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Tag: Short-form Startup Intro Videos
Emedgene’s Migration to AWS for its AI-based Genomics Insights Platform
Founded in 2015, Emedgene has built an AI-based platform to automatically surface insights from genomics data. Previously, this data would need to be analyzed by genomics experts, of which there are only a few thousand around the world. Emedgene applies machine learning algorithms to generate these insights on the fly, essentially teaching computers how to be genetic researchers.
Why Audioburst Migrated its Kubernetes-based System to AWS
Audioburst is on a mission to build the world’s largest talk audio repository, enabling anyone to easily search for and share content. Initially, the company launched on Azure, but has since fully migrated to AWS for managing its Kubernetes-based system. Since moving, Audioburst has been able to take advantage of multiple other services within the AWS ecosystem, such as Amazon Transcribe. Watch the above video to hear from CTO Gal Klein on what went into the decision to migrate and how it’s been since the move.
Ionic Security CTO Bill Leblanc on Data Identification and Protection
Bill Leblanc, CTO of data security startup Ionic Security, walks through how the software security policy layer works to correctly identify and categorize data, what trends he’s seeing within the industry, and what’s on the roadmap for the year ahead.
How A New Jersey Car Mechanic Launched His Own Auto Repair App on AWS
Complete Auto Reports (CAR) is the brain child of New Jersey-based car mechanic Ricardo Da Cruz. Cruz shares how these challenges inspired him to build his own enterprise software, how that software works, and where he sees the industry going next.
Armory Brings Open Source Project Spinnaker to Enterprise Scale
Armory is commercializing the distribution of Spinnaker, an open source continuous delivery platform that large companies use to safely and quickly ship software. CEO DROdio visited the San Francisco AWS Loft to tell us more.
Democratizing Legal Services with Hong Kong-based Startup Zegal
Karen Ng, Co-founder of legaltech startup Zegal, chats about how the Hong Kong-based company hopes to democratize access to legal services by building a SaaS platform through which users can discover and communicate with local legal professionals.
How Bustle Leverages AWS Lambda to Help Editorial Teams Scale
Bustle Media Group, a New York City-based company with eight brands under its umbrella, leverages AWS services to efficiently deploy content across its various brands.
Imagining ‘Borderless Entertainment’ with Blockchain Startup SELF TOKEN
SELF TOKEN, a digital entertainment blockchain startup based in Taiwan, aims to create an “immersive entertainment ecosystem,” beginning by creating Asia’s first blockchain warfare film, The Last Thieves. Co-founder, CEO, and director Jack Hsu, along with the movie’s economic advisor, Dr. Tom Lam, sat down to tell us more.
Reducing, Reusing, and Recycling Designer Kids’ Clothing with Retykle
Sarah Garner, Founder of Retykle, an online platform for buying and selling designer baby and kids’ clothing, explains what inspired her to found the Hong Kong-based startup, what her best advice is for founders, and what’s on the roadmap for 2019.
Deploy Cloud Native Apps in Seconds with KintoHub
Developer workflow KintoHub enables developers to build cloud-native apps. Founder Joseph Cooper shares how trying to find the sweet spot between a gaming API development platform and GitHub eventually led to KintoHub’s creation. Cooper also talks through how customers use KintoHub, how many startups he has founded, and what his thoughts are on the Hong Kong startup scene.