Spinoffs

Startups
Cobot Health (2009)
Cobot is a conversational bot for healthcare information access is a social network for online learning. It is being spun out of Georgia Tech through its VentureLab incubator.
Inquus (2007)
Inquus is a social network for online learning. It has been spun out of Georgia Tech through its VentureLab incubator. Its product, OpenStudy.com, provides online collaboration tools for social studying. It is funded by the National Science Foundation, the National Institutes of Health, and the Georgia Research Alliance.
Enkia (1998)
Enkia provides intelligent software to solve complex problems of information analysis. Established in 1998 as a spinoff from Georgia Tech, Enkia’s products use advanced human cognition and machine learning algorithms to address business needs. Enkia’s customers include GE Energy, Cox Enterprises, Science Applications International Corporation, GM, and the US Air Force.

Inquus (2007), acquired by Brainly

Inquus provides OpenStudy.com, an social learning network for students to connect, give help, and study together. It was spun out of Georgia Tech through its VentureLab incubator, and funded by Learn Capital, National Science Foundation, National Institutes of Health, Gates and Hewlett Foundations, and Georgia Research Alliance. OpenStudy received over 3 million unique visitors per month at the time of its acquisition by Brainly in June 2016.

Info: crunchbase.com/company/openstudy Visit: openstudy.com Follow: @openstudy

Enkia (1998), acquired by Sentiment360

Enkia provides intelligent software to solve complex problems of information analysis. Established in 1998 as a spinoff from Georgia Tech, Enkia’s products use advanced human cognition and machine learning algorithms to address business needs. Enkia’s customers include GE Energy, Cox Enterprises, Science Applications International Corporation, GM, and the US Air Force. Enkia was acquired by Sentiment360 in December 2010.

Info: crunchbase.com/company/enkia Visit: sentiment360.com Follow: @enkia

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