The FDA approval process can be like navigating a minefield for health startups hoping to get through regulations and begin selling to the American public. YC company Enzyme.io hopes to help these small businesses by automating the process for them. Biomedical engineer Jared Seehafer came up with the idea through his own experience consulting with health companies. Read More
Here’s a surprise: After 22 quarters of consecutive year-over-year revenue declines, IBM today reported that its revenue increased from Q4 2016 to Q4 2017. The company reported revenue of $22.5 billion for the last quarter, up from $21.77 billion a year ago. Read More
The robot revolution we’re in the midst of is way more interesting and way less murder-y than science fiction. Call it the multiplicity.
What exactly is happening when you wash your clothes with fatty acid salts in a candylike package?
Microsoft and Alibaba claimed software could read like a human. There’s more to the story than that.
Learning braille is a skill that, like most, is best learned at an early age by those who need it. But toddlers with vision impairment often have few or no options to do so, leaving them behind their peers academically and socially. BecDot is a toy created by the parents facing that challenge that teaches kids braille in a fun, simple way, and is both robust and affordable. Read More
Blood tests can detect eight of the most common cancers—but their accuracy still isn’t high enough to be used clinically.