Percipient.ai, America’s preeminent national security artificial intelligence firm, delivers machine learning and computer vision products for the nation’s most challenging missions. Their flagship product, Mirage, is a state of the art platform for multi-source intelligence that radically reduces the time required to process, exploit & disseminate time-sensitive data. Deep … [Read more...] about Percipient: We love the mission focus of this AI product company
Artificial Intelligence Companies
This section of CTOvision, designed and optimized for CTOvision Pro members, provides a fast overview of Artificial Intelligence companies we believe are poised to cause the most positive disruption in enterprise. Remember CTOvision Pro members can always use our Ask The CTO feature to task us to refine and assess these firms further.
Artificial Intelligence is the discipline of thinking machines. The field is growing dramatically with the proliferation of high powered computers into homes and businesses and especially with the growing power of smartphones and other mobile devices. Artificial intelligence software is assisting people in most every discipline. The many functions of AI are considered by some to be threatening many human jobs across multiple industries, however, our view at CTOvision is the contributions of AI will be far more positive to humanity overall. There could certainly be some disruption to many fields, and it may be painful to some people in many sectors of the economy. We would recommend building economic safety nets for those in need rather than slowing down innovation.
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Uniphore is solving some of the hardest problems in business technology, those around recognition of speech for business needs. We first learned of Uniphore from John Chambers and his VC firm. His investment in them is a strong endorsement that this is one to watch. The ability to use speech to communicate is arguably the primary reason for the evolutionary success of the … [Read more...] about Uniphore: Highly scalable, accurate, fast speech recognition technology
ThingsCyber.com is a continuous examination of the megatrends pushing us all towards an age of ubiquitous computing. Constructs followed include the Internet of Things, Cloud Computing, Artificial Intelligence, Robotics, Cybersecurity, and the overall Tech Landscape. The site also reviews the latest books and movies in those many domains and provides insights into emerging … [Read more...] about ThingsCyber: Tracking the trends of distributed computing
We first ran into DataRobot a year ago as word of this stealthy startup and their highly capable team began to circulate in the community. Over the past year they have revealed much more about their offerings and approach, enough to grab our attention. We are initiating coverage of DataRobot and will be tracking them on our list of Artificial Intelligence and Business … [Read more...] about DataRobot: Automating to enable better predictive models and predictions quicker
One of the methods we use to spot data analytics companies worth tracking is watching who sponsors Hadoop World. We just reviewed all the current sponsors and were surprised to find that almost all of them are already known to us. That may change as the event gets near, but for now what we see is more evolution of existing capabilities vice new capabilities. That said, there … [Read more...] about Rapid Miner: Aiming for effortless predictive analytics