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The Next Big Step for AI? Understanding Video

For a computer, recognizing a cat or a duck in a still image is pretty clever. But a stiffer test for artificial intelligence will be understanding when the cat is… Read more »

How HR tech keeps staff aligned with an organization’s strategic goals 

When used effectively, human resource systems can elevate HR’s role in supporting organizational strategy. A critical component of any such effort is identifying and fulfilling talent requirements — present and… Read more »

Why, and how, warranties should guide edtech purchasing

School technology leaders are faced with the buying decisions of products for an entire school or district. These types of edtech purchases are a sizeable investment and, unfortunately, funding can… Read more »

Top health tech predictions for 2018

Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning will revolutionize clinical trials and GDPR will positively impact targeting capabilities, according to PulsePoint’s General Manager EMEA, Gareth Shaw, who predicts how valuable new… Read more »

Advancements in AI Are Rewriting Our Entire Economy

Once theorized as visions of a future society, technology like automation and artificial intelligence are now becoming a part of everyday life. These advancements in AI are already impacting our economy,… Read more »

11 women who prove that health tech investing isn’t a boys’ club

Women continue to represent a tiny sliver of investors in Silicon Valley and other tech hubs. But in health tech, the divide isn’t quite as stark as in other sectors…. Read more »

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The Next Big Step for AI? Understanding Video

For a computer, recognizing a cat or a duck in a still image is pretty clever. But a stiffer test for artificial intelligence will be understanding when the cat is… Read more »

tekMountain in the News

Hey entrepreneurs, investor Paul Singh is coming to Wilmington – Port City Daily

Local companies such as Live Oak Bank, nCino and tekMountain are involved with the events, among others. Several decision-making executives will be present to talk to and with entrepreneurs during… Read more »

Signs of opposition: Local businesses take stand against HB2 – Port City Daily

Last week, the Wilmington innovators behind technology business incubator tekMountain posted a petition on their website, encouraging others to go on record as opposing HB2. And another growing NC industry… Read more »

TekMountain launches online petition to rally community against HB2 – WECT-TV6

TekMountain launched an online petition in opposition to North Carolina’s controversial law, House Bill 2, for local community and business leaders to sign. The technology incubator, which houses several start-ups,… Read more »

Statewide business development programs highlights Wilmington’s innovative climate – Lumina News

Business leaders from around the state toured sites in Wilmington on Monday, including technology-incubator TekMountain, Cape Fear Community College and MARBIONIC, the University of North Carolina Wilmington marine science technology… Read more »

TekMountain Plans Community Forum On HB2 – Greater Wilmington Business Journal

“The recent signing of HB2 by North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory has attacked the civil liberties of LGBT individuals, endangered employee/employer relations and openly enables legalized discrimination in the workplace,”… Read more »

April’s Take 5 – Wilma Magazine

Audrey Speicher is director of CastleBranch Corp.’s business incubator and accelerator tekMountain. Her current role has her working closely with tech startups, but she began at the company in business… Read more »

CastleBranch Holds Grand Opening For TekMountain Thursday – Greater Wilmington Business Journal

Greater Wilmington Business JournalCastleBranch Holds Grand Opening For TekMountain ThursdayGreater Wilmington Business JournalDubbed tekMountain, the facility offers a mix of small-group work spaces, meeting pods, individual work stations and open… Read more »

CastleBranch HQ, Tek Mountain think tank debut – Lumina News

Lumina NewsCastleBranch HQ, Tek Mountain think tank debutLumina NewsAlthough it may be a fit for the refined brick office buildings that surround it on Sir Tyler Drive, the interior of… Read more »

CastleBranch Showcases TekMountain, Expanded HQ – Greater Wilmington Business Journal

Greater Wilmington Business JournalCastleBranch Showcases TekMountain, Expanded HQGreater Wilmington Business JournalCastleBranch CEO Brett Martin (left), N.C. Secretary of Commerce Sharon Decker (middle) and CastleBranch President Joe Finley discuss the future… Read more »

tekMountain to help tech startups grow

tekMountain. That’s the name of the long discussed business incubator being developed on the top floor of Castle Branch’s new world headquarters off Sir Tyler Drive. “It’s a privately held,… Read more »

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