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AI Companies Made One-Fifth of All New Unicorns in 2023

Last year, less than 100 companies joined the global unicorn club, the lowest number since 2017 and a steep drop compared to 2022 and 2023, which saw hundreds of private startups valued at $1 billion or more. Still, in a year that showed becoming a unicorn is much harder than before, AI companies turned out to be the absolute winners.

Internet Optimization Experts Highlight Urgency in Network Diversification Following Recent Outages at McDonald’s and Across Africa

A string of global tech outages, including McDonald’s recent outage and the internet outage plaguing Africa, has sent shockwaves around the world. Bigleaf Networks, a leading provider of network optimization solutions, is at the forefront of discussions on resilience and adaptability in the face of such challenges.

Keypoint Intelligence Unveils the Future of Folding Cartons in the Third Report of a Five-Part State of the Industry Series

Keypoint Intelligence recently published a State of the Industry report for the Folding Carton industry. Part of a five-report series Keypoint Intelligence's State of the Industry reports serve as a comprehensive exploration into digital adoption within the labels and packaging sector, aiming to dissect and understand the dynamics at play.

Industrial security against the background of the NIS2 regulation

The European directives "Network and Information Security (NIS2)" and "Critical Entities Resilience Directive (CER)" must be transposed into national law by October 17, 2020. By then, there will be around 30,000 companies in Germany from currently 18 sectors that will have to comply with rigid IT and OT security aspects, employee awareness and the monitoring of all partner facilities connected via supply chains and their respective IT/OT security maturity levels.

How young engineers learn with ease

For quite a few engineers, their professional careers can probably be traced back to their childhood involvement with technology construction sets. And they too are moving with the times: fischertechnik is now launching the Smart Robots Pro complete beginner's package, with which young engineers aged eight and over can learn how to program and control in a fun way.

Ask the Bot: generative AI in retail

They are able to analyse data, write product descriptions, answer shoppers’ questions or write codes – and all of this practically “on demand”: generative AI and voice-controlled AI Bots will change the way humans handle software fundamentally. EuroCIS 2024 shows how retail companies can benefit from this rapid development.

EIT Digital and ADRA forge path to European AI excellence

EIT Digital is thrilled to announce a strategic collaboration with the AI, Data and Robotics Association (ADRA), aimed at propelling Europe to the forefront of the global AI industry. EIT Digital is a Knowledge and Innovation Community of the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT), a body of the European Union.

ProWein 2024: PiWis are the Next-Gen Grapes

By Stuart Pigott and Paula Redes Sidore

Fungal disease remains the biggest obstacle to organic winegrowing, even as the organic wine category continues to grow rapidly due largely to consumer awareness to environmental issues and climate change. So their resistance of these wines to fungal infection makes the so-called PiWi grape varieties the cool new route to organic wine production.

The Staff Shortage in the Wine Industry – The Worldwide Challenge of the Future

Hardly a day goes by without at least some coverage of the effects of the staff shortage. Baby boomers – marked by high birth rates in many European countries – are exiting the job market and, often, cannot be replaced to the same extent by a younger workforce. How strongly and in which areas is the wine industry impacted by this staff shortage, and how does it react to it?

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