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The finalists for the Innovation Showcase will be at VB Transform: Get ahead of the Generative AI revolution, July 11 to 12 in San Francisco.
Eight companies have been selected to showcase their generative artificial intelligence (AI) products or features that are most likely to disrupt the enterprise. VB Transform attendees will have the chance to nominate two more companies from our Innovation Alley to participate in the showcase.
Those selected to present will do so in front of nearly a thousand industry decision-makers and receive direct feedback from a panel of enterprise tech analysts, brand executives and others.
The 2023 Innovation Showcase finalists are:
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Toronto-based Armilla AI is a quality assurance platform for model testing and evaluation. The company aims to empower enterprises to govern, deploy, and responsibly scale AI solutions. The company is also backed by the YCombinator startup accelerator.
In June, Armilla announced the release of AutoAlign, a web-based platform for fine-tuning popular open-source large language models (LLMs) and internal organization LLMs with HuggingFace interfaces to reduce hallucinations and harmful responses, weeding out bias.
California-based conversational AI platform Yellow AI‘s long-term vision is centered around democratizing AI for all and empowering customers, employees and enterprises to connect with ease and convenience.
In May, Yellow AI announced the release of YellowG, a next-gen conversational AI platform designed specifically for automation technology.
AnswerAI applies generative AI in ways that directly benefit enterprises by integrating data from multiple platforms into a singular, accessible location. This results in a comprehensive view of all company information. The platform does this with docubots, Journeys and Sidekick experts.
California-based SupportLogic offers a continuous service experience (SX) management platform that helps companies understand and respond to customers in real time. The platform uses AI-infused workflows to analyze customer interactions and catch the cases that need responses.
Israel-based ClearML, is an open-source AI solutions firm. In May, ClearML announced the launch of ClearGPT, a secure and enterprise-grade generative AI platform. The platform’s primary objective is to empower organizations to securely and efficiently deploy and utilize LLMs at scale.
California-based Skyflow is a privacy API for securing sensitive data that is built on a customer data vault. The company aims to enable its customers to use generative AI without worrying about sensitive data leaks and security concerns.
In May, Skyflow announced the launch of a “privacy vault” for LLMS.
California-based Unstructured takes natural language data and transform if from it’s raw form to learning-ready. The company’s open-source libraries and APIs help build custom preprocessing pipelines for labeling, training and machine learning production.
California-based Arize AI provides machine learning (ML) observability capabilities, using AI to troubleshoot AI.
In April the company announced Phoenix, an open-source library to monitor LLMs for hallucinations.
Tune into VB Transform
All 10 pitches will occur on July 11 from 4:40 to 6 p.m. on the main stage for our in-person attendees. The event will also be live-streamed on VentureBeat.com.
Presenters will have five minutes for their pitch, followed by three minutes of feedback from the panel. Awards will be presented in three categories: 1) most likely to succeed, 2) coolest technology and 3) best presentation style.