All posts filed under: Artificial Intelligence

Digamma.ai CEO Q&A Series: Jonas Cleveland, CEO of COSY

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Artificial Intelligence / Big Data / Machine Learning
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Digamma.ai CEO Q&A Series: Jonas Cleveland, CEO of COSY What transformative effects do you intend COSY to have on the retail sector? We describe COSY as an aisle intelligence company that’s using machine vision and AI to improve retail execution and inventory productivity for our customers in retail stores and warehouses. The major trend occurring in retail today is the evolution of the retail store floor into a distribution center.  This is something that COSY […]

Digamma.ai Hosts Panel on AI Infrastructure: Google, Uber AI Labs, Pluto AI and MedNition

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Artificial Intelligence / Machine Learning
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Our latest event, AI’s Potential: From Policy to Posterity, featured an experienced panel of AI and machine learning specialists. Our panelists included:     •    Douglas Bemis, CTO and Co-Founder at Uber AI Labs     •    Gus Katsiapis, Senior Staff Software Engineer at Google     •    Prateek Joshi, Founder at Pluto AI     •    Christian Reilly, Co-Founder of MedNition The event featured wide-ranging discussions on the current state […]

Digamma.ai CEO Q&A Series: Kieran Snyder of Textio

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Artificial Intelligence / Machine Learning
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Digamma.ai CEO Q&A Series: Interview with Kieran Snyder, co-founder of Textio 1. You previously worked at Microsoft and Amazon and have a PhD in Linguistics and Cognitive Science. Today, you and your team run Textio, an augmented writing platform that has been used by companies such as Atlassian, NVIDIA, Square, Starbucks, Twitter and Vodafone. How did you and your co-founder and CTO Jensen Harris come up with the idea for Textio back in 2014? We […]

Digamma.ai CEO Q&A Series: Wout Brusselaers of Deep 6 AI

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Artificial Intelligence / deep learning / Machine Learning
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Digamma.ai CEO Q&A Series: Interview with Wout Brusselaers, CEO of Deep 6 AI 1. Deep 6 AI recently won the Enterprise and Smart Data category at SXSW’s accelerator competition and participated in the inaugural SXSW Connect to End Cancer event. What role is Deep 6 taking in the fight to end cancer? We’re not doing any cancer research ourselves. However, Joe Biden, our former Vice President, actually pitched the purpose of our company himself when […]

Digamma.ai Q&A Series: Karen Ouk of mode.ai

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Artificial Intelligence / Big Data / Machine Learning
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Digamma.ai Q&A Series: Interview with Karen Ouk, SVP Business Development at mode.ai, which builds AI-powered B2B2C visual chatbots for retailers. 1. mode.ai’s mission is to allow users to rediscover shopping in a more visual, conversational and personalized way. Why is this relevant now on the consumer front? There are three components of our mission: visual search, conversational commerce and personalization. Visual search allows us to offer features that purely text-based search cannot accomplish. For example, say […]

Digamma.ai CEO Q&A Series: Jarrod Wolf of AddStructure

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Artificial Intelligence / Machine Learning
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Digamma.ai CEO Q&A Series: Interview with Jarrod Wolf, co-founder of AddStructure 1. How are you looking to fundamentally change the customer shopping experience through Addstructure? With our technology we’re hoping to make the shopping experience much more seamless. Imagine looking at your phone and using your voice to speak. As you’re speaking, the product mix that is being displayed to you is updating in real time. You can say something like, “I’m looking for a […]

Digamma.ai CEO Q&A Series: Mark Chung of Verdigris

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Artificial Intelligence / Machine Learning
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Digamma.ai CEO Q&A Series: Interview with Mark Chung, CEO and Co-Founder at Verdigris. 1. Verdigris provides real-time energy intelligence for facilities managers, enabling them to react faster with device-level monitoring and real-time alerts. What are the implications of your company’s technology on the building industry and to a larger extent, the environment? We target mission-critical facilities like distribution centers, factories, and even hotels because they are sources of major power consumption and often struggle to […]

The Five Food and Restaurant AI Chatbots You Should Know About

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Artificial Intelligence / chatbot / Machine Learning
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Facebook Messenger chatbots have major potential, even if the field is relatively nascent one.  With Facebook launching Discover, a hub inside Messenger for discovering new and interesting chatbots to message with, there’s no excuse not to try out a new chatbot this summer — especially a food-related one. From analyzing your receipts to providing awesome restaurant recommendations, the following list represents a veritable freshmen class of powerful, value-adding, food and restaurants AI chatbots. Lunchcat Lunchcat, created by […]

Digamma.ai CEO Q&A Series: Michal Wroczynski of Fido.ai

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Artificial Intelligence
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Digamma.ai CEO Q&A Series: Interview with Michal Wroczynski, CEO and founder at Fido Labs 1. Fido’s technology powers chatbots so that they can learn automatically from the internet and answer complex business questions based on a large volume of text. Tell me about how Fido got started in the first place and your novel approach in teaching machines how to reason more like humans. In 2003, we co-founded Fido Interactive and implemented many commercial projects of AI […]

Digamma.ai Q&A Series: Vsevolod Dyomkin of (m8n)ware

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Artificial Intelligence
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Digamma.ai Q&A Series: Interview with Vsevolod Dyomkin  1. Grammarly is a commercial product. While developing it, did you encounter any interesting challenges and obtain any interesting research results in the NLP area? Did any interesting academic results arise from the development process or was the work purely an application of existing NLP algorithms? Grammarly operates in a field that is both down-to-earth and also has a history of relevant academic research.  In addition to its […]