RemoteU - Hacking Medicine Pitch Deck

A few weeks ago I participated in a Hacking Medicine Hackathon here at MIT. I worked with a team of young engineers who are MIT undergrads. It was an amazing experience with such bright, young minds. For our project, we focused on the long-term care services market with the aim to make the life of elderly people and their families better by facilitating more interaction between them.

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The Daily You - Machine learning geared towards your communications flow

I recently put together a start-up funding deck for an idea that I have been developing with another Sloanie. This deck was used for my communications class and it leverages some graphics/ideas from the Hacking AI Slide Deck that I was involved with last month. 

The idea was born from me being inundated with information from the many communication channels that I use in 2016 (Whatsapp, Slack, Email, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, School Groups, etc). I had missed some important events that I was very interested in and the only reason I missed them was because I couldn't stay on top of my massive communication inflow.

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Hacking AI with IBM Watson Event - September 26, 2016

I participated in my first Hackathon ever - Hacking AI with IBM Watson.  I was able to interact with IBM Watson, which was incredible!  

On September 23, IBM Watson will provide their best engineers and technology to demo their Cognitive Computing capabilities and API. Diverse teams of 3-6 people will form to take advantage of IBM Watson technology, engineering, design, and business skills to solve a challenge of your choice.

My team consisted of 3 MBA students (myself, Malli Gupta, and Randy Capocasale), a MBA Fellow (Aejaz Zahid) and an Integrated Design and Management (IDM) Graduate student (Jin Wu).

Here is the slide deck for the idea we developed. It is a productivity tool that consolidates and schedules events by leveraging AI/Machine Learning APIs from IBM Watson (Natural Language Classifier, Text-to-Speech, Speech-to-Text).

Squarespace only lets you embed images so I had to convert our powerpoint presentation into jpeg files. I'd thought I'd share how to do this since I had to figure out this functionality in Microsoft Powerpoint.

  1. After opening up the PPT file you wish to export to jpeg images, click File -> Save As.
  2. Click browse to identify the folder you want to save the jpeg files to
  3. Click on "Save as type:" drop-down and select "JPEG File Interchange Format"
  4. It will prompt you to decide between all slides or just this one slide.
  5. Select "All slides"
  6. Powerpoint will notify you that "Each slide in your presentation has been saved as a separate file in the folder XXXX.