Mastercard recently awarded strategic investment funding to Trust Stamp, a company that graduated from its 2018 start-path accelerator program. Trust Stamp provides authentication services powered by artificial intelligence to provide greater privacy and security for users particularly in areas with low connectivity. The Trust Stamp technology has many potential uses: humanitarian and development services, banking, FinTech, KYC / AML compliance, real estate, and law enforcement. The company is headquartered in Georgia Tech’s incubator – the Advanced Technology Development Center (ATDC). However, over a decade ago the success of the Tech’s incubator was in jeopardy as lack of space forced member companies to seek office space elsewhere. Georgia Tech called on The University Financing Foundation (TUFF) to develop a new ATDC facility which resulted in its current location in the Centergy Building at the heart of Georgia Tech’s Tech Square. Since its creation ATDC has graduated over 170 companies and generated over $12 billion in revenue. Trust Stamp is yet another success story coming out of Georgia Tech’s incubator. Read more.