CodiumAI is using generative AI to help developers automate code logic tests.

With two decades of experience in the tech industry, CodiumAI founder and CEO Itamar Friedman has personally experienced the pain of building test suites to test code logic. While there are tools for testing code security and performance, code logic testers have proven to be lacking. He started CodiumAI to solve those problems by coming […]

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Brakes slide on Concours with extended travel.

In another example of how competitive the expense management space has become, Brax announced today its expansion into travel. In addition to seeking to wrest market share from incumbents such as Concur, Brax is also launching startups such as Navan (formerly TripAction) – which previously started its business in travel expense management. By expanding the […]

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Daily Crunch: Bing allows users to generate images using the ‘latest DALL-E models’.

To get TechCrunch’s biggest and most important stories delivered to your inbox every day at 3pm PDT; Register here. Happy Tuesday Crunch, beautiful, strong and smart people. I’m so glad you’re with us! Let’s get to it! – Christine And came TechCrunch’s Top 3 Picture questionsMicrosoft is letting Bing users discover their most creative selves […]

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TechCrunch+ roundup: Big Data’s cloud backlash, CVC pitch tips, risky hardware startups

For most of the information age, companies looking to scale invested in server farms and hired teams to run them. At one of my startup jobs, I drove in one day to meet two sleeping colleagues who spent the night setting up servers at a shared location 60 miles away. Not long ago, when I […]

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Everything you need to know about accelerators and accelerators

Early stage founders need mentorship and support to build a successful startup, and conventional wisdom says, “Get into an incubator or accelerator!” He says. However, the two programs are not interchangeable—they serve very different purposes—and there are approximately 500 accelerators and 1,400 incubators in the US alone. What kind of startup program do you need, […]

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SaaS is still open for business, but it takes more time to buy and sell

Ryan Neu is the founder and CEO of SaaS procurement platform Vendor. Previously, he was the B2B SaaS Sales Leader at both InVision and HubSpot. More posts by this contributor Surviving the SaaS Tsunami: Optimize your technology stack to reduce risk and free up cash flow. “The Great Restructuring” It went ahead and Layoffs.fyi tracked […]

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Nivea launches new cloud services and partnerships to train generative AI

At the annual GPU Technology Conference, it announced a suite of cloud services designed to help businesses build and run creative AI models trained on custom data and created for “domain-specific tasks” like writing ad copy. Each individual cloud service under the Nvidia AI Foundation brand – Nvidia NeMo for language models and Nvidia Picasso […]

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Waspfly, which is developing a ‘drop-down’ replacement for Redis, has raised $21m

Oded Ponch and Roman Gershman experienced the pain of managing and scaling Redis, an open source database, in their early engineering careers. The pair worked together at both Google and Ubisoft, and Roman was a principal at Amazon’s Elasticsearch service. “Developers are fed up with hand-holding their infrastructure,” Ponchez told TechCrunch in an email interview. […]

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Mapping drone startup Wingtra is eyeing a new future after landing $22M.

Wingtra drones are used by organizations around the world, including NASA and the Army Corps of Engineers, to perform surveying missions. Now that the startup has landed $22 million in Series B funding, it’s planning a new expansion strategy that will use it to improve existing technology and add new features. “Our product roadmap is […]

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The round table expands the financial support at the round table

French startup Roundtable has raised $3.2 million (€3 million) in funding from a hundred business angels. That’s quite a group of individual investors – but that’s because Roundtable runs the angel investment platform for European startups. Backed by eFounders, the company takes care of administrative, legal and financial processes related to startup investments. Roundtable is […]

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