Machine learning is a part of artificial intelligence and is closely related to statistics. It is a method to analyze your data and make predictions based on them. Machine learning comes with disruptive effects, on both business and science. Ranging from finance to healthcare, it is becoming indispensable and has the potential to seriously improve every process of service or product provided. The advancements of machine learning in computer science and statistics have reflections on businesses as well. Here are some of the hottest machine learning companies. (Note: Company descriptions are from Crunchbase.)
Algorithmia is a machine learning model deployment and management solution that automates the MLOps for an organization, giving leverage back to data scientists and developers. It powers mission-critical workloads for its enterprise customers and hosts the largest public marketplace for algorithms.
Databand provides a software platform for agile machine learning development. It helps data scientists and engineers build solutions fast, iterate easily, and productize improvements. Today, too many obstacles to fast ML development and release exist. Old processes saturate the classic software market with DevOps and CI/CD tools that help teams move code from dev to production, but ML development is different and requires specialized solutions. It addresses this gap with a framework that provides cross-team standardization and complete visibility for all project stakeholders. The company is currently in use by a wide range of advanced ML teams, from publicly traded enterprises to startups.
UiPath designs and develops robotic process automation software. The platform offers foolproof development tools, automation of intricate processes, enhanced control, cloud and on-premise deployment, robust governance, and multiple robots on a single virtual machine. UiPath was founded in 2005 and is headquartered in New York, United States.
Chorus operates a conversation intelligence platform for sales teams. Its platform helps salespeople and managers to manage the outcomes of sales conversations. Chorus' dashboard automatically surfaces the key moments in calls for representatives and managers. It serves startups and public companies.
OpenAI’s mission is to ensure that artificial general intelligence (AGI)—by which we mean highly autonomous systems that outperform humans at most economically valuable work—benefits all of humanity. We will attempt to directly build safe and beneficial AGI, but will also consider our mission fulfilled if our work aids others to achieve this outcome.
Copy.ai is a startup building AI-powered copywriting tools for business customers.
Lambda is an AI infrastructure company, providing computation to accelerate human progress. The company's servers help to incorporate face detection and recognition capabilities into web-enabled applications, enabling deep learning developers to get the right configuration of computing, storage, and memory resources.
Aidoc is an Israel-based startup providing artificial intelligence tools for radiologists. Their products help detect and pinpoint critical anomalies for radiologists through deep learning and AI algorithms that analyze medical images and patient data. Aidoc eases up the work list and frees up time and attention to what matters. The startup identifies these and sends them onto Aidoc’s cloud, where algorithms identify and highlight abnormalities before returning the images to radiology workstations for re-identification.
Zencity uses AI and big data to reinvent the way local governments make decisions. Its platform helps cities, counties, and other government agencies understand their residents' real needs and priorities, eliminating the guesswork from policymaking. Together with our government partners, Zencity is setting a new standard for performance management in local government.
People is an AI platform for enterprise sales, marketing, and customer success that uncovers every revenue opportunity from every customer.