For years, the company ArchVirtual has been bringing architecture into the realm of virtual reality. Now, it’s trying to do the same for the training of medical professionals.
Erik Lorenzsonn is the Capital Times' tech and culture reporter. He joined the team in 2016, after having served as an online editor for Wisconsin Public Radio and having written for publications like The Progressive Magazine and The Poughkeepsie Journal.
The artificial intelligence software developer Markable is a Madison startup no longer. CEO Joy Tang confirmed that it closed its local offices at the end of last year, shifting operations to New York City.
StartingBlock, a center for entrepreneurship and startups in Madison, has now hosted 37 companies at its headquarters on East Washington Avenue.
Krystyn Jones has written a children's book and embarked on a nationwide musical tour to help cheer up hospitalized youth.
The premise of the trend, often referred to as “social entrepreneurship,” or “impact entrepreneurship,” is to harness the hallmarks of 21st century startup culture — data-driven decision-making, an emphasis on leanness and flexibility, and resources like venture capital investment and accelerator programs — and use them to try to change the world for the better.
Lewis v. Epic Systems, a class-action lawsuit against Epic Systems over its overtime pay policies, has come to a close after four years in the courts.
Automotive laboratories for General Motors, lavish Colorado mansions, public libraries and museums are just a few of the projects that the architectural associate Rafeeq Asad has worked on.
A national advocacy group for blind people has sued Epic Systems, the massive Verona-based electronic health records company, over the accessibility of its software.
At the UW, the chancellor needs to recognize that our current diversity-based offices, while they're doing data collection, they're not doing much in terms of action.
A group of politically minded software developers have made an online voting and ranking tool that they say provides a nuanced and democratic alternative to plurality-based voting.