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How to Get the Most Out of TechCrunch Disrupt SF 2017

It’s the most wonderful time of the year: TechCrunch Disrupt SF. For startups, TechCrunch Disrupt is the Super Bowl of tech…

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Join Topcoder’s Exciting Blockchain Challenge Series with IBM and Wipro

We recently completed the first blockchain challenge in our Intro to Blockchain Series, sponsored by IBM. Much of the thanks is…

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Breaking Down Your Business’s Technology Problems

As technology evolves, so do business needs and consumer expectations. This can be especially challenging for companies in the small-to-medium market….

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What It Means to Be a Developer in the Age of Cognitive Technology

Robots will be able to do everything better than us. That’s what Elon Musk said at the 2017 annual National Governors…

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The Problem with Your Small Business’s Website (and How to Fix It)

Last year, B2B research firm Clutch reported that 46 percent of small businesses don’t have a website. So as it stands,…

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Konica Minolta + Topcoder to Develop Cancer Recognition Technology

In many ways, data science is the hottest topic in quantitative problem-solving for businesses. This is especially true in healthcare —…

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How to Use Crowdsourcing to Innovate with Data

Crowdsourcing provides flexibility and innovation at scale. One of the most interesting uses of Topcoder’s crowdsourcing model is the ability to…

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ISPIM Grand Prize 2017: And the Winner Is…

Since 2015, the International Society for Professional Innovation Management (ISPIM) — an association of members from research, industry, consulting, and the…

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Get to Know Topcoder CEO Mike Morris on Talking Cities Podcast

How did Topcoder get started? Why use gamification to build a crowdsourcing community? How do businesses use Topcoder to achieve faster…

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A 9-Year-Old Girl Invented a Wearable to Fight Childhood Obesity

Move over, Fitbit — there’s a new wearable in town. Last month, nine-year-old Andie Nugent won the 1st place Topcoder Disruptive…

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