StageSeed VC - II | Alive
Last Raised$1.9M | 3 mos ago
About ML Tech
ML Tech develops a trading platform within crypto-asset industries that helps connect crypto investors with researchers. It leverages artificial technology and incorporates colocated trading infrastructure and helps crypto investors to gain the desired return. The company was founded in 2020 and is based in Florida, Miami.
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Expert Collections containing ML Tech
Expert Collections are analyst-curated lists that highlight the companies you need to know in the most important technology spaces.
ML Tech is included in 2 Expert Collections, including Blockchain.
Companies and startups in this collection leverage blockchain technology for crypto trading, decentralized finance (DeFi), NFTs, and more.
A category of financial technology that is digitizing & streamlining the delivery of wealth management. Included: Startups that offer technology-enabled tools for active and passive wealth management for retail investors and advisors.
ML Tech Patents
ML Tech has filed 6 patents.
The 3 most popular patent topics include:
- Image processing
- Computer vision
- Feature detection (computer vision)
Latest ML Tech News
Jan 26, 2023
AI Innovation: U.S. Patent Office to Hold Public Meeting in Dallas on Emerging Tech, IP Challenges Innovators across North Texas and entrepreneurs all over the U.S. are racing to launch (and patent) the latest breakthrough AI. That can lead to IP policy issues as emerging tech hits the market. On February 8, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office will a public meeting to discuss how to promote innovation in AI and Machine Learning tech, to be held virtually and in person at the Arts District Mansion in Dallas. "The takeaways will shape future work on AI and ET policy," says USPTO Director Kathi Vidal. Illustration: Andrew Ostrovsky via iStock Throw a rock in North Texas—or Silicon Valley or Austin or NYC—and chances are you’ll hit someone who’s working on an AI breakthrough. But please don’t do that. It wouldn’t be nice, and according to the U.S. Patent Office, the entrepreneur would probably already be struggling IP policy issues related to their innovation. So it seems perfect timing for the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office to hold a public meeting to discuss how to promote innovation in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning technologies. It’s doing just that with the third meeting in its AI/ET Partnership Series , to be held virtually and in person at the Arts District Mansion in Dallas on Wednesday, February 8, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. During the “AI-Driven Innovation” event, panelists from the USPTO and stakeholders from academia, industry, and law firms will explore various IP policy issues impacting AI-driven innovation, focused on three key topics: • “AI-Driven Innovation: The Current State of Play,” a deep dive into the current state of AI-driven innovation in different technology areas and potential IP considerations relating to these AI-driven innovations. • “AI Inventorship,” offering perspectives from various stakeholders on the current state of AI technology in the invention creation process and how to address inventions created with significant AI contributions. • “Unanticipated IP Challenges from AI-Driven Innovation,” will feature a discussion of the challenges from an enforcement perspective. For example, what downstream impacts to IP enforcement and litigation arise from introducing black-box AI to the inventive process? Do applicants have to disclose AI-contributions in their patent applications to ensure validity of their patents? USPTO director: ‘Takeaways will shape future work on AI and ET policy’ Kathi Vidal, Under Secretary of Commerce for IP and Director of the USPTO [Photo: Jay Premack] Kathi Vidal, Under Secretary of Commerce for IP and the USPTO director, wrote about the series of discussions in a blog post last summer. “The USPTO plays an important role in incentivizing innovation in critical technologies such as AI and other emerging technologies (ET) (e.g., quantum computing, synthetic biology, blockchain, precision medicine, and virtual reality),” Vidal wrote. Vidal added that the USPTO aims to help maximize “these innovations’ widespread impact to enhance our country’s competitiveness, economic prosperity, and national security, and to solve world problems.” “The purpose of these meetings is to hear from the innovation community and to promote greater awareness, openness, and inclusivity on ongoing and future AI and ET efforts,” Vidal wrote. “The takeaways will shape future work on AI and ET policy and will inform the broader U.S. government’s approach to AI and ET.” How to register for the free public event The meeting will also include a public listening session. People who want to speak at the listening session must register by February 2. This event is free and open to the public, but in-person attendance is limited, so the USPTO suggests registering early by going here . Get on the list. Dallas Innovates, every day. Sign up to keep your eye on what’s new and next in Dallas-Fort Worth, every day. One quick signup, and you’re done. R E A D N E X T The 27,500-square-foot new HQ—in partnership with UT Dallas—anchors Richardson's 1,200-acre Innovation Quarter. A masterwork of vision planning years in the making, it's a catalyst to spark innovation and nuture collaborations—and attract hundreds of entrepreneurial businesses. Six new UT Dallas research centers will initially launch at the IQ HQ, helping to build businesses and commercialize research coming from the nearby university. “We are a global presence," Richardson Mayor Paul Voelker said at the event. "And the vision that we have here is that we will be a global influencer of technology and innovation." The concept of a hub is nothing new in transportation and logistics. Hubs connect people, routes and infrastructure to facilitate movement. As the world moves toward an age of autonomous mobility, a new type of hub is needed — one that connects the talent, ideas and thought leadership that will fuel this dynamic new era. Florida-based Fountain Life, a preventative health and longevity company committed to transforming global healthcare from reactive to proactive, has opened its third precision diagnostic center in The Colony. The new 14,000-square-foot center opened to the public in November and is designed to help members live longer, healthier, and more fulfilling lives by detecting illnesses at their earliest stages, the company said. "The ability to detect illness early before it advances leads to extraordinarily high survival rates and enables our members to experience a much higher quality of life," Bill Kapp, M.D., Fountain Life CEO and co-founder, said in a statement.… TAGS:
ML Tech Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was ML Tech founded?
ML Tech was founded in 2020.
Where is ML Tech's headquarters?
ML Tech's headquarters is located at 2980 McFarlane Rd, Miami.
What is ML Tech's latest funding round?
ML Tech's latest funding round is Seed VC - II.
How much did ML Tech raise?
ML Tech raised a total of $3.65M.
Who are the investors of ML Tech?
Investors of ML Tech include Belvedere Trading, Hyperithm, Nascent, Floating Point, Rebel One Ventures and 6 more.
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