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indico turns raw text and image data into human insights. We’re lowering the barriers to the development, integration, and customization of machine learning algorithms by providing developer-friendly tools and APIs for building smarter software. We’re also dedicated to supporting our community with meaningful research and educational content. Today, machine learning requires a team of PhDs. indico dreams of a world where machine learning is so widespread, seamless, and human-friendly, it no longer seems like technology. ... Show more
TypePrivate
Founded2013
HQBoston, US
Websiteindico.io
Employee Ratings5

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Employees (est.) (Feb 2019)29(+16%)

Key People/Management at indico

Tom Wilde

Tom Wilde

CEO
Scott Money

Scott Money

VP of Engineering
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indico Office Locations

indico has an office in Boston
Boston, US (HQ)
202 129 South St
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indico Financials and Metrics

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indico's latest funding round in January 2018 was reported to be $4 m. In total, indico has raised $9.9 m
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Osage Venture Partners leads seed round for Indico

Boston-based Indico, a provider of enterprise machine learning solutions for unstructured content, has secured $4 million in seed funding. Osage Venture Partners led the round with previous backers .406 Ventures, Boston Seed and Hyperplane.
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indico Blogs

Should we remove duplicates from a data-set while training a Machine Learning algorithm (shallow and/or deep methods)?

  It…depends. Mostly it depends on what your goals are and what your dataset looks like. There are two big […] The post Should we remove duplicates from a data-set while training a Machine Learning algorithm (shallow and/or deep methods)? appeared first on Indico.

5 Predictions for AI & Intelligent Process Automation in 2019

  As we close out 2018 here are 5 predictions on where AI is headed in the new year. #1: AI/Data […] The post 5 Predictions for AI & Intelligent Process Automation in 2019 appeared first on Indico.

Indico 2018 Year in Review

  Well it’s that time of year – time to take a look back and a look forward, at an […] The post Indico 2018 Year in Review appeared first on Indico.

MassTLC Enterprise AI Workshop: Getting to AI ROI

Last week, our friends at MassTLC, held an Enterprise AI Workshop led by indico CTO Slater Victoroff. The session focused […] The post MassTLC Enterprise AI Workshop: Getting to AI ROI appeared first on Indico.

Enterprise AI and the Paradox of Accuracy

As more organizations begin to experiment with AI in their internal operations, an interesting paradox is developing. The best way […] The post Enterprise AI and the Paradox of Accuracy appeared first on Indico.

Small Data for Big Problems: Practical Transfer Learning for NLPwdxefcqufszuzezftuxetqsqxt

  Yesterday, Indico’s CTO Slater Victoroff held a webinar to discusses modern transfer learning techniques for NLP to help you […] The post Small Data for Big Problems: Practical Transfer Learning for NLP appeared first on Indico.
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indico Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was indico founded?

    indico was founded in 2013.

  • Who are indico key executives?

    indico's key executives are Tom Wilde and Scott Money.

  • How many employees does indico have?

    indico has 29 employees.

  • Who are indico competitors?

    Competitors of indico include Analytical Flavor Systems, Vicarious and The Earnest Research Company.

  • Where is indico headquarters?

    indico headquarters is located at 202 129 South St, Boston.

  • Where are indico offices?

    indico has an office in Boston.

  • How many offices does indico have?

    indico has 1 office.