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The 10 Hottest AI Startups Of 2021 (So Far)

Aisera, the producer of conversational AI and RPA tools. Eightfold.AI, which offers a way to manage the talent and skills of employees. And Soul Machines, creator of lifelike digital avatars. See who else made CRN’s annual list of the hottest AI startups of 2021 so far.

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Top Executive: Diego Oppenheimer, co-founder and CEO

Headquarters: Seattle

Algorithmia offers a platform for machine learning operations (MLOps), a way to deliver AI models and scale production for faster results. The platform is meant to allow users to load, catalog and validate models while managing costs and infrastructure use.

The company’s serverless tools work over CPUs and GPUs to support cloud, on-premises and hybrid environments, according to its website. Algorithmia counts among its integration partners Datadog, GitHub, Splunk and VMware.

The company’s website includes testimonials from enterprises like EY and Raytheon Intelligence and Space. And accolades for Algorithmia include mention as a market leader by GigaOM as well as joining CB Insights’ annual AI 100 list.

In March, Algorithmia released new reporting and risk assessment tools to govern AI models in production. The startup was founded in 2014 and has raised about $38 million to date, according to Crunchbase.

CRN has previously ranked the company among its 10 Coolest DevOps Startups Of 2019, 55 Big Data Startups To Watch In 2016, 10 Coolest Big Data Startups Of 2015.

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