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Break your ideation limits by checking 10 Breakthrough Technologies of 2017 from MIT Technology Review

Would you like to give your imagination a fly with real possibilities? Then the following link from MIT Technology Review is for you. According to them: These technologies all have staying power. They will affect the economy and our politics, improve medicine, or influence our culture. Some are unfolding now; others will take a decade or more to develop. But you should know about all of them right now.
Reversing Paralysis Scientists are making remarkable progress at using brain implants to restore the freedom of movement that spinal cord injuries take away. Availability: 10 to 15 years Self-Driving Trucks Tractor-trailers without a human at the wheel will soon barrel onto highways near you. What will this mean for the nation’s 1.7 million truck drivers? Availability: 5 to 10 years Paying with Your Face Face-detecting systems in China now authorize payments, provide access to facilities, and track down criminals. Will other countries follow? Availability: Now Practical Quantum Computers A…

Failure Stories Are More Important Than Successful Ones

We are living in a society where success stories are glorified and failure stories are horrified. Isn’t it so? But believe me it’s terrible. We need to break this system. I will tell you why? Let’s have an analogy.
Suppose you are at the START point in the above picture. Now your destination is the END point. So you will be successful when you will reach the END point in the picture. Now if I tell you some success stories or events it will tell you about the END point. So you will get an idea about END point only. I’m not telling that it’s not required. But listening success stories means knowing the END point – the destination. That’s required only once to get the idea of END point. But the main effort is in the meanwhile i.e the road – the smooth – the rough – the anything possible road. As this road is not a straight line joining the START and END point. It’s a totally unpredictable, random road full of chaos. Like in the picture you can see different points in the road like A, B,…

What Investors Look for in a Startup

Before approaching investors, every startup founder should ask themselves what investors look for in their startup. Below information will guide you to prepare for this question with data driven insight. Team: Most of the investors give first priority to the startup team to for investment. According to them, they mostly care about the following features of the team – PASSION .. PASSION and only PASSION: How the passionate the co-founders and the teams are.Lots of Energy but Open for feedback (Humble)Endurance / Consistency Please check the below video to ignite yourself with the startup fire.
Are you solving a real problem? It’s no matter what big names of the technologies you are using. They only would like to ask you,” Are you solving a real problem?”. So be ready for that. Have you made any product, project, POC or at least any prototype? Investors don’t have any intention to invest in a startup which is in a business plan stage. So make at least one product / project / sample / pro…