We regularly add new tech startups in Boston to our guide, as well as pruning dead, acquired, and zombie startups from the list. Browse startups below, or search for startups of interest.
Labor market for hospitals and shift nurses.
Safety-device jewelry to combat assault. Sounds an alarm, sends GPS data to emergency contacts, and records audio.
Using satellite imagery & AI analysis to monitor water use in agriculture, for water markets or farm-owners.
“Find, compare, and review doctors.” Reviews are individually human-moderated.
Personalized AI assistant that prioritizes your email for you.
Makers of Warden, an AI-powered security vulnerability assessment tool.
Doctor-customized push notifications for electronic medical records.
Placement services marketplace for healthcare professionals and healthcare offices.
“Peer-to-peer car sharing platform for college students.”
Stealth cloud storage startup from the founders of Carbonite, potentially competing with Amazon S3.
Computer vision & eye-tracking technology to measure viewer attention.
Using machine learning to search & display information related to what you’re writing, as you write it.
Encrypted note-taking application with easy discovery and secure sharing.
Matching platform for dieticians and those with medically-limited diets.
Travel tours and activities marketplace.
Podcast discovery and listening platform. Building “the new radios of our time.”
Pallet-level tracking combined with big-picture shipping data for insights on more efficient supply chain logistics.
Proprietary measurement & fitting tech for women’s bras and basics. Combining e-commerce with video chat fittings, as well as a platform for independent stylists.
AI-powered “real-time research assistant for content marketers” within a custom word processor.
Boston Startups Guide provides a current, curated list of Boston startups & community resources. Created by Jay Neely and community contributions.
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