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Huffington Post

Big Data Trends: 38 Top Experts on the Biggest Trends

June 03, 2016
Biz Journals

Former St. Louis startup accepted into Microsoft accelerator.

February 08, 2016
La Nacion Technologia

Microsoft impulsará compañía de Costa Rica simMachines.

February 05, 2016
WinBeta

Microsoft Ventures announces latest group of startups to receive $25,000 grants.

February 04, 2016
Microsoft Ventures Blog

simMachines has been selected as one amongst the 11 Companies for the Microsoft Ventures Startup Accelerator. 11 Companies were selected from 721 applicants, across 50 countries.

February 04, 2016
Xconomy

Microsoft Taps 10 Machine Learning Startups for Seattle Accelerator.

February 04, 2016
Geek Wire

Meet the 10 machine learning and data science startups in Microsoft’s Seattle Accelerator.

February 04, 2016
Entorno Inteligente

Microsoft impulsará compañía costarricense.

February 04, 2016
Benzinga

Meet The Data Company Changing How We Think About Presidential Polls.

November 19, 2015
The Whirl

Technology That Found JASBUG Vulnerability Used to Uncover Winner of Republican Presidential Debate.

November 03, 2015
Observer

Marco Rubio’s Website Traffic Spiked 40% Following GOP Debate

October 29, 2015
Microsoft Azure Blog

BizSpark Featured Startup: simMachines uses predictive analytics to find similarities

July 2, 2015
La Nación

El poder del análisis en tiempo real

May 10, 2015
La Nación

Arnoldo Müller: “Con datos se puede crear valor”

February 20, 2015
St. Louis Busines Journal

St. Louis startup identifies major Microsoft security flaw

February 17, 2015
MIT Technology Review

La vulnerabilidad de Microsoft permite al atacante hacer cualquier cosa

February 11, 2015
KDNuggets

Data Mining finds JASBUG, a Critical Security Vulnerability

February 11, 2015
PC World

Critical vulnerability in Group Policy puts Windows computers at risk

Feb 11 2015
Softpedia

Microsoft Patches Critical Remote Code Execution Glitch in Group Policy

Feb 11, 2015
Department of Homeland Security

Alert (ICS-ALERT-15-041-01)

Feb 10, 2015
Ars Technica

15-year-old bug allows malicious code execution in all versions of Windows

February 10, 2015
Forbes

Why Microsoft Took A Year To Fix Critical Windows Bug That Allowed Hackers To Spy On Worker PCs

February 10, 2015
Microsoft

Microsoft Security Bulletin MS15-011 – Critical

Feb 10, 2015
 La Nación

Empresa de software de Costa Rica ganó espacio en el International Innovation Award Una empresa costarricense fue reconocida por su iniciativa de facilitar la toma de decisiones, mediante un software de análisis de datos.

 December 5, 2014
 Revista Summa

Una startup costarricense es reconocida a nivel global por los International Innovation Awards Una startup costarricense ha sido seleccionada como finalista de los iiAwards, la competición mundial de startups organizada por la Paris Région Lab y que cuenta con el apoyo de la ciudad de Paris.

November 26, 2014
Paris Region Lab

Finalistes des iiAwards : les 20 meilleures start-ups du monde ! simMachines selected as one of the top startups in the world by Paris Region Lab and iiAwards.

November 21, 2014
 St. Louis Business Journal
Dead-on data: simMachines banks on health care, HR to grow Arnoldo Müller-Molina makes a living out of predicting the future. And, thanks to the technology he’s helped develop, his prognostications are on the mark 80 percent of the time.  October 17, 2014
MIT Technology Review

Innovator TR35 by MIT Technology Review simMachines founder was honored with the 2014 TR35 award by MIT Tech. Review.

October 13, 2014
La República

Tenemos un gran potencial para ofrecer servicios en la nube

October 13, 2014
La Nación

Tico es reconocido por labor en inteligencia de máquinas A Arnoldo Müller le encanta sacarles verdades a los datos, sobre todo a los que almacenan las instituciones y las empresas. Eso sí, lo hace de manera rigurosa y en nombre de la ciencia, para hacer predicciones y tomar decisiones.

October 13, 2014
 Costa Rican Times
 Twitter Data Used to Predict Costa Rica Election Results Move over, political pollsters. Arnoldo Müller-Molina has a new way of using Twitter to predict election results.  February 26, 2014
 ALIVE Magazine
St. Louis Startup News Are you ready for artificial intelligence? SimMachines, a startup that moved to St. Louis from Costa Rica in 2012 as part of the Arch Grants program, recently used their technology back in Costa Rica to analyze tweets in the month leading up to the country’s Feb. 2 general election.  February 26, 2014
 St. Louis Post-Dispatch
 Data cruncher in St. Louis predicts election in Costa Rica Move over, political pollsters. Arnoldo Müller-Molina has a new way of using Twitter to predict election results.  February 24, 2014
 El Financiero
Johnny Araya y Luis Guillermo Solís lideran pasiones entre tuiteros Twitter es un sitio para expresarse sin inhibiciones y en época de campaña ha sido un espacio ideal para mostrar los sentimientos hacia quienes aspiran gobernar el país en los próximos cuatro años.  February 1, 2014
Techli

Arch Grants Selects Winners for $100,000 Follow-on Funding St. Louis’ based Arch Grants announced the recipients of two $100,000 follow-on grants Friday.  Food Essentials and simMachines, both Arch Grants recipients from the inaugural class won the follow on grants based on the progress each company has made since then.

April 13, 2013
 STLToday
 simMachines selected as the #2 most promising start-up in St. Louis within the Fast Growth Category Business people love lists, and that’s as true for entrepreneurs as it is for Fortune 500 executives. Today, the Information Technology Entrepreneur Network is feeding that craving for the startup set in St. Louis.  January 31, 2013
 Vida y Exito
 Minería de datos La empresa costarricense simMachines, que dirige Arnoldo Muller, alimenta la tecnología detrás del reconocimiento de voz, huellas dactilares y búsqueda de patrones.  December 6, 2012
 El Financiero
 40 under 40: Arnoldo Muller La virtud de Arnoldo Müller, gerente y fundador de simMachines, es haber identificado el negocio de su tiempo: los datos.  Nov 24, 2012
 St. Louis Business Journal
 simMachines creating ‘next generation search engine’ Arnoldo Muller-Molina is creating the next generation search engine, and judging by his client list, having some success at it.  Nov 5, 2012
 Teletica Canal 7
 Gerente Actual: Arnoldo Muller, Simmachines (video interview) Arnoldo Muller es un joven empresario costarricense que se dedica al mundo tecnológico. Este joven se capacitó en varios países para desarrollar su empresa.  October 10, 2012
Camtic
Sistema Avanzado de Patrones es Desarrollado por Costarricense Para buscar una aguja en un pajar existen dos métodos: localizarla manualmente o utilizar un imán de gran potencia que permita encontrarla de forma directa. Así es como describe Arnoldo Muller, fundador de simMachines, su sistema de búsqueda de patrones, que ofrece a las empresas grandes posibilidades. October 3, 2012
STLToday
Arch Grants name 15 winners They were picked from more than 400 applicants from around the world, and most of the winners made it to Monday’s ceremony, where they gathered on a big staircase for the award presentation. May 8, 2012
KSDK
Arch Grants gives $750,000 to 15 new St. Louis businesses  St. Louis, MO (KSDK) – Arch Grants revealed it’s first recipients of $750,000 in grant money on Monday. 15 companies each received a $50,000 no-equity grant to help start and grow their business in St. Louis.  May 7, 2012
CBS St. Louis
Initial Recipients Of $50,000 Arch Grants Unveiled Arch Grants, the global business plan competition providing $50,000 grants to startups and taking no equity in return, announced the 15 initial recipients during a downtown ceremony Monday. May 7, 2012
ST Louis Public Radio
 Arch Grants announces 15 recipients of $50K startup grants Fifteen start-up companies are getting a boost from St. Louis business accelerator Arch Grants. The winners of Arch Grant’s global business plan competition will each receive $50,000 to help them get started in the city. May 7, 2012
Business Wire (WSJ)
Arch Grants Awards First $750,000 in Grants ST. LOUIS–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Arch Grants (http://archgrants.org), the global business plan competition providing $50,000 grants to startups and taking no equity in return, today with Missouri Governor Jay Nixon and Square co-founder and head of the Arch Grants Advisory Board Jim McKelvey, announced the recipients of its first $750,000 in grants. May 7, 2012
El Financiero
La Labor de Hacer Hablar a los Datos Imagínese tener 100 millones de datos sobre las acciones de una empresa, dar clic en la computadora y obtener información sobre el comportamiento histórico de sus títulos en solo 20 milisegundos. April 23, 2012
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