Next-gen customized vision AI platform launches

April 09, 2021 // By Rich Pell
Next-gen customized vision AI platform launches
Customized vision AI platform CrowdAI has announced the launch of their next-generation AI platform, which is designed to enable anyone to create high-quality solutions to analyze imagery and video.

With its new platform, says the company, no data science background or coding is required to make data-driven operational decisions. The full-stack solution is offered as providing all the tools necessary to go from raw pixels to structured insights relevant to a user's specific needs. The company also provides the support and strategy for determining if and how to implement an AI solution into the enterprise.

"At CrowdAI, we work alongside managers, engineers, marketers, and data scientists at every level to learn how our tools and AI workflows can make an impact in their organization," says Devaki Raj, CEO and founder of CrowdAI. "Our goal is to empower the workforce to better understand how AI can help them do their job. With our new, next-generation platform, we're able to make vision AI approachable and intuitive to anyone in the enterprise."

The company - which says its platform is being utilized by numerous organizations throughout the government, the education sector, and the technology industry - offers both a free, web-based version, as well as a subscription version with custom enterprise-based assets. The new platform is designed to allow anyone within an organization to tap into the benefits of intelligent automation.

Technology advancements in the enterprise, including artificial intelligence and smart technology, says the company, have pushed the market forward over the last few years, and despite security and privacy concerns, artificial intelligence continues to prove to be a critical asset if implemented correctly and efficiently. The company says it has seen a 200% increase in its customer base in the past year, indicating a broader shift in the industrial and large commercial sectors towards more intelligent automation.

Along with the announcement of its new platform, the company announced it has raised over $10 million to support the launch of the platform - most recently via a Series A led by Threshold Ventures. Other participating investors include Susa Ventures, Ron Conway's SV

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