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1. Tide is Turning as Women Expose ‘Bro Culture’
By Shirley Leung – The Boston Globe
Digest: Angel Investor
Curator: Berg Moe
Armed with postgraduate degrees from MIT and Harvard, Heidi Wyle set out to help build tech companies. On one interview she was told: “We haven’t had a professional woman in this office, and we don’t want to start now.” Really? Read More
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2. New Jersey Investor Pledges to End Supermarket Waste in Five Years
By Emma Cosgrove – AgFunder
Digest: Food Tech
Curators: David Nagy, Winnie Leung
California Safe Soil technology is headed to the East Coast in a big way with the goal of ending supermarket fresh food waste in the United States in five years. Read More
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3. Apple Tests 3-D Face Scanning to Unlock Next iPhone
Curator: Edith Yeung
In addition to the face unlock feature, Apple is testing next-generation iPhone prototypes that include a dedicated chip for processing artificial intelligence tasks and screens that can display content at a higher frame rate. The AI chip is internally called the Apple Neural Engine and would improve battery life by handling tasks like image recognition and typing suggestions. Read More
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4. 10 Ways to Break Down Barriers for Entrepreneurs in Your Community
By Sarah Morgan – NationSwell
Digest: Startup Communities
Curators: Julian Miller, Brad Feld, Shane Reiser
Here’s some actionable insights from 400+ community leaders like you. Read More
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5. Take Naps at Work. Apologize to No One.
By Tim Herrera – The New York Times
Digest: Leadership & Resiliency
Curator: Miriam Meima
“Companies are suffering from tremendous productivity problems because people are stressed out” and not recovering from the workday, said Josh Bersin, principal and founder of Bersin by Deloitte. “They’re beginning to realize that this is their problem, and they can’t just say to people, ‘Here’s a work-life balance course, go teach yourself how to manage your inbox,’ ” Mr. Bersin said. “It’s way more complicated than that.” I found this very insightful when looking at productivity in a new way. My husband also takes 20-minute naps regularly and it gives him the energy needed to have an incredible afternoon of productivity. Read More
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