A startup from Myanmar is taking aim at becoming the “Netflix for games” among mobile game systems. And in Southeast Asia’s emerging countries, the CEO believes a local company is best suited to capture the swiftly-growing market.
The idea of drones flying around autonomously, controlled by artificial intelligence, would have sounded like something out of a sci-fi movie ten years ago. Today, it’s not only a viable possibility, but it’s a working solution to some of the time-consuming tasks faced by farmers in developing countries.
I cringe every time I hear someone say that they want to start a company to advance their career. While it’s true that doing a startup is a great way to leapfrog your career, that’s a terrible reason to do it.
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