Dutch-based Hyperion Lab’s third cohort startups set to improve the world with sustainable AI
Hyperion Lab kicked off its third cohort of the Amsterdam AI innovation program and eight new startups (seven of which are Dutch) want to improve the world with AI.
Six of the participants focus on healthcare, such as AI applications for the heart, skin and the discovery of early-stage brain disorders. The program also includes a startup with cleantech for a circular economy. Hyperion Lab's goal is to advance society by making AI explainable and approachable.
The AI innovation program provides startups with access to technical expertise, coaching and computing power. Since its inception in 2021, the Showcase program has supported 17 AI (Artificial Intelligence) & HPC (High Performance Computing) startups that innovate in various sectors, from healthcare to smart cities and from machine learning to agriculture.
Sana Khareghani, Chief Strategy Officer, EscherCloud: "This third cohort of startups is hugely important. It embodies the daring and socially conscious personality necessary to solve big problems with smart and clean technology to move the world forward. We are proud to help these young companies and entrepreneurs take their next steps by sharing our network, and our knowledge, experience and computing power with them.”
The Hyperion Lab’s third cohort represents a new breed of startup, where accessibility, integrity and combating climate change are at the heart of their mission. Ethical and responsible AI is necessary for technology to contribute to this. EscherCloud and Nvidia facilitate the startups with ethical and green AI through the deployment of sustainable and advanced infrastructure.
Dealing with the climate crisis is playing an increasingly important role in the development of AI. With more computing power and capacity, the potential impact of AI is almost unlimited and can fundamentally and positively change the world. This is the vision of the new cohort, and this is what Hyperion Lab strives to achieve. The startups are:
- AGMAH - Eindhoven (Nederland)
AGMAH is an AI company on a mission to make Industrial Automation accessible, affordable and approachable. Their platform reduces the time taken from conceptualization to deployment and simplifies the creation of custom automation packages.
- Cardiomo - Amsterdam, Netherlands
Cardiomo is an innovative MedTech company that offers wearable continuous remote monitoring with an AI engine to deliver real-time, actionable insights to enable early detection of arrhythmias and early warning for heart diseases that prevent life threatening events and ensure better health through preventive care.
- Deeploy - Utrecht, Netherlands
Deeploy is an MLOps Platform enabling the manageability, accountability and explainability of Machine Learning models. Deeploy is made by and for data scientists to deploy their models with confidence, bringing Machine Learning to production responsibly, making every decision traceable.
- Polysurance - London, United Kingdom
Polysurance is the leading provider of computer vision-based telematics for the insurance industry. Polysurance's machine learning algorithms analyze video footage captured by a dash cam, providing insurers with data they need to make more informed decisions.
- Skinive - Amsterdam, Netherlands
Skinive is a Deep Learning company that offers Skin Health AI Tracking & Assessment Apps using smartphone cameras. This technology helps improve early diagnosis and diagnosis precision.
- BrainCreators - Amsterdam, Netherlands
BrainCreators is solving the growing scarcity of human visual inspectors by transferring their skills to digital inspectors through AI, and putting these capabilities to work across as many industries as possible.
- Purple Gaze - Utrecht, Netherlands
Purple Gaze is building the AI platform for detecting neural biomarkers using eye movements. Their multidisciplinary team of brain scientists, engineers and MedTech entrepreneurs works at the intersection of neuroscience, AI and Digital Health.
- Seenons - Amsterdam, Netherlands
Seenons uses clean technology and smart logistics to bring everyone in the waste chain together, to save waste! Their platform and handy app matches recyclable business waste (where possible) with companies that can give it a second life.