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Tailwinds of Change: Reengineering Hardware Design and Manufacturing

In the last 40 years, tech has evolved tremendously, driving innovations on nearly every front. And yet, the software stack for hardware engineering has remained surprisingly static.

Key Takeaways from J.P. Morgan’s 41st Annual Healthcare Conference​
AI for Security: Eight Areas of Opportunity
Security for AI: The New Wave of Startups Racing to Secure the AI Stack
The Modern AI Stack: Design Principles for the Future of Enterprise AI Architectures
Generative AI: Lessons From Prior Waves

The Seven Generative AI Building Blocks for the Next Generation of Consumer Technology Companies

OpenAI’s ChatGPT reached 100 million monthly active users just two months after launch, setting the new standard for the fastest-growing consumer application in history. The landmark achievement underscored the strength of generative AI’s pull in consumer markets—surpassing even the breakthroughs of the internet and smartphones.

Video: Supply Chain Resiliency—From Robotics and Automation to Visibility

At Manifest 2023, Menlo’s Steve Sloane moderated a panel with top supply chain experts to discuss current trends and shifts within the industry, as well as their predictions for the future.

How Key Sectors Might Fare During a Post-COVID Recession
The Empire Strikes SPAC: How SPACs Can Fuel Future Investment Diversity
Don’t Forget the Pipes! Why Insurtech Infrastructure Is Poised to Be Huge!
The State of the Marketplace: A VC Digs into the Data As Several Marketplace Companies Prepare Their IPOs

Four Big Trends in Digital Health

The pandemic’s pressures compressed trends toward digital and virtual care that might otherwise have taken years into a few months.

Is It Better to Invest in Public Stocks or the Private Market During a Downturn?
Can M&A Still Thrive if Our Economy Slows? History Tells Us M&A Slows During a Recession, But This Time May Be Different
The Shift to Collaborative Robots Means the Rise of Robotics as a Service
Tailwinds of Change: Reengineering Hardware Design and Manufacturing

In the last 40 years, tech has evolved tremendously, driving innovations on nearly every front. And yet, the software stack for hardware engineering has remained surprisingly static.

April 4, 2024Feyza Haskaraman
Key Takeaways from J.P. Morgan’s 41st Annual Healthcare Conference​

For those in healthcare, JPM provides the unofficial kickoff to every new year with a chance to recap the year before and inform our view on the year ahead.

February 13, 2024Greg Yap, Johnny Hu and Ph.D.
AI for Security: Eight Areas of Opportunity

Generative AI is a powerful technology in the hands of both good and bad actors. While cybercriminals can use GenAI to complicate and expand existing threats, it’s also an incredible defensive technology.

February 8, 2024Venky Ganesan, Rama Sekhar, Feyza Haskaraman and Sam Borja
Security for AI: The New Wave of Startups Racing to Secure the AI Stack

In the race to adopt generative AI, every enterprise grapples with a common concern: security.

February 6, 2024Venky Ganesan, Rama Sekhar, Feyza Haskaraman and Sam Borja
The Modern AI Stack: Design Principles for the Future of Enterprise AI Architectures

The future of the modern AI stack is being decided now. More than ever, machines are capable of reasoning, creation, and creativity, and these new capabilities are driving enterprises to reconstruct their tech stacks.

January 18, 2024Matt Murphy, Tim Tully and Derek Xiao
Generative AI: Lessons From Prior Waves

While navigating this exciting yet complex landscape may seem daunting for startups, lessons from past tech waves, along with a thoughtful, strategic approach, can help illuminate the path forward.

May 31, 2023Steve Sloane
The Seven Generative AI Building Blocks for the Next Generation of Consumer Technology Companies

OpenAI’s ChatGPT reached 100 million monthly active users just two months after launch, setting the new standard for the fastest-growing consumer application in history. The landmark achievement underscored the strength of generative AI’s pull in consumer markets—surpassing even the breakthroughs of the internet and smartphones.

April 27, 2023Shawn Carolan and Derek Xiao
Video: Supply Chain Resiliency—From Robotics and Automation to Visibility

At Manifest 2023, Menlo’s Steve Sloane moderated a panel with top supply chain experts to discuss current trends and shifts within the industry, as well as their predictions for the future.

February 16, 2023Steve Sloane
How Key Sectors Might Fare During a Post-COVID Recession

As we consider the post-COVID economy, we reflect on previous recessions to inform our predictions about how various asset classes and business models might perform.

June 1, 2022Steve Sloane
The Empire Strikes SPAC: How SPACs Can Fuel Future Investment Diversity

SPACs were seemingly everywhere—a previously esoteric financial strategy exploded into prominence in 2020 and 2021.

May 4, 2021Steve Sloane
Don’t Forget the Pipes! Why Insurtech Infrastructure Is Poised to Be Huge!

Insurtech has been hot—at least seven venture-backed insurers will have gone public since the second half of 2020.

April 27, 2021Steve Sloane
The State of the Marketplace: A VC Digs into the Data As Several Marketplace Companies Prepare Their IPOs

The end of 2020 will be marked by a series of high-profile consumer technology IPOs, including several marketplace businesses.

December 16, 2020Venky Ganesan
Four Big Trends in Digital Health

The pandemic’s pressures compressed trends toward digital and virtual care that might otherwise have taken years into a few months.

October 9, 2020Greg Yap
Is It Better to Invest in Public Stocks or the Private Market During a Downturn?

I recently found myself wondering how venture returns correlate to public market performance during market turbulence.

May 29, 2020Steve Sloane
Can M&A Still Thrive if Our Economy Slows? History Tells Us M&A Slows During a Recession, But This Time May Be Different

Downturns are historically terrible for M&A, but there are reasons to believe that may not be the case during this recession. Markets have shown an unfortunate ability to accelerate deal...

May 28, 2020Steve Sloane
The Shift to Collaborative Robots Means the Rise of Robotics as a Service

As e-commerce continues to expand, the demand for warehouse workers is growing faster than the labor supply and creating an increased need for automation.

March 2, 2019Steve Sloane
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