Demo Day: Class #0 (TO UPDATE)
3.30pm: Companies Arrive
4pm: Investors and other attendees arrive
5-6pm: Companies set up at tables, investor <> company mixing
205 provides AI as a service, beginning with entity:entity matching (i.e. user:user, or user:event, main customers being social startups).
Clyde provides a platform for developers to build connected home applications.
Case Sandberg and Chris Gervang
In addition to the four startups presenting, seven other early Stanford companies that are not looking to raise money will also be in attendance.
Nomkind: Post-college it's difficult to meet people. Nomkind connects them over meals.
TryBTC: It's hard to understand bitcoin. TryBTC educates users and then helps them buy up to $1000 of BTC.
Codeability: Kids in East Palo Alto don't have the ability to learn to code. Codeability is running a non-profit summer bootcamp funded by corporate sponsors to teach EPA kids to code web applications and then helping them get coding internships.
Xinspire: Organizations such as universities need to manage their mentoring programs. Xinspire provides software to make it easier.
Mindset: Parents want to educate their kids in the best way possible. Mindset has partnered with Carol Dweck (Growth Mindset) to create an interactive iPhone app to help parents use best practices.
Schola: Many parents want their kids to attend elite schools. Schola enables people to purchase resources of admitted students at elite schools.