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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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

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

January 11, 2018, AI Trends

“You have to think about the business problems first before you drive the tools in that direction,” said John Daly, Senior Vice President of Worldwide Production Services at Sony Pictures Entertainment.

“Daly co-developed an AI tool from Algomus, which automatically generates data reports and supports natural language queries.”

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December 14, 2017, TechTarget

For enterprises to benefit from AI tools and techniques, experts at AI World stressed that technology needs to be grounded by a tight focus on how it can improve business goals.

There should be zero separation between an enterprise’s business objectives and its AI implementation

October 3, 2017, Benzinga

It’s been less than a year since the startup Algomus launched its collaborative intelligence platform Algo, and the company has taken on clients ranging from Hollywood studios to appliance manufacturers, many of which are Wal-Mart suppliers.

The 2.0 version of Algo, a platform that merges artificial intelligence with human input, is being readied for a fourth-quarter launch, said Algomus CEO Amjad Hussain.

“We just move quick,” he said.

Algomus is self-funded without venture capital money, its CEO said.

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September 14, Talk Business and Politics

Machine learning falls under the realm of artificial intelligence (AI), and though the technology has been around for a long time, it’s becoming more relevant when married with big data, according to Amjad Hussain, CEO of Detroit-based Algomus, who provides AI assistance to retail and suppliers.

During a recent workshop in Bentonville, Hussain demonstrated how AI is used by some retail suppliers such as Sony. He said AI, when used as a business assistant, can enhance productivity in an office. Hussain said machine learning combined with human creativity creates collaborative intelligence. Mathematically, he said it’s something like 1 + 1 = 11.

“John Daly, senior vice president of worldwide production services at Sony Pictures, said the Algomus business assistant — aka Algo — makes it easy to target his underperforming stores and devise a plan to raise them.”

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September 6, Small Business Trends

“Chatbots offer a variety of potential benefits for businesses. And Algomus is a tech startup that was one of the early adopters of AI technology, creating a chatbot that can help businesses with some of the more tedious data related tasks.

Learn more about Algomus and the company’s chatbot, Algo in this week’s Small Business Spotlight.

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