Startups | Startup Thailand - Part 2

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  • Dog cancer treatment startup raises $5 million from Andreessen Horowitz and others

    One in every three dogs gets cancer, according to the National Canine Cancer Foundation. OneHealth, a startup that just raised a $5 million seed round led by Andreessen Horowitz’s Bio fund with participation from Lerer Hippeau and Y Combinator, aims to make it easier for humans to treat canine cancer, which is the number one disease killer of pups.

  • [VDO] Everyone can be a content creator

    Natavudh Pungcharoenpong known as “Moo Ookbee”, one of the leading eBook publishing platforms in Southeast Asia, is now building a space for “content creators”, a platform by Thais for Thais.

  • Thailand joins hands with Chile for startup development

    Representatives from National Innovation Agency (NIA), Venture Capital Association of Thailand, Suranaree University of Technology, and Chiangmai University recently visited Republic of Chile to study the startup ecosystem of Chile and strengthen collaboration in startup of the two countries.

  • AI to Play More Roles in Music Industry; Startups advised to create a One-Stop Platform for Copyrights Collection

    "Pa Ted" Yuthana Bun-om, a veteran of the music industry with over three decades of experience, recently shared his vision about "The Future of Music’ at the mini stage of the Creative Talk Conference 2019, that the music trends within this year is likely to see the artificial intelligence (AI) coming up to compose the entire melody of a song. Such the capability of AI has been seen for a while but it was only partially.

  • Infofed eyes Thailand as e-sports hub

    Infofed Co, an  e-sports startup, holds the University E-sports Championship (UEC) paving the way for international stage within three years to capitalise on the 30 billion baht global market.

  • Former Facebook engineer picks up $15M for AI platform Spell

    In 2016, Serkan Piantino packed up his desk at Facebook  with hopes to move on to something new. The former Director of Engineering for Faceboook AI Research had every intention to keep working on AI, but quickly realized a huge issue.

  • “The Internship 2019” an opportunity for students to train with Thailand’s leading startups

    National Innovation Agency (NIA) and Startup Thailand support “The Internship”, the first training program focus on creating student entrepreneurs. Those who participate with the program will experience with working with leading startups of the country and be able to learn about the heart of entrepreneurship through the jobs based on their capabilities including developer, designer or business.

  • AI powers personal translation devices

    Las Vegas: Once confined to the realms of science fiction, near real-time translation devices that whisper discretely into your ear during a conversation are finally coming of age thanks to leaps in AI and cloud computing.

  • [VDO] Thailand has the most CVCs in Southeat Asia

    Thailand has the most CVCs in Southeast Asia ไทยมี CVC มากที่สุดในเอเชียตะวันออกเฉียงใต้ศิริวัฒน์ วงศ์จารุกร… Posted by Startup Thailand on Friday, January 11, 2019