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D’vorah Graeser

D’vorah Graeser

Founder and CEO - RocketSmart.io, Netherlands

Dr. D’vorah Graeser is the founder and CEO of RocketSmart.io, an AI powered platform that helps universities and other tech transfer organisations to find the best corporate partners.

D’vorah received an undergraduate degree in Biochemistry from Harvard and a PhD in Pharmacology from the University of Michigan. She did two postdocs with the Human Genome Project as a programmer. She is now a US Patent Agent. She founded Dr. D. Graeser Ltd (Israel) in 2000, Graeser Associates International Inc (USA) in 2010, and KISSPatent Europe BV in 2015, all of which are still operating.

Since 2015, D’vorah has been focused on training AI models and finding the best use cases for AI tools. She and RocketSmart.io have an active AI consultancy, accelerating their clients into the AI future with the best tools, models and policies.

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