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The path-breaking competition for early-stage startups in Europe

Innovators' Pitch

EdTech: Knowbody

Knowbody from Bochum won the award in the EdTech category. Revolutionizing sex education in schools is the goal of Knowbody. Their app uses 3D animations, videos and games to create a safe and fun learning environment for pupils.

Artificial Intelligence: myScribe

myScribe from Mannheim prevailed in the Artificial Intelligence category. The startup offers medical documentation software that uses AI to fully automate the creation of doctor's letters during inpatient hospital stays. This enables medical staff to concentrate fully on their medical work.


The effect of Covid-19 restrictions hit young people the hardest. The pandemic was a forceful reminder that digitization in education plays an important role in delivering not just academic learning, but also in supporting physical and emotional well-being. EdTechs are particularly close to the technical spirit of the times. They offer valuable support to students, schools and teachers and serve their needs. More and more educators are embracing digital solutions to further fill their classrooms with inspiration, engagement, and motivation. The EdTech category is powered by Vodafone Stiftung Deutschland. 


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Artificial Intelligence

As Artificial Intelligence continues to evolve and become more integrated into our daily lives, it has the potential to transform the way we live and work. From autonomous vehicles to virtual reality assistants, AI is already heavily impacting our world and its importance is only set to grow in the coming years. In today's fast-paced business environment, gaining a strong competitive advantage is crucial to stay on the playing field. If companies adopt AI-powered tools early, they can differentiate themselves from their competitors by offering unique products or services that are more efficient, personalized, and data-driven.


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