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25 February 2021
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Algorithmia, along with 25+ fellow leaders in the AI and ML space, is excited to announce the founding of the AI Infrastructure Alliance. Learn more in this blog post.
23 February 2021
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We're excited to announce a partnership between Arthur and Algorithmia. Learn how to get started with the Arthur and Algorithmia integration, so you can complete your AI stack.
2 February 2021
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Organizations are spending even more time and resources on model deployment than before, not less. Learn why, and what this means for your 2021 ML strategy.
14 May 2019
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We are extremely thankful for our customers and their trust in us, and we want to share this news with them first and foremost. This funding enables us to double-down on developing the infrastructure to scale and accelerate their machine learning efforts.  We are also thrilled to welcome Norwest Venture...
16 November 2017
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When Google’s Gradient Ventures invested in us, they did so with an understanding that it is incredibly hard to deploy AI/ML infrastructure — and that every dev team is going to need to solve this problem. Our solution, the AI Layer, is the best-in-class architecture.As our co-founder, Kenny...
23 June 2017
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To our users, Today we are excited to announce that Algorithmia has completed a Series A financing of $10.5M led by Google’s new fund focused on AI and machine learning investments with the participation of Madrona Venture Group, Rakuten Ventures, Osage University Partners, and Work-Bench. Financing...
6 April 2017
5 min read
TL;DR The most accurate machine learning systems to date are those that use a “human-in-the-loop” computing paradigm. Though we have seen huge advances in the quality and accuracy of pure machine-driven systems, they tend to fall short of acceptable accuracy rates. The combination of machine-driven...
20 March 2017
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One of the most rewarding parts of working at Algorithmia is that we get to collaborate with amazing university researchers across the globe. Last May, Richard Zhang, Philip Isola, and Alexei A. Efros from the University of Berkeley Vision Lab published their work “Colorful Image Colorization.”...
16 January 2017
4 min read
With over 317 million active users a month, Twitter has become a wealth of data for those trying to understand how people feel about brands, topics, and more. Mining Twitter data for insights is one of the most common natural language processing tasks. At Algorithmia, we allow users to remix different...
28 December 2016
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Dear Friends of Algorithmia, Every year we like to take a small step back and reflect on what we achieved in 2016. Last year we went from private beta to a top Seattle startup. 2016, as we hoped it would be, was a big year for us. We provided more than 30,000 developers with access to over 2,700 algorithmic...