By 2030, it’s expected that 20% of the US population will be aged 65 or older – can AI revolutionize elderly care? Read about North American and European Q3 trends in M&A, Taranis’ plans after raising a $20M Series B, and opportunities between Israel and Asia. Did you know? The $34B acquisition that’s got everybody talking started with the co-founder working out of a closet; can we expect more big open source sales in the future?
Startup Nation and beyond
Kudos to Taranis on its $20M Series B! Taranis “plans to expand into more countries with this round of funding, including Australia.”
“AI can now be found in every step of the care-pathway, starting from intelligent tracking of biometric information to early diagnosis of diseases.” Read about how AI is revolutionizing elderly care.
Take a look at Pitchbook’s visual summary of M&A activity in North America and Europe for Q3 2018.
What everyone’s been talking about…read what made IBM make “the world’s second-largest technology deal ever,” (Bloomberg). 3 Things IBM Sees In Red Hat That Others Missed. Never say never…this is a company that started when the co-founder was “unemployed and working from a closet,” (CNBC). Check out why IBM buying Red Hat won’t be the last big open source sale.
More on the thriving relationship between Israel and Asia: Asia ‘woke up’ and Israeli tech companies see opportunities.