KarDo, a startup venture developed at CSAIL, was one of six finalists in MIT's $100K Entrepreneurship Competition. The contest annually awards $100,000 to an outstanding MIT student-generated business plan. KarDo is the joint work of graduate students Nate Kushman, Branavan, and Hariharan Rahul, and Professors Regina Barzilay and Dina Katabi. The venture offers a way to save time and money in the information technology field by allowing IT support staff to automate repetitive tasks. Though the grand prize went to nanoengineering startup C-Crete Technologies, KarDo was the finalist in $100K's Web/IT Track. Check out a video of the semi-finals here, and learn more about KarDo here.