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.
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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.
Ingonyama presents their ZK movie for a general audience. The company is not just navigating today’s challenges but preparing for a future in which Zero-Knowledge is a cornerstone of our online interactions.
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?
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.
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