This just in: Sigma AI, a global technology company that’s helping democratize machine-learning by offering customizable AI tools that can be outsourced, efficiently and cost-effectively, sponsored The AI Summit San Francisco for the third year in a row.
The AI Summit® SAN FRANCISCO was also supported by leading AI solution providers, including their 2017 Industry Partners Amazon Alexa, Google Cloud Platform, HCL, IBM Watson, Microsoft, Publicis. Sapient and PwC. Over 2,000 of the most senior business CxOs, AI visionaries, AI start-up innovators, and acclaimed researchers convened in San Francisco to showcase ground-breaking solutions that are transforming business productivity today and will continue to transform organizations in the future. Press and media coverage included CNN, CNBC, Wired, The Times, Forbes and TV coverage from Thompson Reuters. A film crew from The Wall Street Journal were on site producing an exclusive documentary looking at the impact of AI on business.
About Sigma AI
Sigma was founded in 2008 by Dr. Daniel Tapias and is headquartered in San Francisco, with a large footprint in Madrid. Sigma’s API and Artificial Intelligence Product, AiCurate™, is helping streamline the way businesses implement AI technologies, removing the need for incurring high risks associated with technology capital investment or requiring the installation of a dedicated AI team. Instead, Sigma’s outsourced, customizable solutions come with a team of experts, proficient in the use and application of AI technology while organizations can remain the domain experts.
Being cited as the fourth industrial revolution, AI continues to revolutionize business; many estimates predict that enterprise spending on AI technology will increase from $200m to over $50billion during the next 10 years.
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