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Last quarter we saw that Artificial Intelligence (AI) funding grew exponentially in 2017. This quarter we are going one level deeper on our AI research platform to examine its funding by round. From our analysis we can conclude that the AI sector is maturing.
Our sector maps are snapshots of emerging technology sectors. They show what the different categories in a sector are and how many startups are within each category. They also present a small sampling of the current startups that are innovating in each category.
The Artificial Intelligence (AI) sector saw exponential growth in last year’s funding. Does its exit activity trend correspond with the growth in funding? On our AI research platform, we have analyzed the data through 2017 and can conclude that AI exit activity is also seeing very robust growth over time.
As we previously noted, interest in AI has exploded. Its applications can be found in virtually every industry from marketing to healthcare to finance. On our AI research platform, we have classified the companies in the sector into functional categories. This blog post aims to examine these categories and how they compare with one another through a series of graphics.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology startups seem to be in the news all the time. Is that hype, or are AI startups truly seeing major interest from investors? Using our research platform, we can conclude that interest in AI absolutely exploded in 2017.
Here is our Q4 2017 summary report on the AI startup sector. The following report includes an overview, recent activity, and a category deep dive.
The following graph shows average and median age in the Artificial Intelligence sector. The graphic includes data through July 2017.
The analyses below summarize where Artificial Intelligence (AI) innovations are occurring. The graphics includes data through July 2017.
The following graph shows the founding year distribution in the Artificial Intelligence sector. The graphic includes data through July 2017.
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