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Established in 1978, MIT Enterprise Forum (MITEF) is one of the oldest entrepreneurial-support organizations in the world. These podcasts are produced by the Cambridge Chapter. The podcasts compliment the programs held in Cambridge, Massachusetts. These in-person programs bring together startup founders, investors, industry leaders, service providers, and the tech-curious to inform, connect and coach the early-stage technology entrepreneur.

Established in 1978, MIT Enterprise Forum (MITEF) is one of the oldest entrepreneurial-support organizations in the world. These podcasts are produced by the Cambridge Chapter. The podcasts compliment the programs held in Cambridge, Massachusetts. These in-person programs bring together startup founders, investors, industry leaders, service providers, and the tech-curious to inform, connect and coach the early-stage technology entrepreneur.
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Established in 1978, MIT Enterprise Forum (MITEF) is one of the oldest entrepreneurial-support organizations in the world. These podcasts are produced by the Cambridge Chapter. The podcasts compliment the programs held in Cambridge, Massachusetts. These in-person programs bring together startup founders, investors, industry leaders, service providers, and the tech-curious to inform, connect and coach the early-stage technology entrepreneur.

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Raising $ Today vs. “Back in the Day” and Other Insights from Terry Hsiao

11/30/2018
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As part of our 40th-anniversary celebration, we’re catching up with successful entrepreneurs who have a #MITEFStory and asking them about the past, present, and future both for them and for the MIT Enterprise Forum. Terry Hsiao is a serial entrepreneur, advisor, and investor. His latest startup, Hook Mobile, a mobile cloud messaging services provider that […] The post Raising $ Today vs. “Back in the Day” and Other Insights from Terry Hsiao appeared first on MIT Enterprise Forum Cambridge.

Duration:00:21:05

Mobile App Development

6/11/2018
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Since 2009, MindSea has developed hundreds of mobile applications for startups, news media giants, and nearly everything in between. Using their strategic expertise, they guide companies in planning, launching and growing their mobile offering to a widespread audience. Recognized for their applications’ outstanding user experience, as well as their exceptional client service, this Canadian team […] The post Mobile App Development appeared first on MIT Enterprise Forum Cambridge.

Duration:00:14:43

Reinventing Healthcare Communications: An Interview with The Rounds

6/5/2018
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Developed by Boondoc Technologies, The Rounds provides physicians with a free, secure, online platform to collaborate and connect in real-time with colleagues across the country. Providing members with access to thousands of journal articles, posts, as well as clinical queries from colleagues, and insights and research from subject matter experts, The Rounds is reinventing how […] The post Reinventing Healthcare Communications: An Interview with The Rounds appeared first on MIT Enterprise...

Duration:00:20:03

Discovering the Potential of Holographic Technology with 4Deep In-water Imaging

5/29/2018
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4Deep In-water Imaging is making waves in the world of 3D imaging. Developing patented holographic and fluorescence technology, the company from Nova Scotia, Canada is creating powerful microscopes that are not only faster and more precise than others on the market but are also incredibly versatile. You can meet the team in person at our […] The post Discovering the Potential of Holographic Technology with 4Deep In-water Imaging appeared first on MIT Enterprise Forum Cambridge.

Duration:00:18:55

Blockchain Meets IoT

3/30/2018
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In this podcast, Connected Things Conference Chair Mark Thirman introduces the participants on our Point/Counterpoint, Blockchain & IoT panel. This panel was partly inspired by the vintage SNL skit with Dan Aykroyd and Jane Curtin coupled with the deluge of interest in the notion of Blockchain and IoT combined in some fashion. Frank Gillette, VP, and Principal […] The post Blockchain Meets IoT appeared first on MIT Enterprise Forum Cambridge.

Duration:00:25:07

How GE Power Advances IoT

3/30/2018
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In this podcast with Steven Martin, Chief Digital Officer of GE Power, we get a preview of a few themes that will emerge in his keynote at the event on April 5th. Connected Things Conference Chair, Mark Thirman, spoke with Steve about key GE Power initiatives including; securing the grid, as GE is an active player in […] The post How GE Power Advances IoT appeared first on MIT Enterprise Forum Cambridge.

Duration:00:38:01

The MathWorks on IoT Success

3/21/2018
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In this podcast we talk with Eric Wetjen, Senior Product Marketing Manager at Natick, Massachusetts-based The MathWorks, one of the world’s leading makers of mathematical computing software. The company’s long heritage in areas like embedded computing and predictive maintenance, as well as its broad focus across industries — everything from industrial automation, to smart cities, […] The post The MathWorks on IoT Success appeared first on MIT Enterprise Forum Cambridge.

Duration:00:14:29

How AWS Views IoT

3/20/2018
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Many would argue that the only effective way to gain value at scale from the massive amounts of data the Internet of Things generates is with cloud computing. But what cannot be argued is the position Amazon Web Services holds as a dominant player in the cloud. So what is the AWS take on the […] The post How AWS Views IoT appeared first on MIT Enterprise Forum Cambridge.

Duration:00:54:38

Lyft’s Growth Story

2/24/2018
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Woody Hartman is VP of Operations at Lyft. As the person responsible for taking Lyft’s operations from those of a startup to those of a growth company, he offers special insights into some of the challenges — and ways to overcome them — that startups face that either must grow fast or will die young. […] The post Lyft’s Growth Story appeared first on MIT Enterprise Forum Cambridge.

Duration:00:18:44

Innovating Cannabis

2/19/2018
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Shanel Lindsay is one of Massachusetts’ thought leaders on the medical use of cannabis and is founder and president of Ardent, a startup in the space. She is also a member of the Massachusetts Cannabis Advisory Board, where she works with Massachusetts state government to develop and implement regulations for the medical and adult use […] The post Innovating Cannabis appeared first on MIT Enterprise Forum Cambridge.

Duration:00:24:32

A Massive Change: Shared Autonomous Electric Vehicles

1/7/2018
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In advance of our February 6th, 2018 event all about autonomous vehicles, we spoke with one of the speakers, Boston Consulting Group Principal, Augustin Wegscheider, who also manages the World Economic Forum’s Future of Urban & Autonomous Mobility project. In this podcast, he talks about a particular aspect of this trend: shared electric autonomous vehicles, […] The post A Massive Change: Shared Autonomous Electric Vehicles appeared first on MIT Enterprise Forum Cambridge.

Duration:00:16:31

Coming Soon: Crypto Funded Credit Scoring

12/15/2017
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Successful computer applications by definition create value — but usually require some form of human intermediation to turn that value into actual money that the application’s developers, supporters, and even users can spend. That’s the beauty of cryptocurrency. Even if the application’s developers — and indeed the company behind the application — go away, the […] The post Coming Soon: Crypto Funded Credit Scoring appeared first on MIT Enterprise Forum Cambridge.

Duration:00:27:20

How ICOs Work — a Podcast with Lex Sokolin

12/10/2017
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One thing was obvious from our recent Innovation Series event on initial coin offerings (ICOs): People have a lot of questions about this new form of investing — like what are ICOs, how do they work, and how can startups and investors participate? It’s pretty clear, for example, that when you buy shares in an […] The post How ICOs Work — a Podcast with Lex Sokolin appeared first on MIT Enterprise Forum Cambridge.

Duration:00:30:05

Turning a Diagnosis into a Personal Statement

11/27/2017
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Starting a successful new company is impressive enough. But opening a new market is even more so, especially when the founder happens to be a college student. That’s what Emily Levy accomplished as the CEO and co-founder of Mighty Well — a company at the intersection of fashion, lifestyle, and disease management. But that’s just […] The post Turning a Diagnosis into a Personal Statement appeared first on MIT Enterprise Forum Cambridge.

Duration:00:23:28

WorkAround: Now Serving Refugee Talent Online

11/18/2017
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Suppose you are a graduate student from Syria living in the United States and you want to help refugees of the Syrian civil war as well as other displaced people around the world. You want to find a solution that is sustainable — in a way that charitable donations can never be — to give […] The post WorkAround: Now Serving Refugee Talent Online appeared first on MIT Enterprise Forum Cambridge.

Duration:00:26:34

IBM Talks Blockchain

11/5/2017
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Following up on our sold-out “Emerging Applications of Blockchain for Supply Chains” event held earlier this fall, we invited one of the speakers, Brigid McDermott, back to do a deeper dive into some of the content presented at this very important session. Brigid is Vice President, Blockchain Business Development & Ecosystem at IBM — and […] The post IBM Talks Blockchain appeared first on MIT Enterprise Forum Cambridge.

Duration:00:21:58

Connected Health Today

8/23/2017
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Dr. Joseph C. Kvedar, VP of Connected Health at Partners Healthcare in Boston — and a prominent thought leader in the space — discusses the state of connected health today. (Originally released 5/3/17) The post Connected Health Today appeared first on MIT Enterprise Forum Cambridge.

Duration:00:24:48

Here Comes Hospital Disintermediation

8/23/2017
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Dr. Michael Dahlweid head of GE Healthcare IT, and Timothy “Dutch” Dwight, VP Business Development at Medullan, a digital healthcare innovation firm based in Cambridge, MA, discuss how the Internet of Things will change how healthcare is delivered by forging new digital relationships between patient, payer, and provider. (Originally released 4/8/16) The post Here Comes Hospital Disintermediation appeared first on MIT Enterprise Forum Cambridge.

Duration:00:34:04

IoT Needs a Design Metaphor

8/23/2017
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Sanjay Sarma Co-Founder of the MIT Auto-ID Center and currently Dean of Digital Learning at MIT shares his thoughts on where the Internet of Things is headed (and where it is taking us) in advance of this year’s Connected Things Conference at MIT April 5th where he will be a keynote. (Originally released 3/5/16) The post IoT Needs a Design Metaphor appeared first on MIT Enterprise Forum Cambridge.

Duration:00:15:01

The CRISPR Promise

8/23/2017
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The gene editing technology, CRISPR, has been called the biggest biotech breakthrough of the century. It’s also the topic of an MIT Enterprise Forum of Cambridge February 2016 event. Here one of the panelists talks about how genetic research saved his son’s life — and how CRISPR could have saved it sooner. (Originally released 1/29/16) The post The CRISPR Promise appeared first on MIT Enterprise Forum Cambridge.

Duration:00:16:29