AI for clinical trials. 150+ wellness startups. Apple's new charging tech.
Everyone before me was dumb
Sometimes a new person joins your team and immediately decides the way things are done is stupid and/or inefficient. They invent their own process without taking the time to understand why existing processes are in place.
Bobby Ghoshal and Nick Stamas designed this brilliant framework that describes this situation.
They’ve dubbed it The Prior Idiots Phenomenon.
This might be good to include in employee onboarding everywhere.
Cheaper, better, faster, stronger
The $65B clinical trial market needs a makeover. For patients and pharma companies alike, trials are cost- and time-intensive. Many fail due to enrollment issues.
AI could change all of that. From matching patients with trials, to enrollment, to data collection, we look at how the technology could streamline every stage of the clinical trial process. Check it out here.
So you want to be a millionaire…
Huge, if true.
Are you well?
From sipping kombucha to experimenting with the latest CBD oil to napping in an airport sleep pod, wellness has invaded our society — and startups are riding the trend.
We rounded up 150+ companies that are promoting wellness in nutrition, fitness, business, travel, and more. Check them out here.
Amazon dominates the public cloud landscape with 64% of tech professionals running applications on AWS. But Microsoft and Google have each acquired 24 cloud-related companies over the last 5 years — twice as many as Amazon.
Apple is looking to get into wireless charging tech. Its new patent describes charging its devices by stacking them on top of each other and matching up charging points, which can both send and receive power.