I have wanted to share this for a while and it never seemed to be the right moment. Well, here it is! This is an IBM Watson-powered cognitive financial companion for your complex financial life. The video walks you through a day in your life with your financial lifestyle companion. Continue reading We built a Watson Powered Financial Companion
Lets change the way we eat or we will destroy the planet. We need to act now and food tech could be a large part of the solution for a better planet. Food innovation has already found ways to replace meat and eggs with plants and also insects. Continue reading We need to change what we eat!
Great Simians is announcing a new studio company, Dinewhere Dinewhere is a mobile app (and later webb) that will solve two things: Restaurant discovery Great prices Includes only curated better casual and fine dining restaurants Dinewhere will be released to a limited group in September and dependent of the result from that group, to the … Continue reading Dinewhere
This is the philosophy behind Great Simians and why I love apes, not a detailed description of the company Great Simians. That can be found on our site greatsimians.com How it started It actually started many years ago. I needed a handle online and since I loved apes I chosed Silverback, or to be honest, … Continue reading What about all these apes and what does Great Simians mean?
Congratulations to a great IPO Zendesk, but also to Singapore based Zopim that got $10.9M in shares in the $30M acquisition I do not regularly write about IPOs and companies that go public, but as a long-time customer and fan to Zendesk and as they also is a, by origin, a company from Denmark it … Continue reading Zendesk IPO a success
I will be blunt, for me MVP is a glorified way to build a product that lacks both revenue-model as well as business-model. It is all about tech geeks that want to build cool stuff. An inside-out approach. Some might succeed, but millions will and have failed! I have probably already pissed quite a few … Continue reading Why I do not like MVP – minimum viable product