Woobo was founded with one goal in mind: bringing children’s imaginary friends to life. Utilizing cutting-edge robotics and artificial intelligence technologies, they strive to provide all children with a smart-companion who can talk, amuse, inspire, and grow alongside them.
Energy waste is one of the biggest challenges that the society faces today. Vthree.AI is an integrated AI services provider on energy sector from MIT-Tsinghua FCIC, providing energy saving solution for utilities, buildings and cities, to help address the energy efficiency problem in China and the world. We are a group of AI and environment researchers and founders from MIT, Stanford and China, delivering solutions with no upfront cost, no risk, and maximized impact.
ISEE develops a predictive artificial intelligence for self driving cars. It is paving the way for autonomous vehicles that can deal with unfamiliar situations and complex interactions on the road. Inspired by computational cognitive science, its humanistic artificial intelligence will seamlessly integrate into society and benefit human lives. ISEE is an MIT spin-off, based in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
DGene’s VR solution has wide applications in the following industries including digital entertainment (Internet, video, film), real estate (home design, interior decoration, virtual house inspection), education (remote or online courses), medical (remote diagnose, operation surveillance, adjuvant therapy) and tourism.
XtalPi is a pharmaceutical technology company that is reinventing the industry’s approach to drug research and development with its Intelligent Digital Drug Discovery and Development (ID4) platform. With tightly interwoven quantum physics, artificial intelligence, and high-performance cloud computing algorithms, XtalPi’s ID4 platform provides accurate predictions on the physiochemical and pharmaceutical properties of small-molecule candidates for drug design, solid-form selection, and other critical aspects of drug development.
OppenFuture Technologies is a light field capturing and rendering tech company, and its core technology provides the realistic 3D views of any mercantile on websites and mobile applications. The 3D light field rendered realistic objects bring more angles of viewing products and facilitate the decision making of online shopping. The idea of our technology starts at a Harvard research lab and is commercialized since 2015. Now OppenFuture is closely working with JD.com and its subsidy commercial sites to bring the new experiences of shopping to their millions of users.