Project Juno has developed a helpful overview of the many AI companies operating across Europe. There is significant amount of activity in this sector, and Project Juno's tool makes it easier to get to grips with, by breaking AI companies down into a number of classifications and specialisms.
At Oxford Capital we remain very interested in the potential for AI in general and the strength of the European cohort of AI companies in particular.
For the next couple of days I am at the Deep Learning Summit in London. I'm looking forward to talking with a number of the companies on Juno's list.
European Machine Intelligence Landscape We @ProjectJunoAI are big fans of landscapes. That’s why we’ve created a machine intelligence landscape focused entirely on Europe . Europe deserves a landscape of its own to highlight its talent and expertise. Until recently, its contribution to the innovation and commercialisation of machine intelligence technologies has been under-appreciated. We now see growing self-confidence borne of the success, and continued presence, of local acquired startups like VocalIQ, Swiftkey, Deepmind, Magic Pony Technology, and PredictionIO. London is Europe’s startup centre, mixing capital, proximity to markets, and world-class research hubs. Not to mention that we are proudly European — British, French, and German — with our associated partialities.