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Published: Feb 12th. 2018
 
A new optical imaging system developed at Columbia University uses red and near-infrared light to identify breast cancer patients who will respond to chemotherapy.
CB Insights has named Text IQ to the AI 100, a prestigious ranking of the 100 most promising private artificial intelligence companies in the world. Yesterday, CB Insights CEO and co-founder Anand Sanwal revealed the second annual list at the A-ha!
As video becomes increasingly important to the media business (to the point where it’s become a cliché), a startup called Vidrovr aims to help publishers find the most relevant videos to go along with their content.

Columbia Technology Ventures hosted its first on-campus conference to showcase the research of faculty from Columbia Engineering and Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons on October 19, 2017.

Columbia Technology Ventures (CTV) spoke with Matei Ciocarlie, Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering, to learn about his efforts to create robotic hands capable of healing—and helping. 
Columbia Technology Ventures (CTV) spoke with Hod Lipson, Professor of Mechanical Engineering, about soft robotics, his quest to develop robotic self-awareness, and the future of food. 
 
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Columbia Technology Ventures (CTV) spoke with Ozgur Sahin, Associate Professor of Biological Sciences and Physics, to learn about the powerhouse potential of bacterial spores and their applications in robotics. 
Columbia Technology Ventures (CTV) spoke with Peter Allen, Professor of Computer Science and head of the Columbia Robotics Laboratory about the future of robotic home assistants, robo
Columbia Technology Ventures (CTV) spoke with Sunil Agrawal, Professor of Mechanical Engineering, about his work in medical rehabilitative robotics. 
 

Among the hundreds of innovations submitted to the Columbia Technology Ventures office each year, those that cover breakthroughs in robotics are a small but formidable cohort of technologies pushing the boundaries of traditional human-machine interaction, and shaping visions of a future where rob