The Top 5 AI Startups in 2020
Artificial intelligence is rapidly becoming a dominant force in the world - here's the top 5 startups for 2020.
January 24, 2020 (Investorideas.com Newswire) Artificial intelligence. What was once just a science fiction plot for the cinema is now the world that we live in. AI has helped to pave the way for some incredible advancements and a lot of people are very pleased with it. But just how far will AI come? Here's a look at some of the startups, the companies that will one day be at the front of the AI industry.
The first company that we are going to take a look at is Dragonfly. It was founded in 2018, and seeks to use AI for the purpose of analysing and collecting information about the attention of shoppers.
The system allows businesses and organisations the ability to calculate exactly what features and brands make an impact on shoppers first, so that they can then optimise and twist their marketing efforts to suit the demand. With a finely tuned algorithm which gives you a complete set of facts about the attention of shoppers, this is a useful tool for the retail industry at any level.
Della AI is the next option on the list, and it performs an entirely different, yet equally intriguing option. What we've got here with Della AI is an AI which identifies and works with legal documents.
The software is designed to be able to read, learn from and identify legal documents of note. It is also programmed to learn from each document, familiarising itself with legal jargon, terms and concepts. In essence, it becomes a portable proofreader for your legal contracts, and will also notify you if it locates anything that it seems to be incorrect or odd. That way, you're catching mistakes before they become costly.
Think of Brisk as being like a companion for businesses. It gives them an incredible list of information that they can use to make the right decisions from a business perspective.
The main client base of a startup like this includes people who run small businesses and also brokers. See, what you get with Brisk is a checker which automatically gives you the financial information of a company, a credit score, information about the risks their business might carry - everything that you need to know before getting started.
It serves as a valuable tool to protect SME's and smaller organisations from going without key resources that will help them to stand on the same level as bigger businesses - and it shows when dealing with the different options on offer.
Digital Insight is another helpful AI. Thanks to the power of machine learning, as well as digital profiling and data collection, it's possible for this AI to create a profile on individuals of commercial interest. Think of this as being a repository of information, something that you can exploit when you need to get access to the ins and outs of a potential investor or business partner.
The program has a lot of potential interest areas for people to use. You could use it to try and decide the worth of a potential employee or new team member, you could analyse the potential risks of someone applying for a loan, or half a dozen other things. Regardless of what you choose to do with this information, it is incredibly helpful to have an artificial intelligence which you can use to collect information.
Goodvision collects information. Well, that is the simple explanation, anyway. What this system actually does is collect the video footage recorded by the security cameras and systems, and then the AI automatically retrieves anything it is asked to do. We have all seen television and movies where security systems are powered by artificial intelligence, usually in the form of a computer interface, but this is reality.
There are a couple of different uses for technology like this. Some people use it to collect information about shoppers, examining their behavior, others use it to analyse security weaknesses, and some simply use it for information retrieval. Whatever you choose to do with the software, there is no denying that it is incredibly helpful, especially when you are frequently in the business of retrieving information from security systems, and don't have the time to go trawling through hours of footage.
In conclusion, these are five of the best AI start-up companies that you should keep an eye out for in 2020. These were all founded in the last year or so, and have already shown great potential when it comes to what they can offer the public, and the way that they can conduct themselves. Artificial intelligence is rapidly gaining ground as being one of the most impressive ways for someone to enjoy themselves and get the most from their businesses or everyday life. There is no denying the impact that artificial intelligence has had, and it is clear to everybody that acquiring the best possible systems is key to success. We can only continue to see artificial intelligence grow and develop, with an emphasis on making sure that people have the most enjoyable options possible. What we want to accomplish is to see people get more and more developed as time goes on.
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