The event is jointly organized by the MIT-Postdoctoral Association’s Professional Development Committee and MIT Alumni Angels Boston. We’d like to thank our event sponsor Wolf Greenfield, a leading intellectual property law firm based in Boston.
On the themes of AI/big data/machine learning and computational biology, we’re featuring 5 exciting MIT-affiliated startups working on cutting-edge solutions to real-world problems. The companies will give an overview of their business and discuss how they are applying innovative technologies to their problem space.
Lunch will be provided!
Register here (password: startupbeaver)
Open only to MIT postdocs and graduate students
Building 3, Room 370 (Map: https://whereis.mit.edu/?go=3)
July 11th, Wednesday
11:30 – 12:00 Check in
12:00 – 12:10 Introduction
12:10 – 1:30 Tech talk presentations from startups
1:30 – 2:30 Networking
PathAI – PathAI is the leading provider of AI-powered technology for the pathology laboratory, using advanced machine learning to assist pathologists in making accurate diagnoses.
Uplevel Security – Uplevel is the first intelligent cybersecurity system powered by graph-based machine learning, enabling rapid and comprehensive response to complex security attacks.
TVision Insights – TVision uses machine vision to measure TV viewer engagement (actual eyes on screen), providing second-by-second insight into the effectiveness of TV programming and advertising.
Perceptive Automata – Perceptive Automata is enabling autonomous vehicles to understand the complex social interactions with humans using a novel neuroscience-inspired machine learning approach.
ClimaCell – ClimaCell is a next-generation weather engine built on the novel use of new weather sensing technologies, providing micro weather with global coverage.
About MIT Alumni Angels
MIT Alumni Angels was formed in 2014 in partnership with the MIT Alumni Association. Our mission is to support early stage startups with capital and expertise curated across the MIT alumni base, with focus on (but not limited to) MIT-affiliated startups. The organization spans 3 regional chapters (Boston, New York, Bay Area) as well as a life sciences chapter, with over 700 investor members in total that include angels and institutions. All members are MIT alums and represent successful entrepreneurs, senior executives, technology experts, and professional investors.