Former St. Louis startup accepted into Microsoft accelerator

Former St. Louis startup SimMachines accepted into Microsoft accelerator – St. Louis Business Journal Please Sign In and use this article’s on page print button to print this article. Property Spotlight: Hilliker Corporation: Finding The “Where” For Your Warehouse Arnoldo Müller-Molina, founder, SimMachines SimMachines, a startup operating in the big data space that moved from St. Louis to Chicago last year, is one of 10 early-stage companies to be accepted into Microsoft’s Seattle Accelerator, a four-week program that focuses on machine learning and data science. SimMachines was selected out of a pool of more than 700 companies. The company provides metric and non-metric nearest neighbor classifiers, recommendations, clustering and search with a new family of dense distance functions (cloud-based SaaS). Arnoldo Müller-Molina, founder, SimMachines SimMachines was founded in 2011 by…


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