Quality data provides the basis for a business’s success, creating a need for data collection automation for many industries. Ukrainian startup datuum.ai came up with an innovative way of solving this pressing issue. So how effective is this innovation?
According to the Ukrainian Center for Medical Statistics, an average of 97.5 thousand Ukrainians suffer from musculoskeletal injuries annually. Startup Raccoon now offers users a variety of interactive programs to manage their back pain, such as posture correction and pain relief.
The company’s first step in this direction is Esper Hand, an award-winning AI-powered prosthetic hand that moves intuitively with almost human-like dexterity. Esper Bionics expects to make the hand available to US customers this summer.
The Bank of Memories project from Ukraine aims to reliably preserve vital personal data and pass it on to future generations via blockchain, making the platform secure and durable. The project has its own cryptocurrency – GBM coins.
In response to the medical demands created by the pandemic, medtech has become one of the world’s top technological trends. One of the most impressive and successful Ukrainian innovations is the orthopedic startup ComeBack Mobility, whose history began with an injury.
Ukrainian startup Carbominer developed a unique technology that extracts carbon dioxide directly from the air and uses it in various technological processes.
Margarita Sivakova, the founder of the Ukrainian startup Legal Nodes, aims to create a single place for solving legal issues of startups and other IT businesses. On the Legal Nodes platform, the client is assigned a personal lawyer picked from an international network of proven attorneys who best understand the needs of a particular business.
This month of October 2021 we are presenting our new rankings of Ukrainian Unicorn startups. As we reviewed fast-growing Ukrainian startups, we divided them into four groups: Active Unicorns, Future Unicorns, Former Unicorns, and Foreign Unicorns with Ukrainian roots.
FOBS Asset Management is democratizing the investment services market for retail investors by providing them with the technology used by international private equity funds.
The London-based research firm RA Capital and Kyiv-based eō Business Incubators have published their first Ukraine as Number One (UNO) report surveying the Seed Stage Ukrainian startup ecosystem. Its conclusions will surprise many.
How to create a product with sophisticated internal features but a simple interface? Datrics.ai provides no-code UX for data scientists
Machine learning is one of the most complex areas in IT, and most people don’t understand how it works. This article explores how Datrics.ai is building a product that makes machine learning accessible to many if not most of us.
Science fiction and Hollywood TV series are becoming a reality thanks to Ukrainian technology startups such as A.D.A.M., which helps customers print new organs, bones, or tissue on a 3D printer.
Everything for the people. Ademrius: A Software-as-a-Service solving problems of doctors and patients
The Ademrius service is designed to solve the common issues of doctors and patients, starting from online appointments and telemedicine to the complete maintenance of the patient’s electronic medical record.
Finding that half of advertising spend that is not effective. Neyra.ai: bringing ad, sales, and usage data together
Today, businesses want to understand which of the marketing channels they use work the best. Continue reading about Neyra.ai and how it helps businesses save a significant portion of their advertisement budget.
Are Americans ready to buy from Ukrainian Startups? Camdog: A video surveillance service for small and medium businesses that stores recordings in the cloud
In this article, you will learn how Camdog videos help businesses in court and how storing them in the cloud reassures potential customers.