Our students are Ricardo Real and Ukenna Nwampa, graduates from the Technology Management Program at Georgetown’s School of Continuing Studies.
Our startup is a sustainable protein company called Spira. Representing Spira is its founder, Elliot Roth.
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Kate Goodall, the CEO at Halcyon explains their work this way: “If you think of the X-Men, and you think of Charles Xavier’s Academy for the Gifted, that’s kind of like Halcyon. We take these amazing social entrepreneurs from different backgrounds. They all come together in this inspirational setting to grow together.
The Georgetown-based Halcyon Incubator unveiled its cohort number eight, which will start in spring 2018.
Being accepted in Halcyon’s social incubator is no easy feat. In the past, the organization has boasted acceptance rates that rival Ivy League universities. In spring 2017, the acceptance rate was 4 percent.
New members of Georgetown’s Halcyon Incubator will focus on land conservation, networking, and sexual assault reporting. [WBJ]
Halcyon Incubator’s latest class looks to address opioid epidemic, sexual assault and other pressing challenges
D.C.-based Halcyon has identified a new group of social impact startups for its incubator, all of whom are tackling some of today’s most pressing challenges, those that consume news headlines daily.
Halcyon Incubator fellows Amelia Friedman and Danya Sherman join Halcyon's CEO Kate Goodall in the 2017 Tech 25. An additional 8 Halcyon Incubator fellows were likewise included in the Innovators and Disruptors "Hall of Fame".
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The Halcyon Showcase was designed to be only the beginning of a national and global dialogue on the future of robotics policy. Several recommendations in the report are centered around the creation of groups of experts and advisory structures designed to continue the expansion of knowledge and policies pertaining to robotics and AI.
In the numerous high tech trade shows in the U.S. and elsewhere, the space that (after video games) draws most media and public attention is robotics. The robots on show are almost always painted a neutral white, and the emphasis is on cuteness as they chat with the children and whizz around displaying inane skills like serving cocktails while blinking cheerfully at the public.