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Semanux discovers the AI start-up ecosystem in Austin

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Semanux was selected as one of fifteen start-ups to take part in an AIBC Eurocluster mission trip to Austin, Texas.

Logo of the AIBC Euroclusters.

The AIBC Euroclusters is a European Union initiative to promote digitalization, resilience and the transition to a green economy – in particular by supporting start-ups that play a central role in building the next generation economy.

In the concrete implementation of individual projects, the EU relies on a consortium made up of various national organizations from the field of economic development. The project is managed by the Italian Fondazione Piemonte Innova, while bwcon research gGmbH looks after the German participants. Semanux applied to take part in the program and was invited to participate after a demanding application process with strong competition from other start-ups from all over Europe. The aim of the mission trip is to introduce European start-ups from the AI and blockchain sector to the American start-up ecosystem and to exchange ideas about technological developments in an international context.

Austin in Texas, United States of America.

Austin in Texas, United States of America.

The program lasts four days, starting on Sunday, July 14, 2024, and includes company visits, workshops and cultural activities – including a visit to the Texas State Congress. Furthermore, the program participants will talk about current AI developments, hold a design thinking workshop and exchange ideas with other start-ups from Austin. Professor Bernhard Kölmel from Pforzheim University is in charge of the program.

The program lasts four days, starting on Sunday, July 14, 2024, and includes company visits, workshops and cultural activities – including a visit to the Texas State Congress. Furthermore, the program participants will talk about current AI developments, hold a design thinking workshop and exchange ideas with other start-ups from Austin. Professor Bernhard Kölmel from Pforzheim University is in charge of the program.

Funded by the AIBC EUROCLUSTERS project which has received funding from the European Union (Grant agreement no. 101074645). Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union, Fondazione Piemonte Innova or the AIBC Consortium. Neither the European Union nor Fondazione Piemonte Innova or the AIBC Consortium can be held responsible for them.

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