Two Sigma First on Board at Cornell Tech

Two Sigma is the first technology company to join New York’s newest experiment in idea generation and partnership at the Roosevelt Island Cornell Tech campus.

The Bridge at Cornell Tech is pioneering building that promotes serendipitous collisions and deep collaborations between industry and academia.

Two Sigma is a terrific example of how technology can be applied to change the world and a fitting first tenant for the Bridge.

Dan Huttenlocher, Cornell Tech Dean

At The Bridge, the Two Sigma Collision Lab will be a space for our technologists and entrepreneurs to focus on the power of data science, machine learning, distributed computing and artificial intelligence – co-located inside the innovation ecosystem of Cornell Tech.

The collaborative environment at The Bridge is a space for our tech expertise to collide with learning, innovation and entrepreneurship, bringing breakthrough ideas to market faster.  Teams from our Engineering and Two Sigma Ventures groups will be in residence.

Dan Huttenlocher, MaryAnne Gilmartin, Alfred Spector, and Colin Beirne in the Bridge at Cornell Tech on Jan. 13.


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