Started in San Francisco and expanded to offices across the world, Loop AI Group is radically changing how enterprises turn their workflows and data into business value, in any language
We envision a world where cognitive services and products will transform our workplaces and personal lives—automating the mundane, anticipating relevant information and connections, and allowing more time for leisure and creativity.
Founded in 2012, Loop AI Group’ scientific and engineering team has a rich history of experience in researching and implementing artificial intelligence in organizations such as the Artificial Intelligence Center at SRI International (founded as Stanford Research Institute) and Stanford's Computational Semantics Lab, including participation in the $200M DARPA CALO project (Cognitive Assistant that Learns and Organizes), the largest government-funded artificial intelligence project in history. SRI pioneered innovative products, including the computer mouse, the Internet, high-definition television, and spun-off successful companies such as Intuitive Surgical, Nuance Communications, Orchid Cellmark, Siri (acquired by Apple) and Tempo AI (acquired by salesforce.com).
Currently, Loop AI Group is one of the few vendors recognized in the cognitive computing industry market. It is the only provider to offer a fully unsupervised integrated (hardware and software) cognitive platform called Loop Q that is capable of learning and reasoning in any language or enterprise lingo: This way, Loop Q enables the development of cognitive robots that augment or automate human workflows—and entire human teams.