Moscow, the center of innovation and technology in Russia, is home to a number of machine learning industry leaders. These innovative companies are not just leading the way in Russia, but also marking Russia’s place on the global tech stage. For instance, some of the hottest emerging tech companies in the world, specialising in areas such as artificial intelligence (AI), facial recognition, and natural language processing, are headquartered in Moscow. Let’s take a closer look at these companies, and how they are applying next-gen machine learning technologies in various fields.
Founded by Artem Kukharenko in 2015, NTechLab uses advanced machine learning, artificial neural network and AI techniques to develop facial recognition software intended to make the world a safer place. The company made its mark in the industry in 2015, when it won the MegaFace benchmark against Google, Facebook and other tech leaders in facial recognition technology. You can follow them on their Facebook page and on LinkedIn.
Founded by Aleksey Hahunov, Dima Dewinn, Dmitry Matskevich, and Ivan Harshunou, Dbrain provides a full-stack solution for document data extraction by merging AI with human-in-the-loop. The company claims that its machine learning platform achieves super-human accuracy by utilizing a humans-in-the-loop component on top of AI algorithms. They are reachable through their Facebook page, Twitter and LinkedIn.
Akeso is a health-tech startup founded by Polina Beresneva, focused on analyzing medical data using machine learning. They unite data from the medical information systems of clinics and hospitals and conduct studies of real clinical practice for pharmaceutical, insurance companies and medical organizations. They can be found on their Facebook page.
Geosplit, founded by Marina Belova, Tatiana Guryanova, and Vasily Belov, is an innovative oilfield service company. They apply quantum dots marker-reporters and machine learning algorithms to diagnose and monitor horizontal well inflows in the oil and gas industry. They can be found on LinkedIn.
Founded by Alexander Vorontsov and Ilia Pavlenkov, Jetlex is a program based on AI for automatic extraction of data from documents. The company uses AI to reduce the time of manual entry for up to ten times. They are on LinkedIn.
Under the leadership of founder Igor Ashmanov, Nanosemantics Lab is Russia’s leading artificial intelligence technology developer. They provide artificially intelligent chatbots capable of imitating human speech to provide efficient client service solutions. You can connect with them on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.
Founded by Dmitry Smirnov, Sergey Maltsev, and Tigran Shahverdyan, RoboCV develops intelligent autopilot systems designed to automate floor movements for pallet goods at warehouses. Tune in to their updates on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.
Yurrobot is a company that gives organizations, magistrates, and bailiffs the ability to automate their activities to work with receivables using machine learning and artificial intelligence. Connect with them on Facebook and Twitter.
AutoFAQ is an AI-powered knowledge base service for employee and customer support via digital communication channels. Founded by Denis Kiselev and Vlad Belyaev, AutoFAQ helps its clients to handle up to 3 times more tickets without scaling a workforce.
Finally, CERA is an AI-based Retail analytics platform founded by Sergey Zakharov. Based on AI and computer vision algorithms, CERA helps retail businesses to automate business processes.
Each of these Moscow-based companies is making its own unique contributions to the rapidly evolving world of machine learning, providing invaluable insights and tools that will undoubtedly continue to shape the industry’s future.