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A Batch of Leading Artificial Intelligence Startups To Explore In 2019

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Kamal Saini
Kamal S. has been Journalist and Writer for Business, Hardware and Gadgets at Revyuh.com since 2018. He deals with B2b, Funding, Blockchain, Law, IT security, privacy, surveillance, digital self-defense and network policy. As part of his studies of political science, sociology and law, he researched the impact of technology on human coexistence. Email: kamal (at) revyuh (dot) com

To make the new business a success, it is extremely important to understand market environments and counterparts. New companies are expanding every day. But these startups have not only made their mark in a while but have also benefited millions of people.

We are telling you about the World’s Best Artificial Intelligence startups, Who have achieved success in just a few moments and have set an example for others.

Here are top Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning startups to follow in 2019:

Anodot –  Anodot’s AI platform helps to get rid of blind spots in data and evaluates major issues in diverse data sets. Anodot has more than 100 clients like Microsoft, Lyft, Waze, Pandora, AppNexus, and Wix.

Cinnamon – Trusting on AI and machine learning techniques to fully automate data extraction from incoherent documents, Cinnamon’s co-founders have huge experience in engine design and optimization. Cinnamon has developed many interesting and resulted in oriented products like Lapis Engine, which merges vectorization of the user and product information to deliver accurate recommendations and matching.

Citrine Informatics – The Citrine helps to ingest and analyzes large-scale technical data sets on materials, chemicals, and devices to streamline R&D, manufacturing, and supply chain operations for any organization that makes physical products. Typical, it meant for scientists and engineers at large manufacturing and materials companies, as well as researchers at universities and government labs.

CrowdAI – A quite interesting startup that tracks machine learning, computer vision, and human intelligence to maximize the value of aerial, drone and satellite imagery. CrowdAI is backed by the team from IBM Watson, OpenAI, Google, University of Oxford and UC Berkeley.

DataCamp – An interactive learning platform to learn data science. It delivers over 100 courses featuring high-quality videos, in-browser coding, and gamification. Courses are often authored and presented by analytics, big data, machine learning, and AI experts. DataCamp is succeeding in getting companies like eBay, BCI, Harvard, and GfK to subscribe to their training programs to get new hires up to speed.

Dataiku – A Data Science Studio platform meant for aggregating the process steps needed to transform raw data into data-driven applications that are easy to manage. The Studios’ workspace is designed to be intuitive, interactive and capable of shortening load-prepare-test-deploy cycles required to create data-driven.

DataRobot – An enterprise machine learning platform designed for broad adoption and usability across the many skill levels in an organization. The platform provides a broad base of algorithms and tools for developing and deploying machine learning and AI projects including libraries of hundreds of open source machine learning algorithms.

DataVisor – DataVisor helps you to discover anomalies in financial data to thwart potential breaches, bank fraud, and other types of criminal activity in the financial services industry. The DataVisor platform is designed to gain insights into fraudulent behavior using unsupervised machine learning to identify attack campaigns before they conduct any damage.

deep6.ai – Deep 6 AI helps to find patients for clinical trials more efficiently and with greater precision than any existing manual process today. The startup also has a contract with the U.S. intelligence community, which is perhaps the most complex data environment in the world.

Directly – An innovative startup using Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence to combine customer support and crowdsourced competence and intelligence. Directly look to provide the evolving shift to a gig economy. Their platform enables companies to pay experts for responding to questions.

DrawBridge – A people-based identity management solutions using AI and machine learning to secure the perimeters of digital businesses, DrawBridge is known for combining data analytics and integration.

eightfold.ai – Founders Ashutosh Garg and Varun Kacholia have over 6000+ research citations and 80+ search and personalization patents. What makes Eightfold.ai noteworthy is that it’s the first AI-based Talent Intelligence Platform that combines analysis of publicly available data, internal data repositories, Human Capital Resource Management (HRM) systems, ATS tools, and spreadsheets then creates ontologies based on organization-specific success criteria. Each ontology, or area of talent management interest, is customizable for further queries using the app’s intuitive user interface.

First.– First brings predictive marketing to real estate, fundamentally changing how service providers find their next customer. They discover when and why people will buy or sell a house so that they can connect realtors with new clients at the perfect time. Thus, the company predicts who will sell by tracking 700+ signals across 214M people nationwide.

Freenome – An AI-based genomics company on a mission to provide people with the tools they need to detect, treat, and ultimately prevent their diseases. By applying advanced machine learning techniques to recent breakthroughs in genomic science, Freenome is developing noninvasive blood tests to detect early-stage cancer and improve precision oncology treatments for patients everywhere.

H2O.ai – H2O.ai provides an open source machine learning platform that simplifies the development of data-driven smart applications. Data scientists and developers are using the H2O.ai platform to create, test and scale algorithms that are the foundation of applications. H2O.ai apps are being used today to predict fraud, customer churn and solve many other complex problems their customers have. Key clients include Cisco, PayPal, and Progressive.

Innovaccer – Innovaccer develops AI- and machine learning-based systems include proprietary modeling algorithms that normalize data and links data across multiple disparate data sources especially for the healthcare sector, that enables them to integrate complex data across multiple distributed sources and provide valuable insights to healthcare professionals.

IronScales – An innovative start-up using machine learning to develop an employee-based intrusion detection system with an automated phishing-mitigation response, IronScales allows enterprises to protect themselves from criminals attempting to mislead employees into revealing personal information such as usernames and passwords so they can then install spyware, remote-access Trojan horse attacks or ransomware.

LeadGenius – LeadGenius is a leader in the evolving AI and machine learning-based areas of marketing automation. The company has created and sells an end-to-end sales solution that provides companies with a way to generate, qualify, deliver, and convert leads in addition to helping launch and excel at Account Based Marketing (ABM) strategies. It helps sales teams grow and scale across all levels of the sales process. LeadGenius was launched by Anand Kulkarni, Prayag Narula, and Dave Rolnitzky in 2011.

Lemonade – Lemonade is to revolutionize insurance as a social good by replacing agents, mediators and brokers with bots and machine learning and reduces paperwork and delays occur due to manual insurance processes.

LogiNext – LogiNext startup using AI and machine learning to create greater innovation to field services and logistics optimization. The startup offers field service optimization, real-time tracking, onroute optimization, resource allocation automation, and on-demand management to more than 250 enterprise clients. They also have developed apps for last mile management, field workforce management, long-haul tracking and management, On-Demand and Reverse Logistics Management.

Obsidian Security – Obsidian aims to transform how the organization applies the use of data science and security technology to counter cybersecurity risks across the hybrid cloud environment.

Quantexa – Quantexa is taking a unique approach to using AI and machine learning to decipher and solve a wide variety of complex problems, ranging from thwarting financial crimes, reducing credit risk and eradicating money laundering operations. Shell Oil is relying on its solution to reduce churn with enterprise accounts.

Segmentify – Segmentify’s aims is to make a better online shopping experience personalized for every visitor and increase the buying conversion rates for online retailers by utilizing advanced machine learning technology.

Showpad – Using AI, advanced analytics and machine learning, Showpad brings greater insight and intelligence into sales enablement. It helps sales managers to view the insights into the behaviors of the highest performing sales representatives and replicate the results across entire teams.

Tamr – Tamr helps to tackle the challenge of connecting and enriching diverse data at scale using machine learning. TAMR advanced analytics platform has minimized the time required for data unification projects by 90%. Companies like Toyota, Roche, GSK, GE, HP are already using their platform.

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