Big banks' tech fears. Digital therapeutics on the ropes. AI mind reading. Here are the under-the-radar trends in tech that will reshape industries this year.
In 2023, digital health funding and deals continue to plummet from pandemic highs.
Nvidia’s frenemies. AI girlfriends. Pocket-sized LLMs. Here are our 18 genAI predictions for 2024.
The venture market downshifts further in 2023, with dealmaking and funding totals falling to 6-year lows.
We mined CB Insights data to uncover the companies Sam Altman and related entities have taken stakes in since 2019.
We rank startup accelerators like Y Combinator, Techstars, and 500 Global based on the strength of their portfolios.
Big tech has grown revenue at a breakneck pace for years. But their size — plus intensifying competition and the generative AI boom — is pressuring tech giants to find new growth avenues.
The Digital Health 50 is CB Insights’ annual ranking of the 50 most promising digital health startups in the world. This year's winners are working on making healthcare AI safer, developing new drugs and therapies, bringing clinical trials to underserved populations, and more.
Private tech company valuations are on the rise, especially at later stages. We look at how valuations, deal sizes, and deal terms are changing across the venture landscape.
Despite the generative AI boom, the AI sector sees deal volume fall to its lowest level since 2017.
Funding and deals dropped QoQ in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA), but some indicators look more positive.
The generative AI landscape is evolving rapidly. We analyze how the tech has developed, where it's going, and which trends and players you need to watch.
We visualize the billion-dollar club and break down valuation and headcount trends by industry, geography, and more.
Global venture funding shows signs of life — rebounding 11% quarter-over-quarter — while depressed deal volume and a dearth of new unicorns paint a more sober picture.