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A new travel subscription service offers transportation across multiple transport methods
A new software uses AI and eye-tracking technology to quickly facilitate an early diagnosis of dyslexia in children.
A subscription feminine hygiene company uses AI to predict exactly when women will need products each month.
Subscription service rewards consumers for tracking their vitamin consumption via the accompanying app.
A new camera design allows sports teams to easily create their own videos, without the need for an operator
A new smart shoe can sense when a wearer has fallen and call for emergency assistance
SA company helps businesses keep on top of traffic fines incurred by staff in company cars, accepting the cryptocurrency for providing the service.
A partnership between a restaurant and a DNA tester allows customers to design meals tailored to their exact nutritional needs.
A new app uses coaching instruction, curated playlists and a points leaderboard to keep users motivated.
UK startup takes on the traditional door-to-door milk delivery service and responds to a growing demand for milk alternatives.
New browser extension uses algorithms to mine publicly available sources to keep users informed about manufacturers’ ethical practices.
A new subscription service that works with multiple brands, allows customers to return their cups to any participating store.
A Swedish rail operator has begun using a payment system linked to microchips embedded in customers’ hands.
Dutch service Swapfiets means cyclists will never have to go without their bike while it is in for repair.
This monthly service delivers all-black socks, underwear, a t-shirt and one other item of choice, with options to upgrade the package.
Salewhale’s virtual sales assistant algorithms process and analyze promising inbound customers interactions and can respond in natural language before passing on the client to a human assistant.
A new members network offers users the opportunity to live in hotels and furnished apartments around the world, without maintaining multiple residences.
Stanford University students caught out and about without an essential such as Kleenex, an antihistamine or a hangover cure can now summon delivery via Jetpack.
The Calm Box delivers a monthly dose of relaxation in the form of curated collections of items designed to help the recipient unwind, physically and mentally.
Obviously is an automatic flower delivery service in the UK set up by two entrepreneurs to help solve the problem of forgetting important dates.
Retail Intelligence system helps store owners count visitors, manage lines and improve displays.