The list includes Razor Labs, Zebra Medical Vision and Healthy.io – all based in Israel, along with New York-based Lemonade, San Francisco-based Viz.ai and London-based Snyk, all of which have R&D offices in Tel Aviv.
Razor Labs is a young predictive maintenance startup that has provided AI services to mining companies.
Zebra developed a widely used medical imaging insights platform for radiologists.
Healthy.io is a mobile health company turning smartphone cameras into medical devices for purposes such as home urinalysis.
Lemonade has disrupted the homeowners’ and renters’ insurance industry with an AI bot that crafts plans for users.
Viz.ai, recently profiled on ISRAEL21c, uses artificial intelligence to synchronize stroke care and improve access to lifesaving therapies.
Snyk is a software service that helps developers find and fix vulnerabilities in their open source code before it goes into production.
This year’s AI 100 companies are working on solutions across 15 core industries, including healthcare, retail & warehouse, and finance & insurance. The companies in the cohort represent 13 countries.
CB Insights, headquartered in New York, aggregates and analyzes big data and uses machine learning, algorithms and data visualization to help corporations strategize.
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