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We are a scrappy team of entrepreneurs, artists, and innovators. We run blended educational programs focused on entrepreneurship. For more information about our team and Bootcamps, visit: http://bootcamp.mit.edu

Latest Episodes

How to generate business opportunities with AI

AI is a fundamental, transformative technology like the microprocessor or the Internet. In the coming decades it will impact nearly all aspects of business. Unfortunately, few good resources exist for our future business leaders to learn about practical AI solutions and how to integrate them into their businesses. In this E-Seminar, Kevin Dewalt of Prolego will teach individuals how AI can generate revenue in business applications, how to identify and develop AI use cases within your business environments and how to mitigate risks on any new AI initiative. You will be able to put these new skills to immediate use at your company or startup. This is a business skills training and not a technical training. You won’t learn how to build a neural network or perform feature engineering. Instead, they will learn how to use fundamental AI concepts such as training data, machine learning, deep learning in customer conversations and proposals. You will learn how to identify emerging business...

58 MIN2019 APR 30
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How to generate business opportunities with AI

Introduction to Deep Technology

The Introduction to Deep Technology E-Seminar will provide a high-level overview of emerging areas in Deep Tech including the Internet of Things, Autonomous Vehicles, Deep Learning, and Virtual reality, as well as some underlying enabling technologies. A portion of the talk will describe what participants can expect from the upcoming Deep Tech Bootcamp hosted at MIT. Josh Siegel is an Assistant Professor in Computer Science and Engineering at Michigan State University (MSU) and the lead instructor for MIT’s Internet of Things and Deep Tech Bootcamp. He received Ph.D., S.M. and S.B. degrees in Mechanical Engineering from MIT. Josh and his automotive companies have been recognized with accolades including the Lemelson-MIT Student Prize and the MassIT Government Innovation Prize. He has multiple issued patents, published in top scholarly venues, and been featured in popular media. Dr. Siegel’s ongoing research develops architectures for secure and efficient connectivity, applications...

57 MIN2019 APR 30
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Introduction to Deep Technology

Deep Dive: Q&A Session 7 Working with Universities

Jim Lampert responds to questions from the previous lecture about working with universities.

51 MIN2019 APR 2
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Deep Dive: Q&A Session 7 Working with Universities

Deep Dive: Q&A Session 6 Licensing and its limitations

Jim responds to your questions regarding patent licensing.

51 MIN2019 MAR 7
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Deep Dive: Q&A Session 6 Licensing and its limitations

Global Innovators: Surviving Startup Bankruptcy

Unless you're lucky enough to be a well-funded startup, a cash crunch during the early stages of your company is often a question of when, rather than if. And a few small errors in operation management may put you in a situation with a financial storm on the horizon. While some entrepreneurs may quit, Dr. Wasim’s story is about weathering the bankruptcy storm and coming out ahead. Techmed, India's first dedicated hospital lab company, faced bankruptcy during their startup journey and came out ahead. Today, the company has about $8 million in annual revenues, but it wouldn't still be standing if they had quit during the tough times. Dr. Wasim, co-founder of Techmed, shares the inside story of how they overcame bankruptcy and why persistence is the key to success.

68 MIN2019 FEB 23
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Global Innovators: Surviving Startup Bankruptcy

Deep Dive: Licensing and its Limitations

If your business uses technology and IP to make money, you will likely need licenses from others who have the technology andthe IP that you need. After you received those, you will likelygive licenses to those you work with and often your customers. So, where to start? Here are some of the questions Jim answers... What kinds of licenses are there? What do they usually say? What provisions do you need to look out for? When what you are doing involves both your and someone else’s technology, what is the fair way to deal with what each of you can do with that technology in the future? And finally, what are the limitations?

63 MIN2019 FEB 15
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Deep Dive: Licensing and its Limitations

Deep Dive: Q&A Session 5 Patent Infringement - Back to the Patent Office

Jim Lampert responds to your questions about Patent Infringement.

45 MIN2019 JAN 24
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Deep Dive: Q&A Session 5 Patent Infringement - Back to the Patent Office

How to hire your startup team: The fundamentals of healthy team dynamics

So you want to hire a startup team, but don't know where to start. How do I begin to hire my first employees? A friend of a friend? Do I reach out blindly to my network? What if I’m not finding the right candidates? Where should I look? What happens when I disagree with my co-founder? How do we move forward? Seasoned entrepreneurs Robin Bose and Ed Hallen walk us through how to hire your startup team and how to manage the conflicts that will, undoubtedly, arise on your team. Robin and Ed have built successful careers in the startup world after graduating from MIT with MBAs from the Sloan School of Management. Robin works to build software that creates both market and social impact. Robin started his career working with big data at a technology and analytics company, mostly for customers in financial services. Later, he worked with Ashoka, a global network of social entrepreneurs in 70+ countries and most recently served as the VP of market development at Endurance International Gro...

60 MIN2019 JAN 19
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How to hire your startup team: The fundamentals of healthy team dynamics

How To Build a Company with Electronic Health Data

After graduating from the University of Virginia with a B.S. in Systems Engineering and Economics, Ricky Sahu went to Google and worked to improve search functionality and to increase traffic for Google’s Enterprise Apps product. Afterward, he built tools to improve search engine optimization and online marketing using machine learning and programming crowds with tools like Mechanical Turk. After Google, Ricky worked at Promediacorp where he further used his skills to improve SEO and online marketing for companies like Sony, Microsoft, and Forever21. Changing his focus to healthcare analytics, Ricky was the first employee and Director of Engineering at the D.C. based health tech startup CareJourney which analyzes claims data and publishes APIs for Accountable Care Organizations to improve care and reduce costs. In 2017, Ricky co-founded 1upHealth where his company aims to bridge the gap between patient-centered data and provider needs by using patient-generated data to enable appli...

60 MIN2019 JAN 16
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How To Build a Company with Electronic Health Data

Deep Dive: Patent Infringement – Back to the Patent Office

The details of patent infringement are something that only a patent attorney love. But you and your company (particularly if you are start-up) need to have some basic understandings when you are trying to decide whether or not to sue come competitor, or what to do when you are charged with infringement. The goal of this session is to help you understand what acts can and cannot be “infringing,” and what effects of losing an infringement suit can have on you and your customers. Also, when can you challenge a patent in the PTO without having to go through litigation, and if your patent has problems, can you get the PTO to fix them.

67 MIN2019 JAN 11
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Deep Dive: Patent Infringement – Back to the Patent Office

Latest Episodes

How to generate business opportunities with AI

AI is a fundamental, transformative technology like the microprocessor or the Internet. In the coming decades it will impact nearly all aspects of business. Unfortunately, few good resources exist for our future business leaders to learn about practical AI solutions and how to integrate them into their businesses. In this E-Seminar, Kevin Dewalt of Prolego will teach individuals how AI can generate revenue in business applications, how to identify and develop AI use cases within your business environments and how to mitigate risks on any new AI initiative. You will be able to put these new skills to immediate use at your company or startup. This is a business skills training and not a technical training. You won’t learn how to build a neural network or perform feature engineering. Instead, they will learn how to use fundamental AI concepts such as training data, machine learning, deep learning in customer conversations and proposals. You will learn how to identify emerging business...

58 MIN2019 APR 30
Comments
How to generate business opportunities with AI

Introduction to Deep Technology

The Introduction to Deep Technology E-Seminar will provide a high-level overview of emerging areas in Deep Tech including the Internet of Things, Autonomous Vehicles, Deep Learning, and Virtual reality, as well as some underlying enabling technologies. A portion of the talk will describe what participants can expect from the upcoming Deep Tech Bootcamp hosted at MIT. Josh Siegel is an Assistant Professor in Computer Science and Engineering at Michigan State University (MSU) and the lead instructor for MIT’s Internet of Things and Deep Tech Bootcamp. He received Ph.D., S.M. and S.B. degrees in Mechanical Engineering from MIT. Josh and his automotive companies have been recognized with accolades including the Lemelson-MIT Student Prize and the MassIT Government Innovation Prize. He has multiple issued patents, published in top scholarly venues, and been featured in popular media. Dr. Siegel’s ongoing research develops architectures for secure and efficient connectivity, applications...

57 MIN2019 APR 30
Comments
Introduction to Deep Technology

Deep Dive: Q&A Session 7 Working with Universities

Jim Lampert responds to questions from the previous lecture about working with universities.

51 MIN2019 APR 2
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Deep Dive: Q&A Session 7 Working with Universities

Deep Dive: Q&A Session 6 Licensing and its limitations

Jim responds to your questions regarding patent licensing.

51 MIN2019 MAR 7
Comments
Deep Dive: Q&A Session 6 Licensing and its limitations

Global Innovators: Surviving Startup Bankruptcy

Unless you're lucky enough to be a well-funded startup, a cash crunch during the early stages of your company is often a question of when, rather than if. And a few small errors in operation management may put you in a situation with a financial storm on the horizon. While some entrepreneurs may quit, Dr. Wasim’s story is about weathering the bankruptcy storm and coming out ahead. Techmed, India's first dedicated hospital lab company, faced bankruptcy during their startup journey and came out ahead. Today, the company has about $8 million in annual revenues, but it wouldn't still be standing if they had quit during the tough times. Dr. Wasim, co-founder of Techmed, shares the inside story of how they overcame bankruptcy and why persistence is the key to success.

68 MIN2019 FEB 23
Comments
Global Innovators: Surviving Startup Bankruptcy

Deep Dive: Licensing and its Limitations

If your business uses technology and IP to make money, you will likely need licenses from others who have the technology andthe IP that you need. After you received those, you will likelygive licenses to those you work with and often your customers. So, where to start? Here are some of the questions Jim answers... What kinds of licenses are there? What do they usually say? What provisions do you need to look out for? When what you are doing involves both your and someone else’s technology, what is the fair way to deal with what each of you can do with that technology in the future? And finally, what are the limitations?

63 MIN2019 FEB 15
Comments
Deep Dive: Licensing and its Limitations

Deep Dive: Q&A Session 5 Patent Infringement - Back to the Patent Office

Jim Lampert responds to your questions about Patent Infringement.

45 MIN2019 JAN 24
Comments
Deep Dive: Q&A Session 5 Patent Infringement - Back to the Patent Office

How to hire your startup team: The fundamentals of healthy team dynamics

So you want to hire a startup team, but don't know where to start. How do I begin to hire my first employees? A friend of a friend? Do I reach out blindly to my network? What if I’m not finding the right candidates? Where should I look? What happens when I disagree with my co-founder? How do we move forward? Seasoned entrepreneurs Robin Bose and Ed Hallen walk us through how to hire your startup team and how to manage the conflicts that will, undoubtedly, arise on your team. Robin and Ed have built successful careers in the startup world after graduating from MIT with MBAs from the Sloan School of Management. Robin works to build software that creates both market and social impact. Robin started his career working with big data at a technology and analytics company, mostly for customers in financial services. Later, he worked with Ashoka, a global network of social entrepreneurs in 70+ countries and most recently served as the VP of market development at Endurance International Gro...

60 MIN2019 JAN 19
Comments
How to hire your startup team: The fundamentals of healthy team dynamics

How To Build a Company with Electronic Health Data

After graduating from the University of Virginia with a B.S. in Systems Engineering and Economics, Ricky Sahu went to Google and worked to improve search functionality and to increase traffic for Google’s Enterprise Apps product. Afterward, he built tools to improve search engine optimization and online marketing using machine learning and programming crowds with tools like Mechanical Turk. After Google, Ricky worked at Promediacorp where he further used his skills to improve SEO and online marketing for companies like Sony, Microsoft, and Forever21. Changing his focus to healthcare analytics, Ricky was the first employee and Director of Engineering at the D.C. based health tech startup CareJourney which analyzes claims data and publishes APIs for Accountable Care Organizations to improve care and reduce costs. In 2017, Ricky co-founded 1upHealth where his company aims to bridge the gap between patient-centered data and provider needs by using patient-generated data to enable appli...

60 MIN2019 JAN 16
Comments
How To Build a Company with Electronic Health Data

Deep Dive: Patent Infringement – Back to the Patent Office

The details of patent infringement are something that only a patent attorney love. But you and your company (particularly if you are start-up) need to have some basic understandings when you are trying to decide whether or not to sue come competitor, or what to do when you are charged with infringement. The goal of this session is to help you understand what acts can and cannot be “infringing,” and what effects of losing an infringement suit can have on you and your customers. Also, when can you challenge a patent in the PTO without having to go through litigation, and if your patent has problems, can you get the PTO to fix them.

67 MIN2019 JAN 11
Comments
Deep Dive: Patent Infringement – Back to the Patent Office
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