Abel Rodriguez

Abel Rodriguez is a Built In news reporter covering the technology industry in Chicago, Seattle and other markets. Prior to joining Built In in 2021, he was a community reporter for Cicero Independiente. His work has also appeared in various Chicago nonprofit newsrooms including Injustice Watch and Borderless.

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Votiro staff during a sales kickoff.
Votiro is a cybersecurity platform that screens files for security threats.
StellarFi’s staff pose for a group photo outside.
The company will also launch new features for its credit-building platform.
Sortera Alloys tractor moves scrap metal.
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Five Austin tech founders featured in a collage of side-by-side images.
These tech companies are making serious innovations in their industry and might be working on the next big thing in tech.
Strangeworks’ leadership team at the IBM Quantum Summit in 2022.
The Austin-based quantum computing company was founded in 2017.
An ATX monument located in Austin.
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Aquifer co-founders Matt Udvari, CTO, and Chen Zhang, CEO, stand outside for a photo.
Aquifer’s platform can generate animated videos through speech or text prompts.
Captain Experiences’ co-founder on a fishing trip.
The online platform helps people book charted fishing trips.
Downtown Austin, Texas at night with lights from skyscrapers reflecting on the near lake.
The company claims to be the developer of the first “virtualized system-on-a-chip for the embedded systems market.”
StudentVerse metaverse learning platform for students.
StudentVerse is creating a school-centric metaverse that can be used in physical classrooms or for remote learning.
The Overhaul team poses for a group photo.
Overhaul is a logistics platform that provides real-time tracking and insurance solutions.
An Ooni oven cooking a pizza.
A lot happened in the world of tech last week. Catch up on the latest with the Built In Austin Weekly Refresh.