Ashley Bowden
Staff Reporter at Built In
Expertise: Tech Journalism in LA, San Francisco and Seattle
Education: Long Island University Post

Ashley Bowden is a Built In staff reporter covering technology news in San Francisco, Seattle, Los Angeles and other markets. She has been on the Built In team since 2020. Bowden has a bachelor of fine arts degree from Long Island University Post. Her work has also appeared in Agent Publishing and other outlets.

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The horizon line from space is pictured.
The addition of the Colorado-based spacecraft manufacturer adds 5,200 employees to BAE Systems’ team.
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Carbon-focused solutions, including carbon capture and storage tech, have grown in recent years with consistent venture funding.
Thomas Kurian, CEO of Google Cloud, poses for a photo.
Google will augment its existing smart tools for Cloud, Gmail and Docs with new generative AI features.
Ron Nag, CEO and founder of Medcognetics poses for a photo.
The company trained its imaging tech in diverse patient populations to better recognize breast cancer in underrepresented groups.
An illustration depicting a group of women.
This International Women’s Day, learn more about women-led ventures across the U.S. that have made recent growth developments.
An AI-generated image of Prisma Labs CEO and co-founder Andrey Usoltsev.
Lensa’s newest feature, Magic Avatars, uses an advanced AI model to generate artistic versions of users’ selfies.
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Alternative voting methods range from blockchain-based ballots to mobile voting capabilities.
A green eco-friendly cityscape background with greentech solutions below and pollution above.
Despite slowed funding across the tech industry, companies focused on environmental change are still pulling in venture capital.
Executives from tech startups included in the Q3 Future 5 series.
Check out which Atlanta startups might be building the next big thing in tech.
An illustration of a woman sitting on an oversized briefcase.
Many tech companies are aware of the growing wage gap for women of color and are working to improve it.
Simporter co-founders Tim and Dillon Hall.
The startup’s ideation tool uses predictive data to automate the product research process.
carpool founding team
The company’s solution works to provide both car shippers and consumers with greater transit visibility.