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AI2C

Coronavirus tracking App

Switzerland
Market: Artificial Intelligence
Stage of the project: Idea or something is already done

Date of last change: 07.04.2020
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$  500.000
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$ 3.000.000
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Idea

We are developing a Coronavirus tracking App (LYSI) that will allow us to exit from the existing quarantine situation. LYSI will save lives and will enable the start of the economy thus revitalize global trade

Current Status

Developing the Beta Release

Market

Governments and Large Corporations

Problem or Opportunity

Global economy has stopped due to the Coronavirus crisis.
Governments and Corporates require technology tools that will support the exit scenarios from the current situation

Solution (product or service)

Coronavirus tracking app with special features

Competitors

We assume that some teams are trying to develop such Apps. Complexity though requires sophisticated modelling, computational power and solid understanding of the GDPR and cross border rules.

Advantages or differentiators

Complexity though requires sophisticated modelling, computational power and solid understanding of the GDPR and cross border rules.
Our cross divisional skill set drives us in a leading position.

Our team is leading in AI, mathematical modelling and supercomputing.

Founders of AI2C are:

Prof. Dr. Ing. Petros Koumoutsakos
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH Zurich): Professorship for Computational Science

Konstantin Panoussopoulos, PhD
25 years of Private Equity, Asset Management, Banking and Strategic Management Consulting experience

Finance

to be discussed with interested parties

Business model

to be discussed with interested parties

Money will be spent on

Develop the solution and working capital for business development.
No money required for offices, or IT hardware

Offer for investor

to be discussed

Risks

to be discussed once business plan is presented

Incubation/Acceleration programs accomplishment

We speak with some Investors

Won the competition and other awards

The team won in 2013 the Gordon Bell Prize, for the biggest simulation performed ever in Europe. Until today they are still unbeatable.
The Gordon Bell Prize is an award presented by the Association for Computing Machinery each year in conjunction with the Supercomputing Conference series. The prize recognizes outstanding achievement in high-performance computing applications.

https://ethz.ch/en/news-and-events/eth-news/news/2013/11/Prestigious%20Gordon%20Bell%20Prize.html
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