Having worked for a variety of technology and gadget blogs and magazines, including Seriescoldeweytechcrunch, Kyle Wiggers has a special interest in artificial intelligence. He’s currently a senior reporter at TechCrunch, and lives in Brooklyn with his partner. When he’s not writing, he dabbles in piano. Currently, he’s focused on developing new content for the site. In his free time, he’s interested in music, reading, and playing with his dog.
In addition to his work at TechCrunch, Wiggers also contributes to a variety of other websites. His articles have appeared in Digital Trends, VentureBeat, and more. His blog also offers a wide range of news and commentary about technology. In his spare time, he’s a piano player and a bit of a geek.
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He lives in Brooklyn with a partner. He has a special interest in artificial intelligence and robotics. The best part is he’s also an aficionado of wine. You’ll be able to sample some of his wares at the VentureBeat shindig.
He also is the author of The VC Guide: Your Guide to Silicon Valley’s Finest and a contributor to The New York Times. He has been writing about technology and the Internet for over a decade, and his blog, The TechCrunch, was the first technology blog to reach 100 million page views. His other notable achievements include being the first journalist to cover Apple, Google and Facebook, and co-writing VentureBeat’s first book. He also writes about artificial intelligence, the Internet of Things and the future of the world’s tech industry.
Until recently, I was a reporter for Silicon Valley News, but I have moved on to covering startups and artificial intelligence for VentureBeat. I live in Brooklyn with my partner and dabble in piano occasionally. I enjoy writing about technology and artificial intelligence. You can read my writing on Silicon Valley News, VentureBeat and other sites. I write about AI and startups, entrepreneurship, Silicon Valley, Silicon Valley startups, and tech news.
Earlier this year, I was on the TechCrunch Disrupt New York team as a reporter. In that capacity, I covered startups that were raising money. One startup that raised money was Moysle, a mobile device management platform for Apple devices. They unveiled their Viv AI platform, which promised to connect third-party applications and perform any task. Moysle raised $196 million in a Series B round, which also included Album VC, StepStone Group, and Elephant Another startup that raised money in a Series A round was Selector, which develops AI tools for IT operations..