Slideshow Lab Results: Smart Big Data Startups

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  • July 20 2012, 3:54pm EDT
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Big Data Start-Ups

Many industries are grappling with how to turn terabytes and petabytes of raw, unstructured BIg Data--ranging from email to internal documents to research papers--into actionable information, and make money off it.

The following companies might be worth a look. All are graduates of the 2012 FinTech Innovation Lab, created by the New York City Investment Fund and nurtured by Accenture, Credit Suisse, Morgan Stanley, American Express, Bank of America, Barclays, Capital One, Citigroup, UBS, State Street, Goldman Sachs, Deutsche Bank, JP Morgan Chase and a host of venture funds.

Centrifuge Systems

The big idea? Analyze links between different pieces of data and finds relationships between particular people and particular activities, then creates an interactive visual presentation of findings.

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Eido Search

The big idea? Takes a time series of information – say 90 days of ICU data–and looks for matches of the pattern in all available historical data. Then answers a query of exactly how much up or down the index can be expected to move in the next period.

Digital Reasoning

The big idea? Turns unstructured data into data that machines can understand. Deep processing of unstructured data. Assembly and organization of results. Analysis and uncovering of relationships.

True Office

The big idea? Creates interactive games that be played by user anywhere at any time on any mobile device that pose regulatory compliance issues in friendly fashion, links to policies, tests on results.

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This slide show was originally presented by our sister publication,Securities Technology Monitor.