💡 Ideas AI

Powered by OpenAI

Ideas on this page are 100% generated by OpenAI's GPT-3, an artifically intelligent deep learning model, without human involvement, and trained by you and 835,364+ other people who liked or disliked ideas. How it works

by @levelsio

Sort Startup Ideas

Sponsor: You don't need to go back to the office! Find a remote job on Remote OK and work from anywhere

A highly customizable online resume builder that sorts out what information is relevant.


This is a startup that uses a mobile app and a camera to find street-level recycled products and sell them to the public. They started with old library books and DVDs, but are now selling all sorts of things.


A startup that makes the process of filling out Medicare Part D plans less painful. The platform helps people fill out their plans online, and acts as a sort of health insurance broker for people seeking Medicare coverage. The startup says their customers save an average of $50 per month.


A laundry service that takes care of the dirty work of picking up, sorting, and delivering dry cleaning and laundry.


An online platform that lets users organize their collections of crayons, Pokemon cards, and other “collectibles” in a way that’s easy to search, sort, and share.


This startup is building a digital library of sorts for the music industry. It hopes to replace the print-only distribution models with a digital distribution platform that allows users to sell music with minimal friction and low overhead.


A tool that helps you get all sorts of things done, like a virtual grocery store, virtual or actual clothing store, or virtual or actual license plates.


A platform for companies to hire, manage, and engage their freelancers. They are looking to introduce a marketplace of sorts that allows companies to post and search for the service of a specific individual. They are also looking to launch a marketplace-style app for freelancers and clients to find each other.


A startup that promises to improve the reliability of your WiFi, by giving you a constant connection to the internet even when you’re in an area with weak signals. The idea is pretty simple — by bouncing a signal off of a cell tower, the startup is able to provide a stronger signal to the device. At the moment, it’s in a sort of alpha stage — the company will be launching a Kickstarter in early 2016 to help fund a smartphone app, which will then be released for the general public.


A remote-work solution for business partners and freelancers, letting them work from anywhere. It’s a sort of “Uber for freelancers”, and is based on the idea that most clients don’t want to hire someone for a long-term gig, but instead need someone to tackle a project for a few days or a week at a time.


A startup that is a directory of places to go on vacation and where you can do activities (IE A startup like TripAdvisor but for all sorts of activities)


Loose talk among friends and coworkers about work and life. You can learn a lot about people by what they’re discussing, and what they’re saying is more than just idle chatter. This startup wants to make that sort of content available to employers and HR departments.


Using machine learning, Connect is building a platform that sorts through the clutter of online dating platforms to find the best match. The startup is currently in the process of raising its Series A.


A cloud-based system for managing healthcare claims and data for a range of customers and providers. Ivol is a startup that uses AI to sort claims for insurers and then helps physicians and hospitals with the claims and data.


A platform that allows groups to set up private social media accounts and run them as a group. The teams you’re a part of can choose their own rules and restrictions, so it’s a sort of Slack with a self-controlled community.


A startup that wants to get a person into the driver’s seat with a new way to track driving behavior using mobile phones. It’s a bit like the sorts of things that Sonar and others are building.


A startup that makes it easy for SMBs to create landing pages and turn them into websites for all sorts of purposes.


This startup wants to bring more transparency to online rental listings by creating a search engine that sorts and ranks homes based on their location, amenities, and price, as well as the number of reviews they have.


The idea of the startup is to create a sort of "one stop shop" for all the different tools and products needed by a citizen journalist.


A startup that wants to help you manage your finances with one more simple app. The startup’s app provides an all-in-one dashboard of your money that lets you see a breakdown of your spending, sort your expenses by category, and see when you’re getting close to hitting your budget.


Saving autonomous mapping startup HERE from bankruptcy. A consortium led by the German car maker and German insurance company has acquired the self-driving mapping software startup, with the group looking to merge HERE’s mapping data with Nokia’s mapping assets and use it to build its own self-driving car platform.


“WeWork is a glamorous space. It’s a five-star hotel, it’s more like a five-star mall, it’s a five-star resort — it’s like a nightclub. It’s like a ‘cool’ mall. But it’s really just an address,” said David Graeber, anthropology professor at London School of Economics and author of “Debt: The First 5,000 Years” in an interview with “PBS NewsHour”.


A startup that helps organizations get their data into the cloud, without resorting to competitors like Amazon S3.


A tool that helps people find the best travel deals, picking up on the long tail of unadvertised fares. The startup is pitching itself as a sort of early booking agent, where customers can search for flights and then call in to a travel agent.


A tool that helps journalists find the best pictures to illustrate articles. Users are currently able to search and sort through thousands of images in less than a minute.


A “disruptive” startup that uses artificial intelligence to teach robots how to sort and adopt new behaviors.


This startup wants to sort the news you read to bring it to you in a format that’s somehow more relevant to you. The startup uses machine learning to determine which stories are most relevant to you, and tries to bring you the most relevant news. It’s a bit like Flipboard, but less user-friendly.


A startup that helps users create digital assets and manage them. It's a sort of self-hosted Dropbox for the digital world.


A mobile app that creates “personalized news, alerts and recommendations for every user” — a sort of personalized news, or “Facebook for you”.


A startup that’s building a “kinda-sorta-smart” system to make medical devices. The startup wants to bring more of the “magic” of machine learning to medical equipment, bringing some of the capabilities of Alexa to the masses.


This startup is working on a new type of storage for the connected home, where it can be both a sort of “in-home cloud” as well as an “in-home NAS”.


A music discovery service that lets people upload music from their phones to play on all their devices, creating a sort of Pandora for your mobile devices.


A startup that helps small businesses find and train new employees. It’s sort of like a LinkedIn for small businesses. In the past year they’ve hired over 300 people through the job board, and have a waiting list for others.


A cloud-based accounting system (and financial advisor) which works across all sorts of small businesses: doctors, dentists, plumbers, lawyers, etc.


Of course, that’s just a sampling. And some of these companies are still in the idea stage, so they might not turn into actual businesses. But this list shows that there’s a lot of revenue to be made building new tools for the online world. Now it’s up to entrepreneurs to decide what sorts of products to build.


A startup that helps businesses in India, for instance, sort out GST numbers, and upload databases in an easier way than using an Excel spreadsheet


A sorting system for online shops, similar to Amazon’s Wish list.


 An HR startup that helps companies hire and manage software engineers. They focus on a unique interview process of tracking answers and listening to the answers and use machine learning to sort candidates, give feedback, and determine how to move forward.


A startup that builds a point-of-sale system for all sorts of retailers, including restaurants, bars, and coffee shops. The startup aims to make the process of opening a business as simple as a phone call.


The company is working on building an AI-powered chatbot that can sort through all your different college degrees and track your progress. The idea is that college degrees can be tracked in a way that makes them useful for future employers or graduate school applications.


A startup that doesn't have a specific use case but wants to be a store of last resort for people seeking to borrow money.


A startup that allows data scientists to create a dashboard of sorts for their own data.


Posh is a visual voicemail company that wants to make it easier for businesses to switch from standard phone voicemail to the sort of automated visual system that helps you manage your schedule. The company is building a platform that can be integrated into any number of systems.


A startup that wants to use AI to help you increase the value of your product photos. It wants to be a sort of digital gallery, with a tool to help you decide between multiple options for a given photo.


A tool for creating customizable branded email templates, with themes and templates for emails for all sorts of businesses.


The startup wants to build a marketplace that connects brands and consumers based on what they want and need. They’re thinking of it as a sort of Amazon for branded products.


Magig is a startup that has a new take on how to borrow money. It’s sort of like Venmo, except for the borrower. The startup allows users to send money to their friends in exchange for lending them cash that they can pay back over time.


 A startup that helps companies and non-profits track their donations, using the donations as incentives to attract and retain employees. The idea is that the donations can be used as a sort of “pay-to-work” scheme.


A new twist on the “impulse” product. The startup is developing a way for brands to send their customers impulse-buy items, which usually require some sort of sign-up.


A video series that helps people make better decisions by evaluating their past behavior to predict what sort of decisions they’ll make in the future.


A process that makes it easier to ship and track packages, for both consumers and businesses. They aim to use the same technology that's in most FedEx and UPS sorting centers to create a more streamlined process for businesses and delivery agencies.


The startup is a sort of hybrid between a healthcare concierge and a personal shopper. It’s meant to help people who want help with the nuts and bolts of healthcare, like understanding their insurance or talking to doctors.


A messaging and referral app designed for healthcare and medical professionals. It’s a sort of Yelp for the healthcare industry, helping patients find nearby doctors and other medical services.


A tool that allows users to generate, edit, and share Minecraft worlds (sort of like the world of Terraria except on the web). Users can create worlds with custom dimensions and dimensions on a per-world basis.


A sort of storefront for people selling their used items, with a focus on selling “non-traditional” goods, like vintage clothing or vinyl records.


A company building a real-time API that covers all sorts of insurance programs, from auto to life to health.


A way to store your photos from Facebook and Instagram, with a social network of sorts to foster more sharing.


A startup that sells a tool that allows people to create a sort of virtual scrapbook of their life and to share with loved ones who are no longer around


A mobile app meant to serve as a sort of concierge for things like travel and activities. The startup is currently working with 1,000 tourists in Buenos Aires.


Idea: A startup that wants to bring an end to email spam. It works by helping companies send their email marketing campaigns through a sort of whitelist system where known email addresses get through, while spam goes straight to the junk folder.