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AI Founder? Submit Your Startup to This Top 100 Private AI Companies List

October 26, 2016

11:20 am

Data-driven strategic insights company CBInsights has opened up submissions for it’s next big list: The top 100 private AI companies in the world. If you run an AI startup, or know someone who does, now’s your chance to get in one a little (potential) free publicity.

The Form

Here’s the link to a quick submission form for the list that CBInsights calls the “ranking of the 100 most promising private artificial intelligence companies globally.” Applications for this first round close on 11/3/16, so get yours in now.

The winners will be announced January 10, at The Innovation Summit hosted in Santa Barbara, CA.

CBInsight’s past work may throw a little light on what they’re looking for. One market map, for example, covered over 60 startups across a variety of sectors, all of which relied on deep learning processes for their business. Here’s a look at the open AI businesses highlighted there:

“Startups here are developing algorithms that can be applied across multiple industries like finance, healthcare, and e-commerce. To name a few, Japan-based LeapMind raised $3.4M from Archetype Ventures, ITOCHU Technology Ventures, and Visionnaire Ventures in Q3’16; Teradeep, a neural network startup that “accelerates” deep learning via field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) — integrated circuits that can be programmed for customer-specific applications — received funding in Q1’16 from the corporate venture arm of XILINX.”

Those on the top 100 private AI companies list will be chosen, the company says, based on two factors: “their Mosaic scores and their responses to interviews/questions posed by CB Insights’ industry analysts.” Once again, the deadline’s in a little over a week, so get your form filled out now.

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Adam is a writer at Tech.co and has worked as a tech writer, blogger and copy editor for the last decade. He's also a Forbes Contributor on the publishing industry (and Digital Book World 2018 award finalist) and has appeared in publications including Popular Mechanics and IDG Connect. When not glued to TechMeme, he loves obsessing over 1970s sci-fi art.