BLAK TeK – 9.10.20

For Black CEOs in Silicon Valley, Humiliation Is a Part of Doing Business By Priya Anand and Sarah McBride - Bloomberg A questionable piece of advice often given to Black business leaders: Hire a White wingman... Will Hayes in Olympic Valley, Calif. on June 10. Photographer: Max Whittaker/Bloomberg This AI Expert From Senegal Is Helping Showcase Africans In STEM Andrew … Continue reading BLAK TeK – 9.10.20

BLAK TeK – 8.14.20

MEET MIKE BUGEMBE, THE ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE EXPERT WHO HELPED BOOST A COMPANY’S VALUE TO $100 MILLION By Cedric 'BIG CED' Thornton - Black Enterprise Bugembe, the founder of data company lens.ai, spoke to Black Enterprise about his ability to utilize algorithms to help companies achieve more success... Mike Bugembe (Image: Clarity Media Communications) 136 Black Innovators in STEM + … Continue reading BLAK TeK – 8.14.20

BLAK TeK – 7.14.20

BLACK-OWNED STEM COMPANY LANDS PARTNERSHIP WITH THE NFL By Daron Pressley, Black Enterprise According to the U.S. Department of Commerce, employment in STEM occupations grew at a much more rapid pace than non-STEM occupations over the last decade: 24.4% vs 4%, respectively. STEM occupations are projected to grow by 8.9% from 2014 to 2024, compared to 6.4% growth … Continue reading BLAK TeK – 7.14.20

BLAK TeK – 7.2.20

Black-Owned Laboratory Uses Artificial Intelligence-Based Drug Discovery Platform to Develop Treatment for COVID-19 By Stacy M. Brown, NNPA Newswire Senior Correspondent Darnisha Harrison, a Louisiana State University grad and founder and CEO of Georgia-based Ennaid Therapeutics, says that scientists working for her company are developing a drug-based therapy whose laboratory tests continue to show promise. If successful, … Continue reading BLAK TeK – 7.2.20

BLAK TeK – 6.23.20

Nigerian startup Jamborow raises $400k for blockchain-based fintech platform Ventureburn Staff Reporter Nigerian startup Jamborow has reportedly raised $400 000 from its shareholders to expand its blockchain-based B2B fintech platform... Featured image (from left to right): Jamborow founders Moses Onitilo, John Kamara and Olusegun George Black founders want tech companies to do more than donate By Molly … Continue reading BLAK TeK – 6.23.20