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Tepper Alumnus Launches New Location-based Services Startup
Never forget where you've been! That's the concept behind Kedar Benegal's (TPR '02) new startup, KeepTrax. The VC-backed business recently launched a Beta iOS app to demonstrate the capabilities of the platform. Once downloaded, KeepTrax will automatically record all “relevant” locations that you visit including name, address, arrival time, departure time, duration, and any photos taken during the visit.
CMU Alumnus Startup Algorithmia Featured in Wired
Co-founded by CMU alumnus Diego M. Oppenheimer, Algorithmia offers access to algorithms through an online service. The idea is to give algorithm creators the chance to have their work used in the real world and to get paid for it. Read the full story.
CMU's Rebecca Gilbert Releases New Book on Eating Vegan
Rebecca Gilbert of CMU's University Advancement department and founder of Yummy Plants, a vegan lifestyle website, recently launched her first book, It’s Easy to Start Eating Vegan: Yummy Plants 101 at the Stephen Foster Community Center in Lawrenceville. Read the press release.
The James R. Swartz Entrepreneurial Fellows Program
The James R. Swartz Entrepreneurial Fellows Program is taking applications for this year's cohort. Open to all incoming and current graduate students at the Pittsburgh and Silicon Valley campuses.