April 1, 2014
By Sean Kandel. This article originally appeared on Harvard Business Review, April 1, 2014.
As organizations collect increasingly large and diverse data sets, the demand for skilled data scientists will continue to rise. In fact, it was dubbed “The Sexiest Job of the 21st Century” by Harvard Business Review.
Unfortunately, the day-to-day […]
March 6, 2014
This article originally appeared on the Stanford Graduate School of Business Tumblr page, March 6, 2014.
In last week’s “Nuts & Bolts” talk at Stanford GSB, Lecturer Robert Siegel (MBA ‘94) shared insights on hiring and compensating employees at a startup. Read three key takeaways below, and view the slides from his talk here […]
February 21, 2014
By Rich Steeves. This article originally appeared on Inside Counsel, February 21, 2014.
Lex Machina has announced that its technology will be used to complement the United States Patent and Trademark Office’s (USPTO) new online toolkit, which provides free, public information about demand letters to businesses and consumers.
On February 20, the White House issued […]
February 4, 2014
By Jordan Novet. This article originally appeared on VentureBeat, February 4, 2014.
Before data scientists can uncover correlations, anomalies and other signals hidden in large volumes of data, they must perform tedious and time-consuming work: getting the data ready for analysis.
The process, known as data transformation, is not generally thought of as a sexy task. […]
January 24, 2014
By Alex Woodie. This article originally appeared on Datanami, January 24, 2014.
Having a big data set is a bit like owning a big house. There are many more activities available to you and your friends, but at the end of the day, keeping the house clean and tidy is a major expense. What the world really needs […]
January 23, 2014
By Chethan Ramachandran. This article originally appeared on VentureBeat, January 23, 2014.
This sponsored post is produced by Chethan Ramachandran, the CEO of Playnomics.
The world of mobile marketing moves fast, so why use outdated metrics that are no longer accurate representations of your application’s health? Here are five metrics you should be focusing […]
January 9, 2014
By Bernadette Tansey. This article originally appeared on Xconomy, January 9, 2014.
There’s a straight line from Amir Belson’s boyhood dreams to ZipLine, a startup exploring new ways for patients to heal after surgery.
When Belson was six or seven, he started bringing his inventions to his father. At age nine, the Israeli […]
January 7, 2014
This article originally appeared on VentureBeat, January 21, 2014.
Financing comes on the heels of clinical study showing that ZipLine produces suture-like outcomes with significant surgical time-savings
CAMPBELL, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–January 21, 2014–
ZipLine Medical announced today that it has closed a Series C financing round in the amount of $4.3 million. […]
December 31, 2013
By Derrick Harris. This article originally appeared on Gigaom, December 31, 2013.
The legal profession is inherently conservative when it comes to adopting new technologies and practices, but firms and lawyers that want to stand out in an evolving field might want to jump on the big data bandwagon sooner rather than later.
Law firms took […]
December 23, 2013
By Phillip J. Bond. This article originally appeared on The Hill, December 23, 2013.
Somewhat late to the dance, the US legal system is finally meeting information technology. And Josh Becker has made sure there is a “law machine” ready to take patent proceedings into the 21st Century.
Becker, a successful VC and tech pro in […]