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Blog & Resources
The Unforgiving Asymptote of Chasing Machine Learning Gains
Insights into optimizing efforts for machine learning projects.
Commercial Satellites Expose Authoritarians to Unwelcome Transparency
Where in the World, Part 3: Further Analysis of Cross-view Image Geolocalization
Where in the World, Part 2: A Deep Learning Model for Cross-view Image Geolocalization
Introducing Atlas: A Tool for Visualizing Deep Tech Relationships at Scale
The Intersection: Diversity & the Workplace
In this episode, Steve Bowsher is joined by John Rice, Founder and CEO of Management Leadership for Tomorrow, a national non-profit organization that empowers a new generation of diverse leaders to combat racial and economic inequality. Listen in as the two explore how the diversity of talents inside organizations is critical to attaining organizational objectives and developing the most innovative companies. The two explore best ways to obtain diverse talents, as well as how to build and nurture talents in an ideal setting that satisfies people from diverse cultures and backgrounds.
IQT Explains: Climate Tech
The climate technology sector is a mature asset class that provides investors with considerable financial returns as well as the potential for outsized environmental and social impact. In this episode, we are joined by Victoria Chernow, A Technology Architect, who works on innovation in the next generation of nuclear energy and engineered biology for energy and materials manufacture, and Steve Taub, a recovering mechanical engineer with 10+ years’ experience as a corporate venture capitalist. Listen in to learn more about climate technology, including what it is, why it’s essential, and how we might utilize it to help design a brighter future for us all.
For more information, check out Steve and Victoria’s Climate Tech blog at iqt.org/blog.