Starmind Joins 9 Other Selected Technology Startups for the Program
Starmind, the leading technology to expand human ingenuity by applying neuroscientific principles to AI, recently announced that it has been chosen by Microsoft ScaleUp to participate in the prestigious four-month program for technology start-ups.
Starmind joins nine other innovative companies from around the world as they work with experienced coaches at Microsoft and continuing to develop their growth strategy. Microsoft will provide $500 million worldwide for the next two years to help founders expand through co-selling and access to Microsoft’s international sales and partner network and the Azure cloud platform.
Led by a jury of Microsoft Executives and Venture Capitalists (VCs), ScaleUp’s focus is on the technological scaling of start-up solutions, especially with the aid of the Microsoft Azure cloud platform. The program is represented at eight locations worldwide: Bangalore, Beijing, London, Seattle, Shanghai, Sydney, Tel Aviv and Berlin.
“Microsoft has attracted some of the brightest minds in the world to develop products and technology virtually everyone uses. Their highlighting and recognizing our work in AI is a strong token of acknowledgment and one I am proud to share with the entire Starmind team. We are looking forward to working with and learning from some of the most experienced technology and business development specialists at Microsoft. This will ultimately add more value for our clients, team, and stakeholders,” said Pascal Kaufmann, Founder of Starmind.
“The artificial intelligence of the participating start-ups, such as Starmind, simplify administrative tasks, enrich decision-making bases with meaningful insights and ensure better knowledge transfer and exchange within the company. They make work across sectors more efficient and show the potential of the human-machine team,” said Iskender Dirik, Managing Director of Microsoft ScaleUp Berlin.
The other companies included in ScaleUp are: 1PlusX, Coureon Logistics, Jelastic, Nextail, Opinary, PhraseApp, SMACC, speexx, and Webdata Solutions.