We’re heading to SF!
AI Summit San Francisco is taking place on September 25th and 26th. The San Francisco event features giants from nearly every industry, but is highlighted by tech companies like Amazon, Google, IBM, Microsoft, Samsung, Intel, Facebook, and many more.
AI Summit also holds events in London, Hong Kong, Singapore, Cape Town, and New York, making it one of the largest AI conference series in the world.
And Globalme will be there!
We’ll be showcasing our powerful combination of in-field and crowd-sourced data collection and processing services for AI and ML—including a live demo of our Robson data collection app. Visit us at booth #102.
And while we’re excited to learn all about the future of the AI industry thanks to a star-studded lineup of industry speakers, we’re also excited to meet these companies that are bringing new innovations to the industry every day:
1. Artificial Solutions
Artificial Solutions is a conversational AI company that helps businesses scale their communication efforts thanks to virtual assistants and chat bots.
They’ve said it themselves that the market is starting to mature in terms of the first instantiations of chatbots, so the focus has started to shift to what the next major revolution will be for chatbots.
As conversational AI technology starts to expand horizontally into new global markets (such as Spain and Italy), we’re interested in learning how Artificial Solutions collects and processes training data on an international scale.
Interactions describes themselves as “the practical use of AI.”
They’re a conversational AI company that helps large enterprise businesses integrate chatbots and virtual assistants into their customer service strategies.
Interactions Chief Marketing Officer James Freeze recently wrote in Forbes about how AI can improve cross-cultural communication—a topic that has always interested us greatly as a localization and data collection company.
3. BAE Systems
BAE Systems provides global defense, aerospace, and security technology solutions across the globe.
As technology developed for the military eventually trickles into mainstream applications over time, we’re interested in finding out how they’re using data to innovate the future.
They also recently announced they’ve developed new prototype augmented reality (AR) glasses, which in their final form will display guidance, targeting, and mission information to the wearer—so we’re excited to hear more about their development.
SAS offers a range of Artificial Intelligence and Machine learning solutions, including AI-powered customer service solutions, visual text analytics, computer vision, sports analytics, and visual forecasting.
Being a sports analytics nerd myself, I want to know more about how they’ve gathered and analyzed data for teams like the Orlando Magic, New York Mets, and many other teams and leagues around the world.
Humley is a cloud-based chatbot platform for enterprise organizations. Behind their chatbot is Humley Studio, a backend that lets subject matter experts manage their own chatbot setup in-house.
We’re interested in learning how they use natural utterance and chat data to power their user-generated chatbots.
6. Sigma AI
Sigma AI, based out of San Francisco, uses AI to automate complex tasks like fraud detection, market predictions, and intelligent customer service agents.
As providers of data collection and processing services, we’re curious to know how they’re using AI to automate time-consuming tasks.
See You at AI Summit
If you’re attending the event, stop by booth #102 to say hi!
A few of our team members (including myself!) will be at the Summit, so we encourage you to say hello.
If you’d like to book a meeting with us while we’re in San Francisco, just get in touch through our contact form.