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CB Insights: Here are the top 100 AI companies in the world

CB Insights: Here are the top 100 AI companies in the world

Which products haven’t been imbued with () at this point?

SwissCognitiveWhich products haven’t been imbued with () at this point? In 2018, analysts pegged the global market at a whopping $7.35 billion, buoyed by the influx of -aided , object identification, detection, and classification, and geophysical detection startups, apps, and services in every conceivable sector (and particularly enterprise ). But as with all promising technologies, not every startup, app, and service will pan — or has panned — out, and it becomes harder with each passing day to separate the wheat from the chaff.

Fortunately, the folks at CB Insights have taken the bull by the horns. They today published their third annual cohort of startups — a compilation of 100 of the most promising companies (whittled down from a pool of over 3,000) providing hardware and data infrastructure for apps, optimizing workflows, and applying across a range of industries. The selections were based on factors including — but not limited to — patent activity, investor profile, market potential, partnerships, competitive landscape, team strength, and novelty.

Here’s the full list, ordered by domain:

Agriculture

  • Benson Hill Biosystems
  • Taranis

Auto

  • Nuro
  • Pony.ai
  • Drive.ai
  • Nexar
  • DeepMap
  • Mapillary
  • Momenta
  • AEye
  • DeepScale
  • Iris Automation
  • Perceptive Automata

Enterprise tech

  • .Reverie
  • DefinedCrowd
  • MightyAI
  • Dataiku
  • Machinify
  • DataRobot
  • Tamr
  • H20.ai
  • Trifacta
  • Dremio
  • SigOpt
  • Mabl
  • Applitools
  • Demisto
  • Anodot
  • Shape Security
  • Vectra Networks
  • Area 1 Security
  • Agari Data
  • Jask Labs
  • Perimeter X
  • BounceX
  • Unbabel
  • Gong
  • Gamalon
  • FullStory
  • UiPath
  • Automation Anywhere
  • Orbital Insight
  • Descartes Labs
  • Element
  • SparkCognition
  • Prowler.io

Finance and insurance

  • 4Paradigm
  • BioCatch
  • DataVisor
  • HyperScience
  • Behavox
  • AppZen

Government

  • One Concern
  • SenseTime
  • Face++
  • Yitu Technology
  • Fortem Technologies
  • Shield

Health care

  • Qventus
  • LeanTaaS
  • Insitro
  • Owkin
  • Atomwise
  • Paige.ai
  • Niramai
  • Butterfly Network
  • IDx Technologies
  • Arterys
  • Viz.ai
  • Mindstrong Health
  • Gauss Surgical
  • Medopad

Industrial

  • Sense Labs
  • Falkonry
  • C3
  • Kebotix
  • Zymergen
  • Landing

Legal, compliance, and HR

  • LawGeex
  • Eigen Technologies
  • Onfido
  • Textio

Media

  • Foundation
  • New Knowledge
  • Arraiy

Real estate

  • Hover
  • Skyline

Retail

  • TwentyBN
  • Abeja
  • Signifyd
  • AiFi
  • Sift

Semiconductor

  • Habana Labs
  • Graphcore
  • Cerebras Systems
  • Horizon Robotics
  • Thinci
  • Syntiant
  • Mythic

Telecom

  • Mist Systems 

First on the report: unicorns, or private companies valued at more than $1 billion. A total of 11 made the shortlist, including Hong Kong computer vision and startup SenseTime, robotic process automation companies UiPath and Automation Anywhere, security firm Yitu Technology, U.K.-based semiconductor startup Graphcore, internet of things analytics company C3, and health care hardware provider Butterfly Network. Rounding out the list are 4Paradigm, driverless car startup Pony.ai, facial recognition services provider Face++, and Momenta.[…]

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5 Comments

  1. Seti jjkpd-1zx-gcm

    #ecologyaverde automotive intelligente per macchine poco dispendiose in consumi di energia e consumo in CO2 e NO2

  2. Brian T Lynch, MSW

    Don’t forget human beings…. Have we become the problem for AI to solve? https://t.co/HQu4hEhDSm

  3. anna blume

    Thanks for the invite to this group! A creative space to be! Looking forward to also connect tomorr… https://t.co/lcB4rOcZ2U

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