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Apr 25, 2017

We recently had a conversation with John Coulson founder of SIDOG / Seti entertainment who is developing technology that would allow for truly immersive virtual experiences that enable a live, real-time social interaction while in a virtual setting. What that means, is that anyone with the technology could insert themselves into live events and places that enable them to interact with the actual experience.


Imagine being able to swing at a pitch from your favorite baseball pitcher or playing in a concert with your favorite rock band, going on virtual dates with someone in another country, the possibilities for how to extend the experience are endless.

Apr 7, 2017

SenSay leverages bots to find humans that need to interact with one another.  Need a recommendation on where to go in New Orleans? Do you have a deep knowledge of Opera that you'd like to share with people longing to appreciate the art form?  

SenSay will find the people that have the questions...OR the answers.  Check out Sandra Ponce De Leon and Pete A Turner as they look inside the SenSay Bubbl with co-founders Ariel Jalali and Crystal Rose.  

Apr 1, 2017

Jonathan Kim has a fascinating background intersecting various business verticals such as AI, Venture Capital and mobile with an impressive career holding down executive positions at Samsung, JPL, Crosslink Capital and Qualcomm.

During his time at JPL, Jonathan saw an opportunity for AI and in an early learning environment. He realized that even though the tools we are using today in the classroom have changed, the fundamentals behind how we teach kids haven’t. According to Jonathan, we are living in a post AI world and he wanted to build something that would help both parents as well as kids.  He asked himself 2 main questions: What are we teaching kids today and how do we teach them?  While much of the focus of AI today revolves around the frightening prospect of computers taking our jobs and being something to fear, he wanted to make sure AI is leveraged as tech tool that can better help parents become involved in their child's’ education.

 

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