Product Hunt Daily Digest
March 19, 2017
Thousands of aspiring founders apply to Y Combinator for every batch but only ~100 startups are admitted. Today is graduation day for the first half of the Winter 2017 batch and we got the inside scoop on some of the companies that'll be pitching. ๐ŸŽ‰

The most upvoted company of the batch (so far) is Tetra, which automatically takes notes for you by dialing into your phone calls. Not far behind is Floyd, the “Heroku for deep learning".

There's also Niles, a Slack app that turns your chats into a live wiki, and Tress, a popular app for discovering and sharing hairstyle inspiration and tips. And of course, companies are applying artificial intelligence to just about everything (like solving acne and running a hedge fund that buys art).

For more, follow the Y Combinator Winter 2017 collection. We'll keep it updated as more companies are announced at Demo Day. ๐Ÿ‘€
Thinking of applying to YC? The application deadline is this Friday for the upcoming Summer session. You can see all the best resources for writing your YC application here.

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