Twenty Billion Neurons

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Twenty Billion Neurons is an artificial intelligence startup that applies recent breakthroughs in deep learning to real-world video understanding. The Company is developing new technology that allows machines to perceive the world like humans. The technology can analyze video and extract meaning from it in real-time. 

TypePrivate
Founded2015
HQBerlin, DE
Website20bn.com

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Employees (est.) (Jul 2021)14(-17%)
Cybersecurity ratingAMore

Key People/Management at Twenty Billion Neurons

Roland Memisevic

Roland Memisevic

CEO & Chief Scientist
Peter Yianilos

Peter Yianilos

Board Chairman & Advisor
Ingo Bax

Ingo Bax

CTO
Moritz Mueller-Freitag

Moritz Mueller-Freitag

Co-Founder & Managing Director
Mark Todorovich

Mark Todorovich

VP Embedded Systems
Moritz Müller-Freitag

Moritz Müller-Freitag

CSO
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Twenty Billion Neurons Office Locations

Twenty Billion Neurons has offices in Berlin and Toronto
Berlin, DE (HQ)
Chausseestraße 17
Berlin, DE
Stralauer Allee 2
Toronto, CA
310 Spadina Ave #301
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Twenty Billion Neurons Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date

2015

Twenty Billion Neurons total Funding

$12.5 m

Twenty Billion Neurons latest funding size

$10 m

Time since last funding

3 years ago

Twenty Billion Neurons investors

Twenty Billion Neurons's latest funding round in September 2018 was reported to be $10 m. In total, Twenty Billion Neurons has raised $12.5 m
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Twenty Billion Neurons Operating Metrics

Sep, 2018

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2 m
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Twenty Billion Neurons Cybersecurity Score

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Twenty Billion Neurons Online and Social Media Presence

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Putting the skeleton back in the closet

Does action recognition need pose estimation?Pose estimation models have become a commodity and are notably appealing for the visual overlay they can provide; you simply take an image of a person, pass it through a neural network and out pop coordinates of all the body joints. But what if you wanted…

Towards Situated Visual AI via End-to-End Learning on Video Clips

We are excited to announce the public release of 20bn-realtimenet.20bn-realtimenet is an open source inference engine for neural network architectures that take an RGB video stream as input and transform it into a corresponding stream of labels in real-time. Labels may include actions such as day-to…

Rise of (Pragmatic) AI 2018

Demonstrating TwentyBN’s video recognition system to the European tech industrySource: https://riseof.ai/In mid-May, TwentyBN attended the 4th Rise of AI Conference in Berlin. Rise of AI is an annual AI event in Berlin where AI enthusiasts gathers together to share progress, vision and inspiration. …

Making It Rain at ICLR 2018

Showcasing TwentyBN video recognition system to the global AI communityEntrance to ICLR 2018 in Vancouver, CanadaThis spring, TwentyBN visited the scenic and rainy city of Vancouver to attend the International Conference on Learning Representations (ICLR) as a sponsor. In this post, we would like to…

Twenty Billion Neurons Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Twenty Billion Neurons founded?

    Twenty Billion Neurons was founded in 2015.

  • Who are Twenty Billion Neurons key executives?

    Twenty Billion Neurons's key executives are Roland Memisevic, Peter Yianilos and Ingo Bax.

  • How many employees does Twenty Billion Neurons have?

    Twenty Billion Neurons has 14 employees.

  • Who are Twenty Billion Neurons competitors?

    Competitors of Twenty Billion Neurons include Senseye, Doc.ai and Unsupervised.

  • Where is Twenty Billion Neurons headquarters?

    Twenty Billion Neurons headquarters is located at Chausseestraße 17, Berlin.

  • Where are Twenty Billion Neurons offices?

    Twenty Billion Neurons has offices in Berlin and Toronto.

  • How many offices does Twenty Billion Neurons have?

    Twenty Billion Neurons has 3 offices.