Women in entrepreneurship

These women, who have passed through École Polytechnique either as students or through the l’X Incubator, have embarked on adventures in entrepreneurship by creating start-ups in artificial intelligence, healthcare, cybersecurity and robotics. Milie Taing co-founded the start-up, supported by the l’X Incubator, which uses artificial intelligence applied to project management to simplify operations at companies. Alice Duranteau and Anne-Charlotte Philbert, graduates of the Technological Innovation Master’s Program, are the founders of Medilinx, a digital platform that correlates French medical expertise with the growing need that foreign patients have for quality care. Aina Raoseta is a co-creator of the start-up Uniris, which provides a solution that creates a tamper-proof digital identity for every human and every machine. L’X graduate Laura Theveniau launched Bluecargo, which develops predictive algorithms to help operators of marine terminals optimize container storage areas. And another alum, Nelly Pitt, created BeautyByMe, a start-up accelerated at l’X that develops a web-based robot to simplify the preparation of homemade cosmetics.