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Nebuli Joins NVIDIA Inception Program to Boost Augmented Intelligence Services in New Markets.

Nebuli Joins NVIDIA Inception Program to Boost Augmented Intelligence Services in New Markets

London, U.K. — July 1, 2019 — Nebuli® (The Augmented Intelligence Company™) today announced it has joined the NVIDIA Inception program, which is designed to nurture startups revolutionising industries with advancements in AI and data sciences.

Nebuli is a design and development company that provides a novel, sector-independent cloud-based plug-and-play Augmented Intelligence as a Service (AIaaS) framework across several markets worldwide.

The company’s mission is to help teams of all sizes and in all markets to easily integrate (i.e. “converge”) their existing software tools and data silos in a way that they can work collectively as a unified augmented intelligence ecosystem that better serves them and their customers in a more holistic, relevant and harmonious model.

With Nebuli, customers can augment and extend their decision-making process and creativity with an autonomous “co-worker” model that is qualified with the specialised skills required to do the job compared to other AI offerings. By design, Nebuli customers are never required to perform tedious integration work, replacement of existing software, installation of redundant apps and code libraries, or expensive staff training, ever.

“We are leading the principle of Augmented Intelligence as a Service that helps our enterprise customers augment their existing systems, rather than replacing them with generalist and off-the-shelf AI offerings that do not always fit their needs.”

Tim El-Sheikh, co-founder and CEO of Nebuli.

The NVIDIA Inception program provides Nebuli with the key resources to help deliver on-demand “plug-n-play” Augmented Intelligence services to customers, offering such capabilities as augmented machine learning, deep data mining, blockchain integrations and much more out of the box and with minimal to no disruption or integration challenges for customers. Specifically, Nebuli aim to apply NVIDIA’s resources to power the company’s application of its augmented intelligence model in deep mining of complex images (such as satellite imagery), videos and other complex interactive media.

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NVIDIA’s Inception program is a virtual accelerator program that helps startups during critical stages of product development, prototyping and deployment. Every Inception member gets a custom set of ongoing benefits, from hardware grants and marketing support to training with deep learning experts.

“We want to move away from the legacy models where customers are expected to ask AI services the ‘right questions’ in order for them to work. Instead, Nebuli’s job is to provide our customers and partners with the right answers to all of their questions that need answering, just like their own expert co-worker would do.”

Tim El-Sheikh, co-founder and CEO of Nebuli.

The core aim of Nebuli is not only to democratise and decentralise augmented intelligence, but also to democratise accessibility to the most sophisticated emerging smart technologies to organisations of all sizes and in all markets without any technical limitations.

“We are really excited to join the NVIDIA Inception program as this will help us tackle our highly demanding and data-heavy computing needs to achieve our vision of delivering personalized augmented intelligence on-demand to customers and users alike.”

Tim El-Sheikh, co-founder and CEO of Nebuli.

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About Nebuli 

Influenced by early work in data mining of animal genomes, Nebuli founders created a unique, industry-agnostic service for teams and enterprises that blends science, design, data strategy, ethics, and smart robotics. As the world’s first Augmented Intelligence Studio that applies a “people-first” approach to research and innovation, Nebuli uncovers new methods that replace current command-and-response models with more dynamic, personalised, interactive, exploratory, and versatile user experiences.

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