How Germany is approaching quantum computing

Dusseldorf Until now, the world of quantum computing seemed to be ordered in binary form. The US on one side, China on the other. Both countries regularly report new breakthroughs in quantum computing development. In the future, their computers should be able to solve problems that high-performance computers fail to solve. In Europe, on the … Read more

Where the future opportunities lie for energy companies

Dusseldorf Sustainable energy supply is rapidly gaining importance for European companies. The market for energy solutions is expected to quadruple by 2035. This is the result of a previously unpublished study by strategy consultancy PwC Strategy&, which is available exclusively to Handelsblatt. According to the forecast, the market value for business-to-business (B2B) energy solutions will … Read more

Curevac kicks off new research on cancer

Frankfurt Tübingen-based Curevac AG has lagged far behind in cancer research in recent years, as has vaccines. But here, too, the biotechnology company has now embarked on a new endeavor: “Oncology is the area we will be targeting in parallel with vaccines for infectious diseases,” said Franz-Werner Haas, head of the company, in an interview … Read more

Female Catalyst Fund — Gesa Miczaika & Bettine Schmitz

Düsseldorf Three million euros is a lot of money for a small start-up. A success for the Peers, a learning platform that offers continuing education programs with AI. Founder Elisa Hertzler took the money from a new innovative network. The Female Catalyst Fund of Gesa Miczaika and Bettine Schmitz made it possible. They gave money … Read more

Personio becomes the second most valuable German start-up

Munich In January alone, Personio software start-up managed to become a $ 1 billion unicorn. Founder Hanno Renner has now reached the next milestone: In a new round of financing, the Munich-based company raised another $ 270 million and, valued at more than $ 6 billion, became the second most valuable German start-up behind Celonis … Read more

More perspective in the supply chain – economy

If the leaders of SAP and BMW take the time to meet, it could be a bigger deal. This should be the case with Catena-X as well. BMW CEO Oliver Zipse sees the project, which aims to network industrial companies worldwide, as the further development of Industry 4.0 – the globally successful digital networking model … Read more

The newly formed nation of Israel is running out of founders

Tel Aviv Sagi Dagan has seen many Israeli companies emerge from nowhere. Food technology and fintechs, cyber companies and life sciences. There was never a lack of innovative men and women who wanted to implement their ideas. But now Dagan sees it less and less. He warns: “Israel’s competitive position as a ‘start-up nation’ is … Read more

Enpal, Celonis and Co .: German software champions – the heirs of SAP

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This is how artificial intelligence startups work with managers in business models

Founder Luisa Buinhas Vyoma start-up wants to use artificial intelligence to automate satellite operations. (Photo: STEFAN WIELAND) Stuttgart Before Trinh Le-Fiedler fills her shopping cart with a packet of nuts, broccoli and apples, Max’s husband plugs his smartphone into a case in the cart holder. Then everything is automatic: the items you put in the … Read more