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Amazon puts its own “brands” first above better-rated products

It took Robert Gomez about five months to get his Kaffe coffee grinder to the big leagues in e-commerce: among the first three search results for “coffee grinder” on Amazon.com. Gomez, founder of Atlanta-based consumer goods startup 4Q Brands, said he obsessively refined his photos and description, amassed reviews from happy customers, and paid Amazon $40,000 a month on advertising to boost sales, one of the elements Amazon tells sellers will increase search ranking. Robert Gomez, owner of start...
Tags: Amazon, Startups, Tech, Atlanta, Insider, Gomez, Buford Ga, Kaffe, Robert Gomez, Next Featured, 4Q Brands


This Linux and Git training can be a big step in your web development career

TLDR: The Mastering Linux and Git Certification Bundle offers insight into the open-source operating system, even if you’ve never touched a line of Linux code before. Everybody knows about Windows and MacOS. But everybody doesn’t know serious computing. While those operating systems may run all the personal PCs you see, the world’s most powerful computers run on the operating system real experts swear by: Linux. In fact, in a check of the world’s 500 fastest supercomputers, each and every one of...
Tags: Startups, Offers


9 reasons why you’ll never become a Data Scientist

Disclaimer: This story is not meant to discourage you. Rather, it should serve as a long hard look in the mirror. So you’re enthusiastic about Data Science, you’ve read a couple dozen blog posts and completed a few online classes. Now you’re dreaming of making this your career. After all, it’s the sexiest job of the 21st century, according to Harvard Business Review. But despite your enthusiasm, Data Science might not be for you. At this moment in time, you’re holding too many illusions and fals...
Tags: Startups, Harvard Business Review, Insider, Neural


Pre-Employment Screening Options And Trends In South Australia (SA)

Over the past few years, there’s been a marked increase in adopting strict pre-employment checks by employers to ensure workplace safety. The post Pre-Employment Screening Options And Trends In South Australia (SA) appeared first on Young Upstarts.
Tags: Startups, South Australia, Others, Hiring Practices, Employment Check


How To Crowdfund Your Startup: A Quick Guide

Finding the funds to get your startup off the ground and running in the right direction isn’t always easy. Here's how to crowdfund your startup. The post How To Crowdfund Your Startup: A Quick Guide appeared first on Young Upstarts.
Tags: Startups, Crowdfunding, Startup, Others, Startup Advice, Raising Funds


What’s a ‘digital twin’? And why do we need it for EV batteries?

Although lithium-ion batteries have long been the focus of EV development, issues such as battery aging and safety still aren’t fully understood. That’s mainly because current battery management systems can obtain little information from a battery, and with poor real-time capability. They also can’t store or process large amounts of data during the operation of a vehicle.  But don’t lose your hope just yet, because digital twin tech could actually be a huge game-changer. What’s a digital twin? B...
Tags: Startups, Shift, Shift Basics


How many ‘office days’ a week are enough? You shouldn’t need to ask

COVID-19 has fundamentally changed our relationship with the office. After the enforced experiment of lockdowns pushing about 40% of the labor force into working from home, few of us want to return to the pre-pandemic status quo. Yes, we miss the sociability of the workplace, but surveys show at least three-quarters of us want the option to spend a few days working at home and a few days in the office. But what exactly is the right balance? The experience of working from home has helped break do...
Tags: Startups, Growth Quarters


Everything we know about Google’s Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro so far

Google‘s Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro will officially be launched on October 19, and in typical fashion, we know a ton of details about the phones well before their release. That’s in part due to unintentional leaks, but also because Google itself has already told us a ton of information about the device’s hardware. There’s a lot to be excited about with the Pixel 6, as it seems Google is taking hardware for the first time since… well, ever. Pixel phones have always been vehicles to show off Google’s...
Tags: Google, Startups, Pixel, Plugged, Next Featured


Sorry former Pentagon expert, but China is nowhere near winning the AI race

Nicolas Chaillan, the Pentagon’s former Chief Software Officer, is on a whirlwind press tour to drum up as much fervor for his radical assertion that the US has already lost the AI race against China. Speaking to the Financial Times in his first interview after leaving his post at the Pentagon, Chaillan said: We have no competing fighting chance against China in 15 to 20 years. Right now, it’s already a done deal. Chaillan’s departure from the Pentagon was preceded by a “blistering letter” where...
Tags: Startups, Politics, Opinion, China, US, Tech, Artificial Intelligence, United States, Pentagon, Financial Times, Neural, Nicolas Chaillan, Next Featured, Chaillan, Pentagon Chaillan


AI project brings the climate crisis to your home

Scientists have developed a novel way of making people care about climate change: flooding their homes. Not their real homes, of course; the destruction is merely a  simulation — for now. But projecting catastrophic consequences onto familiar places could generate awareness through empathy. “Shock is not the endgame here,” said study lead author Victor Schmidt, a PhD candidate at the Mila Quebec AI Institute in Montreal, Canada. “We want to trigger and leverage emotions towards actions.” Climate...
Tags: Startups, Insider, Montreal Canada, SCHMIDT, Neural, Next Featured, Victor Schmidt, Mila Quebec AI Institute


5 Words That Help You Lead Effectively During Turbulent Times

It can be quite difficult to lead during turbulent times. Dr. Delatorro McNeal II shares 5 simple words that can recalibrate your ability to lead effectively, even during chaotic times. The post 5 Words That Help You Lead Effectively During Turbulent Times appeared first on Young Upstarts.
Tags: Startups, Leadership, Thinking Aloud, Leading People, Dr. Delatorro McNeal II, Delatorro McNeal


How To Find Top Talent In A WFH World

The impact of work from home and the rapid adoption of technologies like Zoom and MS Teams that made it possible have led to significant hiring challenges. The post How To Find Top Talent In A WFH World appeared first on Young Upstarts.
Tags: Startups, Hiring, Professionalisms, Talent Acquisition, Talent Retention, Finding Talent, Beth VanStory, Christine Corte


4 things to know about China’s longest-ever crewed spaceflight mission

China’s Shenzhou-13 spacecraft is about to begin its voyage to the Tiangong space station. The spaceflight is set to feature a range of pioneering moments and intriguing tasks. Here are four key facts about the mission. It’s China’s longest crewed mission yet The crew is heading for Tiangong, China’s first long-term space station, which is being constructed in low Earth orbit. China aims to complete the station by December 2022. The six-month mission will be the longest time that Chinese astrona...
Tags: Startups, Space, China, Insider, Shenzhou, Tiangong, Next Featured, Tiangong China


7 Reasons Why Young Startups Should Outsource Their Cleaning

Professional cleaners can make your life easier in many ways. Here are 7 reasons why startups should outsource their cleaning to professional cleaning services. The post 7 Reasons Why Young Startups Should Outsource Their Cleaning appeared first on Young Upstarts.
Tags: Startups, Outsourcing, Others, Cleaning Services


‘Confused’ Waymo robotaxis keep flooding dead-end street in San Francisco

Residents of an otherwise quiet neighborhood in San Francisco have been dealing lately with a very weird affliction: the constant buzzing of several Waymo vehicles crowding a dead-end street. The self-driving taxis are flooding the end of 15th Avenue, appearing rather “confused” as they enter the area, residents told local news station KPIX. What the f is happening? “I noticed it while I was sleeping,” said resident Jennifer King to the outlet. “I awoke to a strange hum and I thought there was a...
Tags: Startups, San Francisco, Shift, KPIX, Jennifer King, Distract


If you suffer from snoring, this smart eye mask could stop the rumble in its tracks

TLDR: The VVFly Smart Snore Eye Mask sends gentle vibrations to adjust your sleep and knock out snoring once and for all.  For decades, snoring has been played for laughs. From Popeye to Fred Flintstone, a sleeper loudly sawing logs has been a comedy staple for film, TV, cartoons, and beyond forever.  But the reality is that snoring isn’t really all that funny. Just ask anyone who snores — or those that try to live with them. Medically speaking, snoring is usually a sign of a type of sleep apnea...
Tags: Startups, Offers, Popeye, Fred Flintstone


This Jupiter-like planet survived its dying star — and it could offer clues for our own Solar System

How will the Solar System die? It’s a hugely important question that researchers have speculated a lot about, using our knowledge of physics to create complex theoretical models. We know that the Sun will eventually become a “white dwarf”, a burnt stellar remnant whose dim light gradually fades into darkness. This transformation will involve a violent process that will destroy an unknown number of its planets. So which planets will survive the death of the Sun? One way to seek the answer is to l...
Tags: Startups, Space, Jupiter, Next Featured


Dear robot, I have diarrhea: Why we trust machines with embarrassing problems

Many TV shows have a scene where a customer attempts to buy a potentially embarrassing product – a pornographic magazine perhaps or a diarrhea treatment – only to have the assistant loudly check the price or ask questions for other people to hear. Situations like this do happen in pharmacies and other shops. And they tend to make people squirm. But, what if they could interact with a robot instead of a human employee? In our recent research, my colleagues and I found the use of robots, rather th...
Tags: Startups, Insider, Marketing and SEO


Forget ladders, think of your career as a river

Something seemed very wrong with the way I’d been taught to think about my career progression. Like so many of us, I’d heard professional journeys described as climbing a ladder or following a path. But as I moved forward in my work as a journalist, I wasn’t moving in a straight line. The field I was pursuing, called audience engagement, was relatively new. I certainly hadn’t taken any courses on it in college, and two of the companies I would later work for didn’t even exist when I graduated. H...
Tags: Startups, Growth Quarters


Vvolt Sirius review: This low-maintenance ebike is like riding on a cloud

New ebike companies enter the crowded market seemingly every other week. They tend to fall into one of two categories: copycats sourcing generic designs, or companies promising a myriad of gimmicky features that do little to add to the actual ride experience. Many seem more interesting in cashing in on the trend than actually building bikes meant to last, crowdfunding bikes with little support afterward. Vvolt‘s launch this year was a refreshing change of pace. While it goes without saying that ...
Tags: Startups, Shift, Plugged, Next Featured, Vvolt Sirius


HTC’s lightweight Vive Flow is a VR headset you can take anywhere

HTC today announced the Vive Flow, its smallest and lightest VR headset yet. While the reflective lenses on the outside make it seem like this may be an AR headset — one that lets you see the outside world — this is strictly a VR affair. The $499 device tethers to an external power source and is more focused on lightweight immersive experiences than the high-end gaming VR headsets are normally used for. HTC says the Vive flow is “taking technology in a new direction, focusing not on what we do, ...
Tags: Startups, Htc, Insider, Plugged


WhatsApp now offers encrypted backups. Here’s how to opt in

WhatsApp is finally letting users encrypt the backups of their messages. Facebook owner Mark Zuckerberg announced on Thursday that the feature is now being rolled out to iOS and Android users globally. The feature secures backups stored on Google Drive or Apple’s iCloud with end-to-end encryption. This encryption will provide more privacy and security, but it’s not enabled by default. Here’s how to turn the feature on: Make sure you’ve got the latest version of WhatsApp. Open Settings. Tap Chats...
Tags: Apple, Google, Startups, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Basics, Insider, Plugged


Building An Empowered Workforce

Eric Strafel shares 3 factors for small businesses need to look at to establish processes to manage employee performance, provide feedback, and develop their teams. The post Building An Empowered Workforce appeared first on Young Upstarts.
Tags: Startups, Management, Workforce Management, Managing People, Professionalisms, Empowered Workforce, Eric Strafel


Save more than $60 on this versatile Apple iPad

The iPad is among the most notable innovations from technology giant, Apple, and for the last decade, generations of this device have made a major impact on daily lifestyles for users of all ages. From professional purposes and customer service to in-class learning and personal entertainment, the iPad provides plenty of capabilities in a small package. In a world that requires many of us to be able to work and learn from anywhere, these devices are more valuable than ever. You can accomplish a l...
Tags: Apple, Startups, Offers


Master the markets of cryptocurrency, NFTs, day trading, and more with these low-cost course bundles

The fallout of this COVID-19 era has dramatically altered the job market, presenting new pathways to professional success for full-time work or supplemental income. Fortunately, if you develop the necessary knowledge and skills, there are highly lucrative industries awaiting that allow you to work from home. Get on top of your finances and start building your wealth with modern insight on the evolving markets that will ultimately help shape the future of global economics. For a limited time, you...
Tags: Startups, Offers


Artists create AI that predicts who the police will kill next

A new artwork has inverted the application of predictive policing. Instead of forecasting crimes committed by civilians, the project predicts which civilians will be killed by police. The future victims are memorialized on a website called Future Wake. None of them, however, are real people. Each identity and story is generated by AI. Yet the predictions about their deaths are based on historical events. The AI-generated victims explain how they died. Credit: Future Wakes. Future Wake was funded...
Tags: Startups, Mozilla, Insider, Neural


Being ‘successful’ is a state of mind — so adopt it

Boris is the wise ol’ founder of TNW who writes a weekly column on everything about being an entrepreneur in tech — from managing stress to embracing awkwardness. You can get his musings straight to your inbox by signing up for his newsletter! I have a reputation for being a successful entrepreneur, but the rumors of my success have been greatly exaggerated. Mostly by me. I have learned that perception is reality for a lot of things in life. So over the years, I have always celebrated my wins an...
Tags: Startups, Boris, Growth Quarters


33 startup companies that are currently hiring remote workers

In amidst of The Great Resignation, 33 companies are rising as the top startups to work for remotely Jessie Casson/Getty Images More people are looking for jobs with flexibility to work from home amid the 'Great Resignation.' LinkedIn recently released its 2021 Top Startups list featuring businesses that are hiring remotely. From Daily Harvet to Cameo, here are 33 companies hiring with remote work availability. Looking for a new gig? You're not alone. 55% of us are planning to ...
Tags: Startups, London, Jobs, Instagram, Oregon, Boston, New York City, San Francisco, Trends, Strategy, Linkedin, Remote Work, Atlanta, Palo Alto, Chicago, Brooklyn


The new Electron-Ion Collider could solve the mystery of how matter holds together

When the Nobel Prize-winning US physicist Robert Hofstadter and his team fired highly energetic electrons at a small vial of hydrogen at the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center in 1956, they opened the door to a new era of physics. Until then, it was thought that protons and neutrons, which make up an atom’s nucleus, were the most fundamental particles in nature. They were considered to be “dots” in space, lacking physical dimensions. Now it suddenly became clear that these particles were not fun...
Tags: Startups, Science, US, Stanford Linear Accelerator Center, Hofstadter, Electron Ion Collider, Robert Hofstadter, Next Featured


The transport industry isn’t doing enough to halt climate change, report says

Despite a global push towards cleaner forms of energy, we are not on track to battle global warming, the International Energy Agency (IEA) warns in its World Energy Outlook 2021 report. Even more alarmingly, the scenarios mapped out in the report show that announced pledges fall far short of the emission reductions needed to limit the temperature rises to 1.5 Celsius degrees — beyond which the worst impacts of climate change will be felt. Feeling depressed yet? Me too. Transport at the core of t...
Tags: Startups, Insights, Shift, International Energy Agency IEA