With a software-first approach, we can improve transparency, automate tedious processes, and in some cases, even avoid the need for costly lawyers altogether.
By decoupling employment from location, COVID has spurred one of the most profound changes in real estate in the last 100 years. The effects are far-reaching.
We launched an abnormally fast source of emergency science funding during COVID-19. The results revealed the strength and weakness in current funding models.
Software is fashionable, but we need more than software to reshape our physical world. To build more, we have to prize manufacturing as more meaningful work.
Frank Chen of a16z covers the bigger picture of the chip shortage that has led to stalled production for major U.S. automakers.
The ripple effects of the SolarWinds hack, one of the largest publicly known hacks of all time, are only now starting to be felt.
As the technical capabilities of data lakes and data warehouses converge, are the separate tools and teams that run AI/ML and analytics converging as well?
The story of textiles — and of technology — is a universally human story, woven from countless threads and wires.
Ali Ghodsi and Martin Casado explore the evolution of data architectures and where they’re going, and consider a surprising use case for streaming data.