D.CAMP, a Korean non-profit startup incubation foundation funded by Korean lenders and financial institutions, has launched a campus league for D.Day, a startup demo day event for promising startups run by undergraduates, graduate students and professors. .
According to Sunday’s D.CAMP, nine startups in cooperation with nine universities participated in the October D.Day event held in Seoul on Saturday.
Bio Research AI and Forms defeated seven other finalists to win the Campus League.
Bio Research AI won the D.CAMP award for automation software for bio and pharmaceutical research and work using in-house developed algorithms and natural language processing technology.
Forms won the Seodaemun District Mayor Award for developing the Faceform service that provides virtual influencers to online sellers seeking influencer marketing and live commerce. His Faceform continues to study human faces using deep learning techniques for better design of virtual humans.
DeepLeHR operates a factory job employment platform based on database AI technology. The aim is to shorten the application period from the current four weeks to at least two weeks.
Michael at Work develops an enterprise search engine for work files and information, creating a unified database of work tools, cloud services and ERP data. Beta test service started for better operation.
Coolmint is working on a system to help employers pay wages in cryptocurrencies. A beta version of Automated Payroll, Billing, and Reservations will be available later this year.
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