Daily Crunch: Bach for the Future: Apple Music’s next classic app contains 5 million songs

Hello crispy! Christine’s gone for a few days, which means you’re just hanging out with me. Prepare for terrible puns and worse jokes. Oh yeah.

But before we get into the punishment, let’s start with some good news: Devin reports that machine learning could help us design a COVID-19 vaccine that could help fight all current and future strains of the pandemic .

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TechCrunch’s Top 3 Startups and VCs

QuantWare, the Dutch startup developing quantum processors for research and commercial use, announced today that it has raised an initial round of €6 million (~$6.33 million). Frederick reports. The company says it will use these new funds to support development of its 64-qubit Tenor processor.

Building a lean growth stack of B2B startups

Choosing the right tool for the job is easy if you already know exactly how to do it.

However, most B2B growth marketers don’t have a plan to work from, which is why Keith Putnam-Delaney, CEO of Primer, shared a guest post with TC+ about which tools work best for stage startups: early, medium, and late.

“The current tight budget environment should be viewed positively by marketers,” he writes. “It forces teams to think deeply about what is absolutely necessary, which tools will increase (or hinder) efficiency.

Three more from the TC+ team:

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India proposes to replace its more than two-decade-old IT law as the world’s second-largest internet market pushes for new policies to demand broader accountability from tech companies, reassess who gets secure protection and new technologies make it better for people. operate. “all” connected users in the South Asian market, farewell AND man Report.

From the people who brought you credit monitoring services comes Credit Karma Net Worth, a new product designed to help people learn, grow and protect their wealth. Kristina reports. The new capability moves the 16-year-old company closer to becoming a complete personal financial management platform that also offers debt products, credit engineering, and checking and savings accounts, said Credit’s founder and CEO. Kenneth Lin in an interview.

Source: La Neta Neta

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