Kai Zhang
Member of the Technical Staff
Nand Dalal
Member of the Technical Staff

Forbes AI 50: Proud to be among America's Most Promising Artificial Intelligence Firms



Nines is thrilled to be selected for the Forbes AI 50! Being included in this list of the Most Promising AI Companies is an honor as we continue in our mission to provide quality, reliable care to patients in hospitals and radiology practices. You can see the full information here, and below is how Forbes summarizes the impact of this list of innovators:


"The Covid-19 pandemic was devastating for many industries, but it only accelerated the use of artificial intelligence across the U.S. economy. Amid the crisis, companies scrambled to create new services for remote workers and students, beef up online shopping and dining options, make customer call centers more efficient and speed development of important new drugs.


Even as applications of machine learning and perception platforms become commonplace, a thick layer of hype and fuzzy jargon clings to AI-enabled software. That makes it tough to identify the most compelling companies in the space—especially those finding new ways to use AI that create value by making humans more efficient, not redundant...

...To be considered, businesses must be privately-held and utilizing machine learning (where systems learn from data to improve on tasks), natural language processing (which enables programs to “understand” written or spoken language) or computer vision (which relates to how machines “see”). AI companies incubated at, largely funded through or acquired by large tech, manufacturing or industrial firms aren’t eligible for consideration...

...This year’s judges included: Tonya Custis, director of AI research, Autodesk; Michael Jordan, professor of computer science, University of California, Berkeley; Xuezhao Lan, founding and managing partner, Basis Set Ventures; Andrew Ng, cofounder, Coursera; computer science adjunct faculty, Stanford University; Fay Cobb Payton, professor of information systems and technology, North Carolina State University; Gill Pratt, CEO, Toyota Research Institute; chief scientist, Toyota Motor Corp.; Carol Reiley, AI entrepreneur and scientist; former CEO, Drive.AI; and Raquel Urtasun, professor of computer science, University of Toronto."



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