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Roofr uses satellite imagery to evaluate the state of your roof

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Roofing may not be the sexiest thing to think about, but having a solid roof over your head is vital, especially in earthquake-prone places like San Francisco. 231 more words

Uncensored Social Network Gab Raises $1 Million in Crowdfunding Campaign

A crowdfunding campaign for Gab, a Twitter-like social network that touts its commitment to freedom of speech, surpassed $1 million yesterday.

The company claims it is politically neutral and committed to free speech, but its service is particularly popular among the far right. 318 more words


Original Tech helps banks offer better loan applications

Americans apply for more than 250 million new financial products each year, but the majority of those applications are completed on paper or over the phone. 372 more words


Forever Labs preserves young stem cells to prevent your older self from aging

Forever Labs, a startup in Y Combinator’s latest batch, is preserving adult stem cells with the aim to help you live longer and healthier. 439 more words


Fat Lama is a platform to lend and borrow anything

Part of YC’s Summer ’17 class, Fat Lama wants to be a rental marketplace for anything.

Launched late last year in London, the startup has gained early traction among professionals needing short-term rentals of creative gear – like drones, cameras or DJ equipment. 478 more words


Plasticity wants to help chatbots seem less robotic

Y Combinator backed Plasticity is tackling the problem of getting software systems to better understand text, using deep learning models trained to understand what they’re reading on Wikipedia articles — and offering an API for developers to enhance their own interfaces. 1,016 more words


Modern Fertility raises $1 million to educate women about their hormones

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A young San Francisco-based startup is trying to spark a conversation about fertility. Modern Fertility wants to educate women about their bodies and hormonal levels, and today the startup announced funding of $1 million, led by First Round Capital, with participation from Box Group, Y Combinator, and angel investors. 582 more words