Seven NSW startups will learn from global innovation experts in Tel Aviv, as part of a joint program hosted in one of the world’s most advanced innovation hubs.
Federal Trade, Tourism and Investment Minister Steven Ciobo, and NSW Minister for Innovation Matt Kean on Friday announced the Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning startups that will attend the intensive, 10-day program at Austrade’s Israel Landing Pad from 9-19 July.
“Tel Aviv has one of the highest startup densities in the world – an impressive array of foreign investors and venture capitalists, with broad specialist knowledge in cyber security and IT infrastructure,” said Minister Ciobo.
The selected startups have developed a range of solutions to business problems. This marks the third year the NSW Government has partnered with Austrade’s Landing Pad program.
The participating startups include:
Their primary product – LISA (Linguistic Interpretive Semantic Analysis) – uses AI to record and analyse calls with customers and generate customer profiles and insights.
GorillaStack helps customers automate responses to different events for benefits across cost-optimisation, disaster recovery, security, compliance and best practices.
With the view that data is meaningless without the knowledge behind it, KADA uses the latest graph and machine learning technologies to capture, share and scale knowledge about data across teams of data analysts.
Metigy is an AI-driven strategy decision support solution for small- to medium- enterprise marketers, who generally struggle to run eﬀective social marketing programs at scale and in real-time.
Nod is an artificial intelligence platform that writes advice documents for experts in real-time, having learnt from those previously completed using natural language processing and machine learning technologies.
Pascal is a natural language generation software platform that generates human sounding automated insights using AI and machine learning.
Offers scientifically-proven solutions to compelling agricultural problems using remote sensing technologies and data collected from drones and satellite platforms.