These 14 AI Startups Are Vying for a Piece of $1.5 Million in Prizes

nVidia, 4/24/2017

Big dreams. Bright lights. And a peek at the future of AI.

Welcome to NVIDIA’s AI startup challenge.

In a rapid-fire panoply of pitches, more than a dozen emerging AI companies vied to win over skeptical judges and take home a chunk of the $1.5 million in cash prizes we’re handing out at our GPU Technology Conference next month.

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nVidia Selects 5 Most-Disruptive AI Startups

VentureBeat, 4/23/2017

Nvidia is on a quest to find the most disruptive artificial intelligence startups. This quest is part of a larger contest, dubbed Nvidia Inception, which is screening more than 600 entrants to cull the best AI startups in three big categories.

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Smartvid.io to Speak at GPU Technology Conference

GPU Technology conference, May 8 - 11, 2017, Silicon Valley, CA

Join Sean True, Director of Machine Learning at Smartvid.io at his session "S7575 - From Cracks to Hard Hats: Focusing on Industrial Computer Vision" to learn about new methods for analyzing the content of photos and videos from industrial contexts.

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Smartvid.io to Sponsor BuiltWorlds Summit 2017

BuiltWorlds Summit 2017, May 3-5 , 2017, Chicago, IL

Smartvid.io will be one of the sponsors at the BuiltWorlds Summit 2017, taking place from May 3rd-5th at the Wit Hotel in Chicago.

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Is Procore’s Construction OS the Solution for Construction?

Kris Lengieza, 4/9/2017

If you hadn’t already heard, a little over a week ago at Procore Groundbreak 17 Procore announced their Big News. 

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CarGurus Follows the Plan…the TripAdvisor Plan

Utterly Biased, 4/7/2017

Under-the-radar:
Ash Egan, Principal at Converge Venture Partners, couldn’t pick just one company in his firm’s portfolio that isn’t getting the attention that it should, he mentioned three: Nift, RocketVisor, and Smartvid.io.

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How Procore Brought the Cloud to the $10 Trillion Construction Industry

CIO magazine, 3/29/2017

The up-and-coming cloud application startup is upending how work gets done on construction jobs, where pens and clipboards still rule.

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