterdam-based startup aims to democratize news by leveraging a global network of citizen journalists. The platform is harnessing blockchain technology to verify its content and keep a check on fake news.
Deep Technology startups — those relying heavily on tech breakthroughs and tangible IP — are on the rise globally. One of them, medtech venture RxAll, has made a handheld scanner that can detect fake drugs in 20 seconds.
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