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An algorithm that tells you how to play games like Solitaire: FreeCell, Spider Solitaire, and Hearts


A team on a mission to build better and more accurate algorithms to predict the future of the US presidency.


This startup’s algorithm is designed to find and cancel fraudulent payments, automatically. It’s free for merchants to use, and they’re aiming to partner with processors and banks.


A mobile app that pairs with a “machine-learning algorithm” to help drivers find the best routes to their destinations.


a software platform meant to help people make better decisions about the future, by using an AI algorithm to help you forgo the status quo, and take more risks.


Using AI to help brands reach their customers with the most relevant ad campaigns. The startup offers a “personalized” message algorithm that’s meant to deliver ads that are more likely to be clicked.


The startup’s unique approach to the problem of finding a G Suite admin. It employs a screener algorithm to automate the process of hiring a G Suite admin.


Algorithms that guide humans and machines to make better decisions.


This startup wants to improve the process of buying and selling homes by using algorithms, AI, and machine learning to make the process faster and more transparent.


This startup is building proprietary algorithms to help companies give their customers a deeper sense of what they’re doing for them.


The app uses algorithms to predict the likelihood that a person will commit suicide. It then sends the person a message to remind them to seek help.


A “web of trust” for Instagram users, with an algorithm that helps users find the right person to follow


An algorithmic startup that is a marketplace for job board ads, allowing companies to target their job search to a specific demographic. The company’s founders say they’ve raised $1.6 million in a round led by Greycroft Partners.


A platform that helps retailers figure out how to attract more customers through social media. It uses a combination of data and algorithms to predict who will sign up for their credit card, and who will visit their physical store.


An IoT startup that uses sensors and algorithms to predict when a vehicle is getting a flat tire, and then alerts the driver.


A startup that helps retailers figure out their pricing strategy for product SKUs. It takes their data on price points, sales, and margin and works out what to charge with an algorithm.


This company uses algorithms to predict what things you like based on your online browsing history and then matches you with like-minded people for future purchases.


A startup that is building an algorithm that predicts the future of retail.


A new kind of company that uses algorithms and machine learning to predict how well its customers will do in the future. Possible applications include helping companies set up 401k plans that are as good for their employees as they are for the company’s bottom line.


A startup that uses an AI-based algorithm to build personalized voice bots for e-commerce. The startup is currently in a closed beta and has 3 reports of revenue in 2019.


A platform for building art, where anyone can create a piece of art in minutes. The app uses a unique algorithm to make it easier and more accessible for people to make art, and it’s often seen as the most unique aspect of the platform.


A startup that helps people track their workouts and plan healthy meals. The startup is focused on helping people who are healthy and want to keep it that way, and the company says that because the company’s algorithms are based on historical exercise data, it’s able to identify trends that are more accurate than what a person might individually determine for themselves.


A startup that wants to help retailers and brands find new customers by taking their email lists and feeding them into an algorithm that matches them with potential customers.


A startup that helps students decide what college to go to, by matching them with data on schools’ average SAT scores, average AP scores, average graduation rates, and more. The company uses algorithms to draw on this data to match applicants to schools.


A software that helps users create and manage their online portfolios. The software is powered by a sophisticated algorithm that helps users design a portfolio that is SEO-friendly and engaging.


A medical-grade mattress that uses sensors and algorithms to track a person’s sleep cycles, and then provide feedback to help improve a person’s sleep.


 A cloud-based company that helps fund managers build portfolios based on algorithms that match the risk and return of specific types of bonds.


A product that tracks the digital footprints of their clients (by tracking device signals) and then uses machine learning algorithms to predict what they’re going to do next. They want to use this data to build a digital reputation system for brands.


A tool for high-frequency traders to help them build algorithmic strategies. The startup also wants to make the process of building algorithms easier for researchers to understand.


A startup that provides a mobile app for group bookings, with a smart algorithm that learns how guests prefer to travel together.


Helps companies track and manage their product inventory, using algorithms to track inventory levels.


 A platform for online job listings that helps users find the right job for them. It’s also trying to fight discrimination by allowing users to see what the company’s algorithms predict they’ll be paid before submitting a resume.


A startup focused on helping users filter content in their feeds. The startup has built a product that uses algorithms to recommend the most relevant content for you based on a variety of criteria.


A startup that allows users to automate their interactions with Uber. A spin on the existent “Uber for X” category, Upply pulls in Uber data and uses a predictive algorithm to help predict what a user is likely to say in an Uber interaction and then use that to automate the interaction.


This company wants to help people find the very best school for their kid, and hopes to use its algorithm to help parents access information about school quality.


The high cost of online advertising means that marketers struggle to find the right people to reach with their ads. Yieldly wants to automate the process of finding the right people, using a system of algorithms that finds the right person to target for the right job, based on the criteria the company needs.


This startup is building a credit scoring system that combines traditional FICO scores with an algorithm it’s using to predict the likelihood that a person will default on a credit card.


A platform for identifying “problems” with your photos. The company has built an algorithm that identifies things like “your face looks too small” or “your background looks weird in this photo”.


Online discovery service focused on solving the problem of finding the right home for your next vacation. The startup uses data and algorithms to help vacationers find the right home for their next trip.


A company that aims to help marketers adjust their Facebook ads in real time based on the user’s interests. The startup is working with various marketing teams all over the world to build out a proprietary algorithm.


A startup called Shift is building an algorithmic platform to help restaurants figure out which dishes to prepare to meet the demands of busy days.


A Tinder for the runway, using an algorithm to find the looks that are most likely to be the next big thing.


A company that uses algorithms to direct automated phone calls to businesses to help them reach out to prospective customers who have similar interests. The startup offers a “campaign” for as low as $400 for up to two calls per day.


Using a cloud-based database and machine learning algorithms, Hoptoken helps businesses make the most of their data.


A speed-reading app that uses a “simulated reading algorithm” to help you read faster.


A loan application platform that uses machine learning algorithms to identify fraudulent loan applications and offers discounted rates to borrowers.


A company for people who want to earn money from their data. The startup is building a marketplace for data that matches people with companies that would like to use their data for things like predictive algorithms and marketing.


An AI backed startup that uses algorithms to help internet users discover new books, movies, and music.


A health app that helps people track their food intake from the point of purchase to the point of consumption, using a unique algorithm to allow users to get a sense of how much of their food they’re actually eating.


Using a combination of sensors and algorithms, their product can detect the amount of weight you’re carrying and adjust your clothes accordingly.


A company that helps recruiters and job seekers find the best fit for job openings using a combination of personal data and a proprietary algorithm.


A platform that helps you track down the best C-suite candidates among your employees. It’s a recruiting platform that uses a combination of algorithms and social media for finding top candidates for specific roles. It’s currently being used by YC and other startups including FundingPost and Foodspotting.


Connecting LGBT people to the right health care professionals. The startup uses an algorithm to find the right care provider and hospital.


An AI-driven investing app that uses algorithms to invest across stocks, bonds, and cryptocurrencies.


A software platform that helps determine the most efficient way to train employees. It’s a web-based platform that lets employees log in and choose their training options, which are then ranked by an algorithm to find the most efficient way to train employees.


A group of friends who are building a kind of alternative to LinkedIn, with more emphasis on connections and less emphasis on the algorithm.


A way to track your spending with algorithms and AI.


A startup that wants to help workers find jobs using automation. It uses an algorithm to create a database of companies looking to hire and will then use that to match workers with jobs.


A startup looking to make it easier for companies to hire and fire employees. The system’s algorithms help companies find the best people, and eliminate the high-conflict humans in the process. The company also offers a “health score” for each job candidate. The company says they’ve operated in New York and LA and are now expanding to other parts of the country.


A software-as-a-service (SaaS) platform for managing customer service. The startup will be using an algorithm to monitor customer service conversations, and help internal teams prioritize which issues require follow up.


A ride-sharing service that uses algorithms to match drivers with customers, as an alternative to the taxi companies that dominate the market. The drivers are paid when they’re matched with customers with a ride, and the startup is profitable.


An algorithm that helps you track your meditation progress


A mobile app for real estate agents to help them give listings to homes quickly and easily. It employs an algorithm to understand the data the agent has on the listing and create the exact right message to sell to the agent’s client.


An engineering staffing startup that partners with companies to bring in new talent. After a company does a demo, Minimum runs a search for top candidates using its proprietary algorithm. The company says they’ve so far found candidates at top engineering schools, raised $1.4 million in VC funding, and secured over a dozen jobs.


The startup wants to build a tool to help employers manage their workforces, using algorithms to calculate and monetize various work hours.


A shopping app that helps users figure out what to buy, but with some help from an algorithm.


LendingClub is a peer-to-peer (P2P) lending company that aims to cut out the middleman lending market by allowing borrowers to connect with each other directly. The company’s P2P model is based on an algorithm designed to match borrowers with lenders. P2P loans were responsible for $2.7 billion in loans in 2017.


A finance startup that helps businesses manage their money in a better way, using their own data and algorithms to optimize spending and savings.


The startup has a patent-pending algorithm to help people find the best performing stocks in a given market.


A startup that helps companies hire remote workers and pay them based on their location. The company uses a “geo-based” algorithm to calculate the worker’s location and estimate their time zone.


This company is helping people to give their money to the right charity. It uses an algorithm to evaluate charities to identify the best options, and has already donated over $1,000,000.


A visual communication app for professionals in real estate. Clique uses an algorithm to guess what type of room a person is looking for and suggests people they might want to work with.


A startup that uses a proprietary algorithm to determine a person’s “emotional intelligence”, and then helps them better navigate a job interview.


A company that wants to help companies match their employees with the right jobs, using a combination of algorithms and social connections.


Idea: Every week, the startup sends people a bag of clothes that they’ve selected based on an algorithm that takes into account their preferences and the weather


Idea: A startup that wants to help people find a better fit for their jobs. Using an algorithm, the startup wants to improve the hiring process for companies, while helping people find their ideal jobs.


Idea: A startup that creates a marketplace for intellectual property. The startup’s pitch is that there’s a whole market for IP like patents and algorithms that’s currently untapped.


Idea: SaaS startup that helps hotels manage their rooms and guests, with a little bit of Netflix’s recommendation algorithms baked in. The idea is that hotels can use it as a booking engine to get more out of their rooms, and the company’s founders say they have a 75% conversion rate.