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- Vinolytics -- Wine collection management software that uses data analytics to simplify the process of trading and enjoying your wine cellar.
- WatchRx -- A smart watch that manages medication reminders for elders and their caregivers, as well as keeping tabs on users' well-being.
- Diversity Dashboard -- Project management software that provides the ability to measure the results and analyze the ROI of diversity programs.
- TwelveJobs -- A system for matching job seekers and employers based on skills and eliminating implicit bias.
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control systems and software can manipulate items of varying size, shape and weight. The demo table had a variety of items, such as an apple and a packet of crackers, you could try it out on. One of the big shortcomings of the conventional automation tools for industrial applications has been the inability to handle things that are soft, irregularly shaped, etc. The first thought that leaped to my mind was "can it handle tomatoes?" I asked about tomatoes as soon as I got a chance. Yes, it can. Soft Robotics already has a customer using it to sort and pack tomatoes. Check out the case study on their website.
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|MIT System Design and Management Experts Can Handle Anything|
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As is traditional, I'll close with an Expert Looking Expert photo: Belen Zuniga representing the MIT Executive MBA program. This is what an expert looks like:
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