Snips wants to make connected objects smarter

by bold-lichterman

Rand Hindi holds a doctorate in bioinformatics from the University of London. He is one of the French specialists inopen data and co-founded Snips in 2013 with the credo of predicting how a person and his environment interact. The goal is to find solutions to everyday problems using data and artificial intelligence. The start-up had for example developed Tranquilien, an application allowing to know the frequentation of metro and RER trains in the Paris region.

Snips is now moving towards the creation of artificial intelligence for smartphones. The technology is designed to then be adaptable to other terminals. “The potential market is that of all connected objects” explains Rand Hindi.

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