The MIT-born startup, Nectome Inc., has a mission to preserve your brain and keep all your memories intact to recreate your consciousness in the future. But it comes with a cost – the technology used to preserve your brain will also kill you. The company has a waitlist, which requires a $10,000 deposit.
Have you been to the Prudential Center lately? Well, now you have an excuse to stop by. Short Edition, a French publishing startup, created a machine that dispenses short stories. Word on the street is it’s been in the Pru for a few months, but now it’s in a more visible and accessible location.
Boston-based startup, Carbon Black, believes in diversity and inclusion, which is why they started a women-focused group within the company. Carbon Black has a forum for employees to discuss topics that are specifically related to women and offered opportunities for learning and development for female employees.
Scout Exchange is hoping to revolutionize the global recruiting industry by using artificial intelligence to connect employers to recruiters who have experience in hiring people in a particular industry. Unlike other platforms, Scout Exchange keeps the recruiter at the center of the process rather than directly connecting hiring managers and candidates.
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