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May 28, 2016

Buddy: The companion robot accessible to everyone

From day one, our goal was to develop affordable, advanced robotics technologies with a purpose: enable richer interactions with loved ones and the world, and enhance quality of life at all ages and in everyday situations. 

That’s how Buddy came alive. This little guy protects your home, entertains all the family, serves as a smart home monitor and helps you stay connected with the ones you love. Also at school, he introduces the world of digital technology to children in a fun & engaging learning process.

Buddy is also ideally suited for seniors and less mobile people who will not only benefit from its companionship, but also from the robot’s ability to help with [...]

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May 23, 2016

Co-living fintech house opens in Greenwich

StartupHome, the first co-living for young entrepreneurs in London, was co-founded by two mentors of Level 39, and is currently divided in two chapters: StartupHome in Whitechapel and StartupHome Greenwich dedicated to Fintech.

“It was important to have the Fintech home as close as possible to Canary Wharf where Level39 resides.” Tells Stefano Tresca, one of the founders.

“We’ve been looking for the best houses in the best locations. Take StartupHome in Whitechapel for example. It is literally 7 minutes slow walking from Second Home in Brick Lane and 20 minutes from the Google [...]

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May 14, 2016

How to Make Sure You Get the Best Auto Insurance Rates

For most people, owning a car is a necessity due to the travel demands of their job and their home life. There are many things that you have to have when driving a car, but none of them are more important than auto insurance. Generally, in most states, you will need to get auto insurance before you are able to drive on the roadways legally. Attempting to Drive No Insurance is dangerous, which is why you must get a good auto policy. Even though having car insurance is a requirement, it doesn’t mean that you have to overpay. The following are a few tips on how to make sure you get the best rates on your auto insurance in your area.

Do Annual Rate Checks

The first thing [...]

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April 5, 2016

Living in Edinburgh, working in tech

We love London, we really do. Only when we find ourselves being 28 years old with a great career and still sharing a flat with 3 other (not very tidy) people, stuck on the tube for 2 hours daily, working way too hard, feeling really tired and not having time for anything fun… that’s when we understand what level of living actually means. And also that there must be better places for that.

Edinburgh is the one. The Level of Living Capital, it is also a second largest financial centre in the UK, extremely startup friendly and has almost London level of salaries with everything else significantly cheaper. It is also compact and charming and full of history and [...]

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February 26, 2016

Reasons Why a Company Will Drug Test Prospective Employees

For most people having a job is important due to the financial ability it gives them to take care of their families. The owners of businesses all across the country will have a variety of measures that they put in place to find the best possible candidates. By taking the time to put these measures in place, a business owner will be able to put the best possible members on their team. For most of the businesses out there, performing a saliva drug test is important. Below are some of the reasons why having these types of drug tests is important for a business.

Addressing Problems of a Community

One of the first reasons why a business will opt to drug test prospective employees [...]

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January 2, 2016

Should Academics Adapt Their Teaching for International Students?

International students have increased in recent years and now forms a large part of most universities. International students are often the first to fail courses due to the language barrier and differences in teaching methods. Such problems as language barrier, difficult subjects and an atmosphere in campus, lead to stress, problems with studying process and depression among foreign students. Mymathdone, leading homework help service, reports the increasing of demand on homework help among students. “It’s a connected to changes in bachelor programs in many universities. Foreign students don’t have enough time for adaptation and meet a hard [...]

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October 2, 2015

This Drone Video Shows Amazing Views Of Chicago

Filmmakers Rick Wayne and Brad Johnson left Chicago last month to take their film company Underscore Films to Los Angeles. Before they left, though, they decided to create one last film of their home city: a beautiful drone-captured video called Homesick for Chicago.

“It’s hard to say goodbye to someone you love but nothing can prepare you to say goodbye to your city,” the filmmakers wrote on YouTube. “We were born here, had our hearts broken then mended and we grew up into business men. Chicago is something you have to let into your soul to understand. Although our careers lead us out west to Los Angeles, our hearts will forever remain in the Windy [...]

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September 13, 2015

This Restaurant Serves Food With No Human Interaction

Eatsa, a new San Francisco restaurant specializing in quinoa, is doing something that turns the traditional understanding of food service on its head: the entire process, from ordering to delivery, is automated. The only humans on-site are those working behind the scenes—and even they may soon be replaced by machines.

The result is something as-of-yet unheard of, but long anticipated, in the fast food industry. From the moment you walk in the door until you leave the restaurant, no human interaction is required.

What this means depends on whether you’re a glass-half-full or half-empty kind of person. On one hand, it makes restaurant-going cheaper and more [...]

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August 28, 2015

Strategies For Avoiding Burnout

The term “burnout” gets used so often in such a wide range of situations that it can lose its impact. While Wikipedia defines burnout as long-term exhaustion and/or diminished interest in career and life events, this syndrome is not recognized as a distinct disorder in the Diagnostic Statistical Manual 5 (DSM-5), the bible for all psychological issues and the starting point for treatment.

Depriving burnout of a pathological categorization keeps too many working too hard for too long. With no concrete, widely-recognized medical definition, doctors have a tough time diagnosing it and getting the insurance coverage for its treatment. Worse, when employees at all [...]

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August 23, 2015

Wearable Tech Startup Focused On Personal Safety Raises $100k On Kickstarter

Connecticut startup Wearsafe Labs has raised more than $100,000 on Kickstarter to develop advanced wearable personal safety products, starting with the Wearsafe Tag—a small wearable panic button.

The company initially set out to raise $75,000 and surpassed that goal in less than four weeks.

“We couldn’t be happier with the success of this campaign,” says co-founder Phill Giancarlo. “But even more important, we are so appreciative to those who backed this project, who believe in our mission to really make a difference in this world.”

Wearsafe’s first product, the Wearsafe Tag, is a low-energy Bluetooth wearable device that can [...]

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