Why?Our experiences and interviews with many families show us that there’s a real opportunity to make life better with the gadgets that often eat-away at our quality of life.
How?Our innovative approach is to support parents in guiding their children from the earliest stages in developing awareness and healthy self-management. We are creating a dual-device App for parents and children to share screen time.
Archy started programming at 11. He founded his first startup with a self-learning app at 16. At 19, he completed a PhD module on Programming Language Theory in NUS and reduced a half-century-old mathematical conjecture to a problem in computer science. Having been in the start-up scene on and off for 5 years, now 21, Archy has decided to dedicate his life to the start-up experiment.
MSc biomedical engineering. 7 years in STmicroelectronics in advanced system research. Patented a brain computer machine, published articles on affective computing, brain-computer interfaces and AI. Cultivated a multidisciplinary background in neuroscience, medicine and psychology. Founded EmotionWare in 2007, Rishi Labs (incubator to support and inspire young people) from 2012-17, and Artha in 2015.
PhD, Developmental Psychology (UCL). Marc has worked with kids and families as an applied researcher and teacher for over 15 years. This includes time in his native England, France, the US, and Malaysia. He’s currently a postdoctoral research fellow at Zhejiang University’s newly established Centre for Global Health leading research on socio-emotional development among preschool children in rural China.