Artificial Intelligence has already become the driving force of almost every industry and sector. We have seen AI in self-driving vehicles in the medical field, assisting doctors with medical diagnoses, and mimicking the way humans speak.
The inherently broad term of Artificial Intelligence is so often used that it can start to feel meaningless. Some companies have already begun to brand themselves itself, an AI company, despite doing simple data analysis work. It is why we have come up with a list of companies that are wielding some subset of AI in a meaningful way and demonstrating real business potential from doing so.
This Chicago-based AI company is predominantly into healthcare, biotech, and big data. A massive pool of medical and clinical data at a scale is gathered and analyzed at Tempus using AI. Relying on genetic makeup, past medical history, and diagnosis, personalized precision medicine with the assistance of AI can be optimized for treatment to each individual’s specific health needs. Currently, Tempus is focusing on using AI to create breakthroughs in cancer research.
An AI-powered fintech company based in New York, AlphaSense helps investment firms, banks, and Fortune 500 companies find vital information within transcripts, filings, news, and research, all powered by search engines. AphaSense uses artificial intelligence to expand keyword searches for relevant content.
This firm specializing in machine learning has an AI mechanism in place and is developing ‘the Neurala Brain.’ It is a deep learning neural network software that makes devices such as cameras, phones. And drones smarter and easier to use. The AI solutions Neurala has devised found a place in more than a million devices, including companies and organizations like NASA, Motorola, Huawei, and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) are actively using the technology.
Nutonomy is another company based in Boston, similar to Neurala. Nutonomy dealing with automotive and transportation is on a mission to provide safe and efficient driverless vehicles. They are in the process of developing software that powers autonomous cars in cities around the world. Nutonomy uses artificial intelligence to combine mapping, perception, motion planning, control, and decision making into the software to eliminate mishaps due to driver-error.
The California based biotech and health tech firm uses AI to conduct innovative cancer screenings and diagnostic tests. The company specializes in recognizing disease-associated patters and provides advance cancer detection and better treatment options, all this by using non-invasive blood tests.
This is a product-based IT company creating, developing, and maintaining tools designed for high productivity & smooth functioning of business operations with the help of integrated AI. It’s an American company headquartered in Florida and has a technical hub in Bangalore, India, where all tools are developed and maintained. Onpassive ecosystem is an in-house developed software that is designed to transform an offline or online business into a hands-free online success.
Aeye is how you read this company as. Another firm located in Pleasanton, California, AEYE builds the vision algorithms, software, and hardware that eventually becomes the eyes of autonomous vehicles. It uses a Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR) technology to focus on the vital information in a vehicle’s sightline such other cars, people, and animals, while putting less emphasis on things like the sky, buildings and surrounding vegetation.
BLUE RIVER TECH:
Combining AI and computer vision, the Sunnyvale-based Blue River Tech builds smarter farm tech and is mainly into agriculture and robotics. The company’s flagship is See & Spray machine learning technology that scans individual plants and applies herbicides to the weeds only. The smart solution reduces 90% of the chemicals currently sprayed and also prevents herbicide-resistant weeds.