Over the past week, Entrepreneur First have staged their 7th cohort demo day in London and their first in Singapore.
The two programs add to the Global startup ecosystem 30 new enterprises through graduation, and this round, we were excited to see even more of a focus on deep tech and science coming out of the award-winning investment programme. Global Head of Talent Zoe Jervier said “It shows that now, more than ever, the most ambitious technical individuals want to be founders and that they want to use technology to solving deeper, chunkier, futuristic problems.”
Below are some of our picks from the two demo days, spanning health, space, energy, environment and advanced computing – with links to their early-stage websites:
Observe Technologies is using artificial intelligence to automate fish farms.
Transformative enables predictive healthcare through deep learning. They have created a novel algorithm, cardioAI (patent pending), that is able to predict the onset of sudden cardiac arrest, allowing for advance warning and preparation for intervention.
Optimal Labs is building artificial intelligence for highly controllable farming environments Their state-of-the-art deep reinforcement learning algorithms turn intuition into science, multiplying the profitability of greenhouses.
Marble is building the future of autonomous electric aircraft. We have already begun with a breakthrough maritime surveillance aircraft.
ThinkSono empowers any healthcare professional to diagnose deep vein thrombosis (DVT) at the point of care
Hydroleap is making industrial wastewater treatment cheap, fast and easy, using electro-coagulation instead of chemicals.
SensorFlow makes buildings energy efficient with zero upfront cost, using an end to end product built on their proprietary network stack.
Transcelestial is re-imagining communications technology for the 21st century, creating the first ever space laser network.