We’re excited to announce that Algorithmia has been selected as a CB Insights AI 100 company. This prestigious list is comprised of a select group of the 100 most promising companies breaking ground on artificial intelligence algorithms and technology.
“Our goal with Algorithmia is to build the standard API where algorithms, functions, and models are discoverable and accessible to everyone,” Diego Oppenheimer said, founder and CEO of Algorithmia.
The CB Insights team selected the AI 100 winners based on a combination of data, responses to interview questions, and the CB Insights Mosaic Score – an algorithm used to measure the health of private companies.
“From financial services to healthcare to transport, incumbent companies in every industry are seeing that AI will reshape their industries,” Anand Sanwal said, CB Insights CEO. “And as so often happens, transformational innovation comes from emerging companies. In the case of AI, a lot of the groundbreaking work is being done by the AI 100. The companies in the AI 100 are accelerating research, improving efficiency, and making many game-changing advancements that will be felt for decades to come.”
Only 6% of the more than 1,650 companies nominated for the AI 100 were selected.
More About Algorithmia
We’ve created an open marketplace for algorithms and algorithm development, making state-of-the-art algorithms accessible and discoverable by everyone.
On Algorithmia, algorithms run as containerized microservices that act as the building blocks of algorithmic intelligence developers can use to create, share, and remix at scale.
By making algorithms composable, interoperable, and portable, algorithms can be written in any supported language, and then made available to application developers where the code is always “on,” and available via a simple REST API.
Algorithmia is the largest marketplace for algorithms in the world, with more than 30,000 developers leveraging 2,500 algorithms. Algorithms and models on Algorithmia include research from MIT, University of Washington, Carnegie Mellon University, University of California Berkeley, Caltech, University of Texas at Austin, University of Tokyo, University of Toronto, among others.