MEDIA RELEASE: Brisbane start-up beats tech giant in artificial intelligence awards
Media Release: Brisbane, QLD, 4 October 2017
TrademarkVision won the 2017 AIconics ‘Best AI Start-up’ award, sponsored by NVIDIA, at the San Francisco AI Summit, for leading their field for technology, product market fit and scale-up potential.
The AIconics awards are the world’s largest, independently-judged AI awards, showcasing ground-breaking solutions and celebrating the pioneers driving AI in business. Finalists for the award included industry disruptors, SparkCognition, Kindred, vCongition Technologies and Tom Siebel’s analytics start-up, C3 IoT, recently valued at $1.4 billion.
“This award acknowledges TrademarkVision's hard work to transform industries and deliver real-world solutions for global brand protection.” said Cameron Mitchell, COO.
TrademarkVision has shifted the IP industry from text based labelling to visual search, delivering greater uniformity and protection of IP. With the addition of deep learning models and other machine learning techniques, brands can use visual search to ensure they are not infringing another company with their new design, as well as protect their IP in the future.
“Your brand is your most valuable asset. It is extremely visual and companies need to embrace computer vision & artificial intelligence solutions to protect that intellectual property” Mitchell said.
As well as faster and more accurate trademark searching for law firms and corporates, governments are now using TrademarkVision to help the public with their image searches.
TrademarkVision are expanding their technology rapidly, with many new brand protection offerings in development, including; design patent searching, brand identification, licensing & wider brand monitoring services.
Media contact: Ashleigh Ayers
Marketing Operations | TrademarkVision
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