Cognitive Operational Systems, INC (COSY) Raises Funding Round from GreatPoint Ventures and Intel Capital
Click here to read the announcement of COSY's recent round of funding.
COSY named of the "Most Exciting Startups to Watch in 2017"
Technical.ly Philly recently came out with their list of 20 Most Exciting Startups to Watch in 2017!
You can read more about COSY and the criteria for nomination here.
2016 Philly Geek Awards
COSY was honored to be nominated at this year's Philly Geek Awards for "Startup of the Year." Nominees were picked from a multitude of categories, and those who exemplified the criteria were picked as a top three. Congrats to BioBots for the win!
This cover photo along with all photos property of Jackie Sauer (clevergirlphoto).
LinkedIn Next Wave - Jonas Cleveland of COSY a Top Professional 35 & Under
COSY's CEO & CTO made LinkedIn's Top Professional's 35 & Under for helping retailers reduce out-of-stock costs by creating a fully automated robot inventory labeling system. Read about Jonas and the rest of the 35 & under Professionals here!
Watch Jonas discuss artificial intelligence and the future of retail here.
COSY is part of something special at 500 Startups! Kevin making the COSY team proud at 500 Startups
COSY is one of the first occupants of the new Pennovation Center.
As the centerpiece of Pennovation Works, Penn’s 23-acre hub for innovation, research and entrepreneurialism, the Pennovation Center advances Penn President Amy Gutmann’s vision for the University and the goals of impact, innovation and inclusion outlined in the Penn Compact 2020. Integrating knowledge across disciplines, the Center will bring researchers and students from across Penn together with private-sector tenants to...
Mayor Nutter has been a strong advocate for the Philadelphia entrepreneurial and startup community.
Mayor Nutter joined Steve Case on his PCI visit.
Steve Case Visits
With video cameras running and money on the line, Philadelphia entrepreneurs put their best feet forward Tuesday to charm visiting investor and AOL cofounder Steve Case.
In turn, Case said - early and often - that Philadelphia has "the history" and "good attitude" to become a leader in socially relevant start-ups, a cause he says is "oft ignored" in the greedy environments of Silicon Valley, New York, and Boston, which claim "75 percent of venture capital investments."