Ontario has become a true hub for artificial intelligence, not just for Canada, but for the entire world. It is home to world-class research centers such as the Vector Institute of Artificial Intelligence. Whether it is related to MedTech, FinTech, or other fields some of the most promising AI ventures are taking place in this province. We have compiled a list of the best artificial intelligence companies to watch out for in 2020.
They have the vision to create the world’s smartest lawyer through the use of AI. ROSS uses machine learning to recognize patterns of context, syntax, and meaning within legal documents, uncovering precise answers to legal questions, not just keywords. Its industry-leading AI algorithm then also ranks cases relevant to the query, effectively resolving some of the most common challenges in legal research: (1) too many cases on a legal issue and (2) too few cases on a legal issue.
Dessa creates AI solutions for enterprises. It became the first AI company in 2016 to incorporate deep learning systems for a retail bank. Dessa has caught the attention of some of the best designers of the convolutional neural networks such as Alex Krizhevsky.
IT Action Group
With the many different AI companies being created every day, it can be difficult to find one that can actually incorporate an AI-based solution specific to your industry. Based in Toronto, IT Action Group has become widely known as a one-stop shop for creating AI solutions that are uniquely created for their clients ranging from retail banks to medical clinics. A few of the different areas of AI they specialized include robotic process automation, natural language processing, intelligent document recognition among many more.
Building AI solutions requires the right combination of hottest technologies that make the science of artificial intelligence practically possible. Our AI experts are well-versed in a variety of latest AI-related technologies that are critical in taking the machine intelligence to the next level.
We work with these technologies to create simple and user-friendly solutions for complex problems while keeping up with the emerging trends and deliver real business benefits.
Based in Ottawa, Interset applies the latest technologies in big data and artificial intelligence to the fast-paced cybersecurity industry. Its platform is able to detect threats that are emerging and can connect the dots in order to identify who is the attacker and what assets are at risk among many other features. Interset’s products have already been tested and deployed across the U.S. intelligence community.
In 2018, Alphabet’s artificial intelligence venture fund chose Toronto’s biomedical start-up, Bench Sci, as its first Canadian investment. In the age of the replicability crisis, where scholars have found that the results of many scientific studies are difficult or impossible to replicate, Bench Sci leverages machine learning to scan hundreds of vendors and millions of data points in order to find the right antibodies for your
experiment up to 24 times faster than traditional methods – thereby helping to shorten the drug discovery process.
There are only a few trends in IT that have been more revolutionary than cloud computing, and Densify is actually built on utilizing cloud computing. Densify utilizes machine learning to optimize cloud environments in real-time, enabling customers to operate with less cloud cost, less infrastructure, and better performing applications.
As customer care becomes more and more demanding, there are only so many humans that you can hire to deliver a specific standard of service. Wysdom has grown from working as a startup to now working with international brands to deliver AI-enhanced customer service through chatbots that use natural language processing.
Cyclica is a Toronto-based biotechnology company that is driving drug discovery by empowering scientists in pharma with an integrated cloud-based and AI-augmented platform that enhances how they design, screen and personalize medicine.
Zoom.ai improved the employee experience by providing everyone in the company with their own automated assistant which can aid them in searching for files, scheduling meetings, generating meetings to name a few. The platform is able to understand 170+ languages and over time can learn your basic preferences in order to enable quick, hassle-free workday automation.