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Future Labs

Future Labs

A venture capital company that has a program for early-stage start-ups. It is located in New York City, New York and was founded in 2009.

Future Labs is a New York-based incubator and accelerator network that provides start-ups with educational programs to aid them in the creation, growing, and launching of their companies.The entity is a collaborative effort between New York University Tandon School of Engineering (NYU Tandon), the City of New York, NYSERDA, and the New York Economic Development Corporation.

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The company has labs across New York City, each equipped with different technologies to help start-ups with their specific products or services. Start-ups can find a program to match their needs regardless of if they are at the pre-seed stage, seed stage or incubator stage.Programs focus on various topics that may be useful to start-ups, such as artificial intelligence, augmented reality, cloud computing, data analytics, digital media, machine learning, virtual reality, smart cities, and agriculture technology.Future Labs has a program that is designed for veterans and their families and also an advanced diploma program for those looking to transition into the field of clean energy.

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Craig Wilson

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Derrick Hsiou (Show)

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Emily Wheeler

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Frank Rimalovski

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Iyshwerya Kumar

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Joseph Silver

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Mina Salib

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Pachara (Jeen) Snidvongs Na Ayudhaya

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Quincy Korte-King

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Steven Kuyan

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Teal Willingham

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Wendy AI

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Celebrating Veterans Well beyond Veterans Day | NYU Tandon School of Engineering



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Do Tech Incubators Work? NYU Tandon Future Labs Answer: 3,200 Jobs and $4 Billion for New York

NYU Tandon School of Engineering

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