Hendri Wigunah

Hendri Wigunah

Startup Founder & Millenial Entrepreneur

Fish replacement may be the next big wave in alternative protein development – TechCrunch

Brian Kateman Contributor Fish make up 16% of animal protein consumed globally, and demand is set to rise, according to the United Nations’ Food and Agriculture Organization, largely thanks to rising disposable incomes. But overfishing is hugely problematic – and it’s not sustainable to continue with the way things are. Fish populations are being decimated – including… Continue reading

An optimistic view of deepfakes – TechCrunch

Sunny Dhillon Contributor More posts by this contributor Digital influencers and the dollars that follow them Security tokens will be coming soon to an exchange near you Deepfakes are having a moment. Their dangers are becoming more known and understood. The media is rife with articles detailing the speed at which the technology has grown… Continue reading

Unregulated facial recognition technology presents unique risks for the LGBTQ+ community – TechCrunch

Carlos Gutierrez Contributor Carlos Gutierrez is deputy director and general counsel at LGBT Tech. It seems consumers today are granted ever-dwindling opportunities to consider the safety and civil liberties implications of a new technology before it becomes widely adopted. Facial recognition technology is no exception. The well-documented potential for abuse and misuse of these tools built by giant… Continue reading

As Quibi reportedly seeks another $1 billion, Fiction Riot fills the programming slate for its rival service – TechCrunch

Even as Quibi, the short form video platform from Jeffrey Katzenberg’s WndrCo, reportedly looks to raise another $1 billion, rival service Fiction Riot continues to steadily build out its pipeline of short form serials. The Los Angeles-based company has already launched a beta version of its streaming service, Ficto, and yesterday announced a host of… Continue reading