2016’s most viewed English Wikipedia articles. The Donald just keeps winning bigly.
Tomorrow, we kick off The Innovation Summit with 3 killer sessions. Join the livestream as we start with a bang at 9AM PST.
Ari Levy (CNBC) talks about the interfaces of the future with Megan Quinn (Spark Capital), Arthur Johnson (Twilio Head of M&A), and Jeremy Liew (Lightspeed Venture Partners)
Nick Bilton (Vanity Fair) talks with Chamath Palihapitiya (Social Capital). Chamath and Bilton spoke at the Vanity Fair Summit about how to fix Twitter. It’s a good convo (see The Blurb)
Robin Wigglesworth (The Financial Times) sits down with Scott Kupor (A16Z) to discuss AI, healthcare, the markets, and more.
We end the day with a conversation with Billy Beane of the Oakland A’s talking Moneyball, sabermetrics, and advanced analytics. I’m really excited for this conversation as we’ve been heavily inspired by his work to bring a data-driven orientation to a trade full of pundits.
As phishing schemes become more common, startups are offering cybersecurity products and services to counter these and other email-based attacks. We identified 10 email security startups to watch. The companies on our list all obtained funding since 2016, and have raised at least $1M.
The Industry Standard
CB Insights data is the most trusted by those in the industry and the media. A few recent hits.
Business Insider UK. A report on Samsung’s Gear VR headsets and their performance with a reference to CB Insights’ investment data.
Chicago Tribune. Kate MacArthur (@katemacarthur) writes about Chicago’s tech climate and whether the city can support the growth of “redwoods,” or companies such as Facebook, LinkedIn, and Salesforce, and quotes CB Insights research director Marcelo Ballve (@ballve) on the subject.