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Cambridge Independent: Artificial Intelligence finalists announced in inaugural awards

Three startups with connection to Cambridge Judge are finalists at the Cambridge Independent Entrepreneurial and Technology awards. AlgoDynamix, AudioAnalytic and Speechmatics are competing for the top prize in the Artificial Intelligence category. AlgoDynamix is currently on Accelerate Cambridge, Speechmatics are…

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Business Weekly: Top trio does the East of England proud in RSC tech competition

A startup founded by the Ignite alumnus won the second prize in the Emerging Technologies Competition run by the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC). Parkure founded by Dr Lysimachos Zografos, alumnus of Entrepreneurship Centre’s Ignite programme, aims to find a…

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Cambridge Independent: How 3D printed food will put playfulness on the menu

Nūfood, a Cambridge startup specialising in 3D food printing, is planning to launch an app and Robot 3D food printer later this summer. CEO Vaiva Kalnikaite said: “Our approach is to introduce playfulness back into the kitchen, adding interesting flavours…

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Torusware discovers simplicity in complexity

Five years ago Guillermo Lopez Taboada was a young associate professor of Computer Engineering at Spain’s University of A Coruña. Today, he’s the CEO of real-time processing and analytics pioneers Torusware, with a team of 19, and investment totalling one million…

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Cambridge Independent: Audio Analytic makes a big noise in smart home marketplace

Chris Mitchell, founder of Audio Analytics, talks about sound technology and how this could make people’s life a bit simpler. The startup uses software sensors that can distinguish a range of noises such as breaking glass and smoke alarms or…

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Cambridge Business Magazine: Smarty pants

An interview with Chris Mitchell, founder of Cambridge-based start-up Audio Analytic, which uses software sensors that can distinguish a range of noises such as breaking glass and smoke alarms or gunfire. The technology aims to protect homes by alerting your…

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BBC News: 3D food-printing developed in Cambridge

Cambridge-based startup Dovetailed had developed a 3D food printing system where people can try new tastes in a matter of minutes. The innovation lab and design studio is founded by Vaiva Kalnikaite, alumna of the Executive Education management programme and…

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Entrepreneurial training for chemistry

Entrepreneurship Centre at Cambridge Judge partners with Royal Society of Chemistry's Emerging Technologies Competition 2017. The Entrepreneurship Centre at Cambridge Judge is partnering with the Emerging Technologies Competition 2017 of the Royal Society of Chemistry, which was established to identify…

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Business Weekly: Sound as a pound as AI firm hits $5.5m series A

Cambridge Artificial Intelligence business addressing sound recognition technology has closed a $5.5 million Series A round. Audio Analytic was founded in 2008 and has pioneered the development and commercialisation of intelligent sound recognition using advanced machine learning. Venture founder Dr…

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Zellabox inspired to become the next Apple

In 2009 the Zellabox micro data centre was a prototype founders Angie and Clinton Keeler put together in their dining room in Perth, Australia. Now there are Zellaboxes in small offices, warehousing operations and mining and exploration sites in Australia,…

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