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An AI that can determine what a customer wants, based on their social media likes and shares.


A startup that sells a tool for determining if someone is lying or not (voice recognition, eye movement, micro-expressions)


A startup that is a chatbot that provides short-term mental health support


This startup is building an automatic repair system for the Internet of Things, a term for everyday objects with sensors and connectivity.


A startup that acts as an intermediary to help people travel abroad to work with companies


A company that builds a visualization tool for doctors to track long-term health data.


A job board for freelancers, or people who work on their own terms, with a focus on design and marketing work.


A SaaS tool for finding and booking open-ended, immersive style tours in any city. The startup also offers a booking platform for short-term travelers and an app that lets you book tours in advance.


An AI-powered dating site for people looking for long-term relationships.


A startup for short-term rentals. The startup helps vacation homeowners skip the traditional agency process and run their own rentals on their own terms.


A health care technology company that wants to build a device that can measure your body’s cortisol levels to determine your stress levels.


A legal e-discovery tool for lawyers that helps them determine what information is relevant to the case at hand.


A platform that allows people to create new kinds of jobs. Sift is building a “decentralized job market” with a system for workers and employers to set their own wages and terms.


A startup that helps travelers plan their trip, determine the best route, and book the cheapest fare.


This startup is building a tool for banks to determine whether their customers are likely to pay back their loans.


The startup is building a self-learning AI that can help brands predict customer behavior and determine what products to sell.


This startup is a real estate marketplace for owners to rent out their properties for short-term stays, like Airbnb. They have over 25,000 properties on their platform.


An “agentless” marketplace for professional services. Clients can use the service to connect directly with these providers without the need for a human intermediary.


A startup that wants to do the work of a labor union for a company, helping its employees organize and fight for better pay and benefits on their own terms.


A new product that adds a watermark to videos, which helps users monetize videos on platforms like YouTube and Facebook.


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 legally binding contract between a party and a group of people that has a set of terms to comply with the contract. The company plans to build the first “legal” app in the US.


A software company that allows businesses to manage their inventory by tracking products on a digital platform. The company wants to make it easier to determine the most profitable products to stock, based on demand, and to manage inventory.


A free, online dating service for very short-term relationships.


A startup that provides a convenient way for property owners to rent out their homes on a short-term basis


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 sports team management company that’s been in business since 2012. It works with teams in both the US and Europe in terms of managing their rosters, travel, and other team-related needs.


A new kind of “bank” for the unbanked, where people can create savings accounts, send and receive money, and borrow short-term from peers.


A startup to help workers make better business decisions, with a focus on helping them make the right strategic decisions in the long term. It’s currently part of the Techstars accelerator program.


A company that turns a smartphone into a credit card terminal for money transfers.


Short-term rental marketplace for the sharing economy.


A startup that uses AI to determine which ads and product pages are most relevant to users and then serves those ads to them. The company is currently working with advertisers to build these models and is looking to expand to other verticals.


A product that helps people determine the right time to move homes.


A directory-based marketplace for short-term rentals of cars, bikes, and scooters.


A blockchain-based payment platform for digital content. The startup wants to replace the current system of content being bought and sold with a new one that’s decentralized, with long-term protection for the content and payment for publishers.


This startup is building a “sub-sub-sub-sub-sub-sub-sub-sub-sub-sub-sub-sub-sub-sub-sub”-level of search, giving users more detail about the results for more search terms.


A startup that aims to be the Uber of short-term rentals, allowing people to rent out their spare rooms or entire homes. Ethos currently has a pilot in place with over 10,000 users.


A way to automatically sell your old stuff on eBay, using big data to determine what you’re likely to buy again.


A San Francisco-based startup that wants to disrupt the way that flexible manufacturing is done. Its purpose is to help customers determine the optimal amount of materials needed for products, and help companies manage materials.


A tool for investors that lets them see how equity is being allocated across a portfolio to determine which companies are “winning” the deals.


This startup uses voice recognition and artificial intelligence to understand the emotions that are being expressed by voice (like “I’m angry”) and determine if this voice is coming from a human or machine.


A startup that helps businesses become more efficient by keeping track of what they spend money on in terms of time and labor.


A startup, built for the construction industry, that helps manage suppliers’ payment terms


A visual collaboration tool that helps people determine what they want to do, where they want to do it, and what they want to work on next.


An office terminal for cash businesses


A startup for tracking running mileage, showing a user’s progress in terms of distance run and time spent running. The startup is focused on the female market.


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 platform to save money on airline tickets for frequent travelers. The company’s software automatically determines how much you’d pay each way to get to a particular destination, based on your previous travel history.


A “non-traditional” startup that focuses on the aftermarket. It focuses on a market that’s typically difficult to reach because of the need for a deeper understanding of a customer’s business and needs.


The term was coined in 2006 by Fred Wilson, who wrote "Startup - A Silicon Valley Adventure" in which he stresses the importance of a culture of growth.


A real estate service for renting out short-term furnished apartments.


A platform that allows people to see how their city compares to others in terms of access to safe drinking water and sanitation. It’s currently in beta and launching in San Francisco.


A startup that uses machine learning and natural language processing to help companies determine what the best way is to communicate with customers.


A free online tool for freelancers that simplifies the process of finding reliable clients, vetting them for quality, finding payment terms, and more.


A platform for groceries that uses RFID technology and point-of-sale terminals to track the history of each item in inventory and notify employees when inventory is nearing its expiration date


The world of finance is changing dramatically, and there’s a lot of confusion around how new technologies like fintech will impact financial services. Fintech can take the form of apps, startups, and platforms, or it can be composed of a mix of all three. Fintech is a catch-all term that can include everything from cryptocurrencies, to artificial intelligence, to machine learning, and more. Fintech startup solutions help companies navigate these changes.


A platform for short-term rentals through a combination of posting, ratings, and reviews.


A travel booking app for the US market that’s focused on building long-term relationships, rather than creating new reservations every time. It features a single price which is then split between their members.


A startup for long-term rentals, allowing renters to find a home and a landlord to find the right tenant. Both sides can be verified by credit checks and the landlord can maintain control over the rental.


A company called SmartPay that claims to be building a service that allows merchants to accept digital currency payments without having to install a terminal.


A startup that helps you determine how much energy you’re using in an hour or a day. The app is free, and in the US will soon be free for all users.


A digital tool that helps users visualize their finances in terms of debt, retirement, and savings.


A tool to help recruiters identify the best candidates for each job. For instance, if an ad says a certain job is in Chicago, the tool can look up the average salary and job openings to determine if this job is a good match.


A startup that advertises itself as “the Airbnb of villages.” The company is building a marketplace for rural villages in India, where villagers can rent out their rooms for short-term stays.


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.


The startup wants to build a marketplace for the next generation of employees, where companies can sell affordable part-time and contingent labor for tasks like cleaning, deliveries and other services. It wants to build a company that will be able to create a network of “micro-employers”, who can offer cheap labor, solve for the “short-term inconvenience of an extra employee,” and scale quickly.


A platform for new-hire onboarding that uses an “heuristic-based” system to determine the employee’s job fit. Previously, most company HR has been based on a 90-10 fit scale with 10 being the best fit, but the company claims it can do better.


A tool to help businesses use AI to determine what kind of content to produce and to improve their marketing campaigns.


An AI-powered chatbot that can help companies and employees schedule meetings, handle travel coordination, book rooms and even help with pre-determined tasks in the office.


A platform that helps travel agencies determine the best deals for their clients by offering them access to a network of travel agents.


Blackbox is trying to tackle the problem of consumer credit scores, which are used to help determine creditworthiness, but are not very accurate. The startup is building a credit scoring tool that uses data from places like Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter to determine creditworthiness.


A startup that provides a service for people to create a video of them explaining who they are and what they are looking for in a long-term relationship


A startup that provides an app for finding people who are interested in being a part of a mastermind group


Idea: A startup for short-term coworking


Idea: A coaching platform that helps software engineers achieve their long-term career goals


Idea: A startup for short-term rentals, with a twist: a $100k insurance policy that covers any damages to the apartment up to a $5 million limit.


Idea: A startup that helps companies offer employees an easy way to invest their savings into a long-term retirement fund.


Idea: A company that wants to help freelancers and remote workers without access to healthcare manage their health. Users take a quiz to determine their health needs, and then the company helps them find affordable ways to take


Idea: A startup that wants to build a “Bloomberg terminal for the Internet of Things”, aiming to help companies that make connected devices from cars to smart homes maintain security.


A startup that makes it easier for companies to change their terms of service. Teams can create and update a company’s terms of service in one place, and use the platform to easily push the updates out to customers.


Idea: A community directory for short-term housing aimed at tourists and newcomers to a city. The startup is planning to expand to other cities in the future.