Algo.ai has created an international division based in London.

The company has named Aodan Coburn, formerly EVP International at Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, as president, Algo.ai International. Miguel Geli, previously division CIO for Sony Pictures and European MD of Sony Retail Services Europe, has been appointed COO, Algo.ai International.

“Algo.ai is a company with significant global potential which I am thrilled now to be part of,” Geli added in a statement.

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The team over at Insights Success has tapped algo.ai once again as one of the most innovative companies in Business Intelligence!

Read on for a profile of Algo and our Founder & CEO Amjad Hussain

 

 

Algo.ai (Algomus) is featured in the updated 2018-2019 edition of TopBots’ Enterprise AI landscape which highlights the most interesting companies currently using AI to tackle business challenges.

Since TopBots first started tracking applied AI companies in 2017, the industry has grown tremendously and we’re thrilled to be included in the list of innovators continuing to enable novel business applications of machine learning.

Read the full article here https://www.topbots.com/essential-landscape-overview-enterprise-artificial-intelligence/

 

Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Augmented or Virtual Reality (AR and VR) are quite easily some of the most promising forms of technology within our modern world, to be rivaled only with blockchain. It may come as no surprise that many brands and industries are scrambling to implement these technologies in their products and services. This year, it is expected that 31% of enterprises will start using Artificial Intelligence. What’s more, according to a survey done by ISACA, 64% of US consumers believe that augmented reality enhancements would benefit the workplace.

Read the full article here https://sociable.co/technology/algo-ai-analyst/

Benzinga reporter and editor Dustin Blitchok visited our Detroit HQ and found out all about what we are building.

Read the article here https://www.benzinga.com/news/18/09/12417697/cutting-edge-collaborative-intelligence-startup-algo-ai-joins-nvidia-inception-a

 

Formerly known as Algomus Inc., Algo.ai allows users, including those with little knowledge in data science, to analyze data and find new insights.

 

Troy, MI, September 26 2018 – Algo.ai, the company connecting Artificial Intelligence (AI), Augmented Reality (AR) and automation to retail and entertainment industries, today announced that it has joined the NVIDIA Inception program. The program is designed to nurture startups aiming to revolutionize industries with advancements in AI and data sciences.

 

Formerly known as Algomus, Inc., Algo.ai provides an easy-to-use conversational Business Intelligence (BI) and Workflow Automation platform that enables people to work to their full potential by learning to take over tedious and redundant tasks and collaborate using a single source of truth.

 

The platform uses a wide range of AI and Machine Learning (ML) architectures — including prediction, prescription, time series forecasting, natural language processing (NLP), and robotic process automation (RPA) — to allow for seamless and robust smart human-in-the-loop workflows. With an easy-to-use conversational interface, Algo ensures that users without any background in data science can make data-driven decisions and become more strategic and analytic in their day-to-day tasks.

 

NVIDIA’s Inception program is a virtual accelerator that helps startups during critical stages of product development, prototyping and deployment. It will provide Algo.ai with expanded computing and development resources to accelerate R&D of specialized deep learning architectures and implementing new ML and AR features into production as they continue to onboard enterprise clients in the retail and entertainment industries in the US and Europe.

 

Machine Learning is transforming retail and other industries by allowing companies to discover patterns in supply chain data. Algo.ai’s latest customers include powerhouses in the movie and music industries, which bring unprecedented opportunities to develop AI-powered supply chain solutions tailored to the unique and complex supply chain of entertainment and consumer products. Joining the NVIDIA Inception program will further the development of the Algo platform, revolutionizing the way businesses handle inventory levels, supplier quality, and more.

 

“We’re thrilled to join the NVIDIA Inception program, which supports our mission of advancing the Collaborative Intelligence capabilities of enterprises by allowing humans and machines to work together to produce superior outcomes,” said Amjad Hussain, Founder and CEO of Algo.ai. “The collaboration supports our expansion of Algo into AR applications, ensuring our platform continues to be on the cutting edge and cementing our place as a market leader in our chosen verticals”

 

About Algo.ai

Algo.ai has created Algo, the world’s first supply chain analyst bot. Algo connects Artificial Intelligence, Augmented Reality, and Automation in a unique way to a specific set of industries: retailers, distributors, and manufacturers. The company’s deep domain knowledge of both technology and supply chain allows the team to rapidly train Algo on analytically rich workflows and business functions like Demand and Inventory Planning, Sales Forecasting, New Product Lifecycle Management, Assortment Optimization and more. Algo.ai is headquartered in metro Detroit with operations in the US and Europe.

Content will always be king.

But in the home entertainment business, as in the broader entertainment industry, data is increasingly regarded as the crown, throne and scepter.

Data analytics, quite simply, is predicting future consumer behavior based on as much information about your target audience as you can get. Data comes into play when deciding windows, store allocations, distribution platforms, marketing campaigns, even greenlighting movies.

Read the full article including a perspective from our own John Daly over at Media Play News

May 2, 2018, RE•WORK

At the AI in Industrial Automation Summit this June 26 – 27, team Algo will be joining RE•WORK to exhibit and chat to attendees about their current work. In advance of the summit, Ellie Lucy, Global Summit Creator at RE•WORK spoke with Nikki to hear about her current work and their use of AI and deep learning.

Read the full interview over at the ReWork Blog

March, 2018, Insights Success Magazine

The average knowledge surrounding Artificial Intelligence revolves around a rumored headline of it surpassing human brain with the help of a computer generated program, causing a cloud of catastrophe over the idea. But the reality is much more complex than the above stated rumor. Organizations from varied sectors realize the potential of AI and Machine Learning and are racing against each other to build the most efficient AI enabled program, capable of reducing human efforts by solving the maximum tasks possible. Built on the concept of people and machines working together, Algomus is one company that stands out to create an environment where humans and machines can work and learn from one another to make specific tasks easier.

Source : The 10 Most Promising BI and Analytics Solution Providers 2018

January 16, 2018, RE•WORK

Algomus is a rapidly growing Detroit area startup that has built Algo the world’s first Analyst Workbot and Enterprise ML powered Big Data Analytics platform for media & entertainment companies, manufacturers, distributors, and retailers. Algomus, who is partnering with RE•WORK for the AI Assistant Summit in San Francisco this January 25 – 26 have just launched Algo 2.0, making their AI enabled workbot even smarter.

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