The third annual report on European Deep Tech launched at startup conference Slush shows that so-called Deep Tech startups are leading the way in what has been a challenging time for global startups.


Generative AI tools are on the rise. For LLMs to provide value, they must be able to operate on all data. Today’s policies dictate what data can and cannot be shared. While such regulations are critical to protect our privacy, it creates enormous friction.


We know that in fields that rely on scientific innovation such as AI, biotech, and sustainable technologies, startups are one of the main sources of innovation. But are certain areas where a startup does not have the right to innovate?


"Just because at the moment less money is spent, Silicon Valley is no less successful than in the past."


Our world has undergone disruption at an unprecedented scale over the past few years. The global pandemic exposed very deep flaws in our current systems, but also opened up exciting opportunities for innovation and advancement.


Was 2022 a pivotal year for European Deep Tech? Read our European Deep Tech Report in collaboration with Dealroom and Lakestar to learn more about it.


Founder Spotlight: As a next-generation Web3 infrastructure company, Ingonyama is building an optimized hardware/software stack for ZK proofs and other advanced cryptographic primitives. Dive into ZK protocol with Omer Shlomovits, Founder of Ingonyama.


Shankar Chandran sits down with Vikram Chatterji, co-founder and CEO of Galileo


“Machine learning right now is becoming pervasive,” says Galileo cofounder Vikram Chatterji. “It’s like what software engineering used to be. Every company will rely on machine learning in some shape or form.”


Deep Dive into ZKP with Francis Ho


"We are now entering an era where machines can process and generate text at a high quality,” says Ori Goshen, cofounder of AI21 Labs. “At AI21, we are reimagining the way humans read and write, for the better.”


Founders Spotlight: Read the entrepreneurial journey of Raluca Popa, Rishabh Poddar, and Ion Stoica, the founders of Opaque Systems, a spinout of RiseLab, the prolific open-source research lab at UC Berkeley.


Founder Spotlight: Josh Patterson and Wes McKinney share insights about their entrepreneurial journey


Kamil Tamiola on a mission to build better drugs


The Next Wave: Out of the AI Winter & Into the Neuro-Symbolic Future with Yoav Shoham


The Next Wave: How Big Data and Continuous Monitoring Can Improve Our Health


The Next Wave: Young Sohn sat down with fellow Founding Managing Partner, Lip-Bu Tan. During their fireside chat, they discussed the current state of technology and venture capital.


The Art of Company Building: In this interview, IonQ co-founder Jungsang Kim talks about how Francis helped IonQ exploit a massive $65 billion market opportunity and become the first publicly traded pure-play quantum computing company.


The Next Wave: Young Sohn speaks with Professor Emeritus David Patterson the differences in AI subsets and what it means for our technological future now that we are approaching the end of Moore’s law.


The Art of Company Building: In this interview, Innovium co-founder and CEO Rajiv Khemani talks about his entrepreneurial journey and his experience working with Lip-Bu Tan, one of the very first investors in the company.


The Art of Company Building: In this interview, Solarisbank CEO Roland Folz discusses how board member Young Sohn is helping the company drive further growth and reimagine the future of digital banking.


The Art of Company Building: In this interview, Ambarella co-founder and CEO Fermi Wang talks about the marathon journey from startup to public company and the critical coaching provided by Lip-Bu along the way.


The Next Wave: Young Sohn sits down with Hélène Huby, VP Orion – ESM at Airbus, to discuss the current state of space exploration.


The Next Wave: Young Sohn talks with BioNTech co-founder and CEO Dr. Uğur Şahin about their work with Pfizer on the COVID-19 vaccine.


The Next Wave: Young Sohn sits down with Simon Segars for a fascinating deep dive into the future of computing, communications, and global commerce.


The Next Wave: Young Sohn sits down with VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger to discuss the network virtualization giant’s rapid growth curve, and ambitious plans for an increasingly digital world ahead.


The Next Wave: Young Sohn sits down with International TV Presenter and Journalist Ali Aslan to discuss the future of Artificial Intelligence.


The Next Wave: Young Sohn sits down with Amnon Shashua, CEO Mobileye to talk about the great transformation of the automotive industry.


The Next Wave: Young Sohn talks with the CEO of Wellcome Leap, Dr Regina Dugan, about innovation, leadership, and making a lasting impact.


The Next Wave: Young Sohn sits down with Alex van Someren, Managing Partner of the Early Stage Funds at Amadeus Capital for a fascinating look and discussion on today’s key technology megatrends.


In this talk, Lip-Bu Tan looks at how AI and machine learning will drive growth in core technologies like semiconductors, memory architecture, data-centers, and 5G, letting us use this powerful technological tool for social good.


Founded by Young Sohn and Bill Tai, The Extreme Tech Challenge is the world's largest social innovation startup competition.