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In the bustling city of Berlin, a vibrant hub for innovation and technology, a revolution is underway. Artificial Intelligence (AI) companies are proliferating at an astounding pace, propelling the German capital to the forefront of global AI development. As we delve into the realm of intelligent machines and cutting-edge algorithms, Berlin’s AI scene stands tall, showing no signs of slowing down.
Generative AI had an explosive year in 2022. Popular systems like DALL-E 2, Stable Diffusion and Midjourney can produce incredibly detailed images from a text prompt in a matter of seconds, irrevocably altering the landscape of graphic design. Tools like ChatGPT allow users to converse with a highly capable chatbot capable of answering questions, composing emails, creating code and even writing entire essays from scratch.
OpenAI has already announced GPT-4, and there have been increasing hints that the technology will have multimodal capabilities, able to function across images, texts and sounds simultaneously. A multimodal AI would be capable of building new business models that could open the door for jobs and opportunities that we couldn’t even imagine a year ago. So who’s our AI frontrunners in Berlin? Let’s get into it!
Funding type: Series A
SPREAD makes product data accessible, intuitive, and actionable. Our Engineering Intelligence Network connects all kinds of product information to help engineering teams gain an objective understanding of ultra-complex systems like cars, aircraft, and machines. With use cases from R&D to Aftersales, SPREAD is helping customers like Mercedes, VW, and Infineon to accelerate development cycles, increase quality, eliminate millions in inefficiencies, and reduce their environmental footprint.
Funding type: Series A
Jina AI is a multimodal company that provides cloud-native and on-premise solutions powered by AI and deep learning. It serves an open-source SaaS and consulting business enabling everyone to use AI in all kinds of data with high availability and scalability.
Parloa is a Conversational AI platform for AI technology in customer dialogue and is the ideal answer to increased customer expectations for service quality on more and more channels. Large companies such as ERGO, Decathlon, Swisslife, and the German Red Cross automate their most important communication channels with Parloa. This allows customerconcerns, primarily on the phone, to be identified within seconds and repetitive tasks to be automated. Instead of generating data silos, their customers optimize several service channels simultaneously thanks to unified training data.
Over the last decade, the application of artificial intelligence (AI) in the medical domain has manifested itself in exciting and tangible results. In particular, computer vision is now facing a radical and irreversible change in medical imaging and radiology.
In 2017, a team from Europe’s largest university clinic, the Charité, was founded to drive technological change in dentistry and to combine the art of machine learning, the elegance of software engineering, and outstanding expertise in dental research. It aims to help dentists make the best possible diagnostic and treatment decisions for their patients. With the founding of the Charité startup dentalXrai in 2020, they offer a platform for recognising pathologies and anatomical structures on dental and X-ray images and are now revolutionizing dentistry with the latest artificial intelligence technologies.
Ada is a global health company founded by doctors, scientists, and industry pioneers to create new possibilities for personal health. Ada’s core system connects medical knowledge with intelligent technology to help all people actively manage their health and medical professionals to deliver effective care. Ada is proud to collaborate with leading health systems and global non-profit organizations to carry out this vision.
AiSight develops a product that uses artificial intelligence algorithms to determine the state of a machine in real-time, predict errors and dynamically regulate the machine parameters based on sensor data. The solution consists of both hardware and software components.
Nomitri is a deep-tech AI startup based in Berlin. They provide deep-learning Edge & Embedded Visual AI solutions for Retailers. Their technology is well integrated with hardware components, tailored to the client’s specific use case and makes use of the latest advances in network pruning and quantisation techniques. They are convinced that their technology can bring great benefits to society. They provide retailers with an autonomous self-checkout system without the hassle of expensive camera installations, cloud infrastructure setup and connectivity issues.
Their unique smartphone-based self-checkout solution can be implemented within one day. Retailers can choose to use their (white-labelled) app or integrate their technology into their existing customer app. They enhance existing bar-code scanning capabilities with an intelligent loss prevention and product identification solution. Leveraging smartphones, they help retailers create a personalised and data-driven customer experience in stationery stores.
Deep Neuron Lab develops products that free people from tedious processes and help companies focus on their core business. Many work processes today are still tied to unnecessary time and effort. They simplify these processes with artificial intelligence (AI). To achieve that they use the latest methods of Natural Language Processing (NLP) and image recognition to structure data and enable easier access to information.