Kensho Technologies

Kensho Technologies is a data analytics and machine intelligence company. The company combines natural language search queries, graphical user interfaces, and secure cloud computing to create a new class of analytics tools for investment professionals. It deploys scalable machine learning and analytics systems across the most critical government and commercial institutions to solve analytical problems.

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Parent CompanyS&P Global
HQCambridge, MA, US
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Kensho Technologies was founded in 2013 and is headquartered in Cambridge, MA, US

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Key People/Management at Kensho Technologies

Adam Broun

Adam Broun

Daniel Nadler

Daniel Nadler

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Kensho Technologies Office Locations

Kensho Technologies has offices in Cambridge, New York, Pacific Palisades and Washington
Cambridge, MA, US (HQ)
44 Brattle St
New York, NY, US
One World Trade Center
Pacific Palisades, CA, US
17383 Sunset Blvd
Washington, DC, US
Tysons Corner
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$73.4 m


In total, Kensho Technologies had raised $73.4 m. Kensho Technologies is a subsidiary of S&P Global

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Kensho Technologies Blogs

Why I, a Cisgender Man, Include Pronouns in My Workplace Email Signature

(and in my LinkedIn profile, Zoom and Slack display name, personal email signature, name tags…)But First, What’s in a Pronoun?A personal pronoun is defined by Merriam-Webster as “a pronoun (such as I, you, or they) that expresses a distinction of person.” Rephrased: a personal pronoun is a word we s…

pyctcdecode — A new beam search decoder for CTC speech recognition

pyctcdecode — A new beam search decoder for CTC speech recognitionAt Kensho R&D we develop tools and products for applications in NLP. One of our favorite projects is Scribe, a state-of-the-art financial speech recognition system trained on vast amounts of real-world data, some of which we recen…

Carbon neutral certification just got a whole lot easier

Authors: James Ross and Julian GoetzEvery morning you sit down with your coffee, check the morning news, and stumble across yet another story of how the world needs to act on climate to avoid disaster. You research the issue a little further and find that 196 countries from around the world have com…

SPGISpeech: 5,000 Hours of Fully-Formatted Financial Audio for Speech To Text

Last year we released Scribe, an end-to-end neural speech-to-text (STT) system for financial audio. During training, Scribe leverages a large in-house corpus of professionally transcribed corporate earnings calls. The resulting transcripts are fully formatted according to a publication-quality style…

Making large-scale data systems usable with schema renaming

When working with large, complex datasets, it’s vital to be able to efficiently find the data you need for a given task. Database schemas play a key role in this process by describing the structure of the data involved. However, schemas can often be hard to use for a variety of reasons: mysterious n…

Kensho commits to carbon offset program focused on cloud computing footprint

You may be familiar with the stats about our individual and household carbon footprints in the US. In 2020, America’s CO2 emissions per capita came in at 13.8 tonnes, down significantly from our peak of more than 23 in the early 70s, but nowhere near the 4 tonnes or less per person we need to achiev…

Kensho Technologies Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Kensho Technologies founded?

    Kensho Technologies was founded in 2013.

  • Who are Kensho Technologies key executives?

    Kensho Technologies's key executives are Adam Broun and Daniel Nadler.

  • How many employees does Kensho Technologies have?

    Kensho Technologies has 118 employees.

  • Who are Kensho Technologies competitors?

    Competitors of Kensho Technologies include Skytree, Bloomberg and Yewno.

  • Where is Kensho Technologies headquarters?

    Kensho Technologies headquarters is located at 44 Brattle St, Cambridge.

  • Where are Kensho Technologies offices?

    Kensho Technologies has offices in Cambridge, New York, Pacific Palisades and Washington.

  • How many offices does Kensho Technologies have?

    Kensho Technologies has 4 offices.