Day 1 of Disrupt London was an immense triumph.
Mustafa Suleyman—a British entrepreneur and co-founder of DeepMind Technologies, an artificial intelligence/machine learning company—introduced us to the future of AI. Dr. Michael Lynch—founder of HP Autonomy—derided HP’s lawsuit worth $5 Billion against him. Moreover, Marc Raibert—founder of Boston Dynamics—trotted out his four-legged robot, SpotMini.
However, the Startup Battlefield has always been the heart of Disrupt, and London crew this year was all set up—as always.
This outstanding and terrific Disrupt battlefield was all splashed up by 12 companies along with a Wild Card entry. The competitors had 6 minutes to introduce, present, and demonstrate their product. This was followed by a Q&A round of 6 minutes with a panel of honored judges. The panel of Q&A judges included experts such as Don Dodge from Google, Siraj Khaliq from Atomico, and Nic Brisbourne from Forward Partners.
Want to know the finalists of the marvelous Disrupt London Startup Battlefield finalists??? Here you go…
Let’s have a look at what each one is having for the battle.
InsideDNA is planning to facilitate and assist people in finding the appropriate drug by studying their DNA. Alike other companies, it uses not only enormous amount of health-related data that is already available but also one’s genetic code, in order to find remedies that would work on the DNA, what it considers to be the best and appropriate determination.
LiftIgniter’s focus is on making the web free of garbage link suggestions. Therefore as a replacement for the not-so-good links that are usually seen at the bottom of articles, companies working with LiftIgniter can now build their websites in a more lively and special way for their readers with the help of a machine learning model.
Oxehealth with the help of existing cameras monitors a patient’s heartbeat and other imperative signs. Noticeable thing is, even if the camera is across the room, it can detect changes in skin color and precisely interpret a heartbeat.
PhenixP2P aims to enable live online video streams actually live. The company founded by Stefan Birrer in 2013 wrote an innovative live-streaming platform based on the idea that it should be able to scale to millions of devices with no occurrences of any type of latency problems that are faced by its competitors.
Seenit makes it possible for event organizers and other businesses to turn up their largest fans in a filmy bunch. In this, the Seenit customers can invite a particular group of their own end-users. These invited users with the help of the Seenit app can record and submit videos from their own smartphones.
Let’s wait for the final round to see who will grab the TechCrunch Disrupt London Startup Battle’s trophy…!!