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The 10 Hottest AI Startups Of 2021 (So Far)
Wade Tyler Millward
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.
Top Executive: Krishna Kallakuri, founder and CEO
Headquarters: Northville, Mich.
Diwo’s AI-powered tool aims to automate the business insights process and provide executives a central space for predicting growth opportunities and quantifying the effect of individual decisions on revenue, along with other measures.
The company’s solutions have helped retail businesses improve inventory management and financial services businesses with credit risk management, according to Diwo’s website. The platform has a natural language interface to guide users to different insights and streams analytics to bring decisions to real time.
It can use third-party developed models to improve event streams. The tool is deployable on cloud or on premises. Diwo was founded in 2014, according to Crunchbase.
Diwo CEO Krishna Kallakuri previously served as CEO of DataFactZ. Chief Operating Officer Razi Raziuddin previously worked at DataRobot, IBM and EMC.