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In an industrial environment, machine downtime is a big deal. Keeping machines humming for longer means greater production and maximized use of the asset. Managers understand this, entrepreneurs understand this, but it’s possible that researchers do not. Admittedly, their work is not always geared directly toward profit, and the researchers themselves were usually not the actual investors in the actual equipment, but the overlap from research to industry is still a large one.
Fabrizio’s project began as a more interactive mission to learn, understand, and preserve history. The idea was to bring Dante to life through a three dimensional, interactive representation of the author in a digital world. Not just a picture of what he might look like, but a representation of his personality, his character, and his personal identity in a digital entity - designed to last... well... forever.
If getting funding was easy, it wouldn't be called "getting funding."
Prospero Biosciences CEO Jonathan Rodriguez came on for an interview at Emerj to talk about his company and technology, as well as to shed some light on the real world experiences that a Biotech founder will face.
One of my favorite topics for the entrepreneurs we bring on at Emerj is "opportunity."
The nature of a startup is to think big, and the nature of a startup founder is to be thinking about those "10x" possibilities and avenues to get their business to the next level. That's why it's fun to get startup founders - immersed in their specific industry, researcher, and business - to fire off ideas about where they see the loopholes for other excited startups to come in and make waves.
Tjin Van Der Zant helped found "Robocup at Home" in 2006, and since then the organization has spread to include a number of new locations everywhere from Brazil to Thailand. As a professor at the University of Groningen in the Cognitive Robotics Lab, and founder of a Robotics startup and machine learning startup - he's pretty "involved" when it comes to robots - and it made me eager to pick his brain about the future of home robotics.