The Innovator names InstaDeep ‘Startup of the week’!

InstaDeep is delighted to feature on The Innovator’s exclusive list of companies driving digital transformation and sustainable AI development. The prestigious ‘Startup of the week’ cites the London-headquartered AI company’s pioneering work with clients including German biotech company BioNTech, French “supermajor” energy company Total and Europe’s largest railway company Deutsche Bahn. 



The online news outlet features promising companies from the world over on a weekly basis, focusing on connecting business with technology and taking a human angle to communicate the thought leadership behind the brand. 

Innovator Founder and Editor Jennifer L. Schenker spoke to InstaDeep Co-founder and CEO Karim Beguir about the company’s unique ability to transform complex AI research into applied industrial applications and world-first products.

Schenker has been covering the technology sector in Europe since 1985 as a correspondent for The Wall Street Journal, TIME, The International Herald Tribune, Red Herring and BusinessWeek. She is also a moderator for the World Economic Forum’s technology panels in Davos.

“We are very proud of our ability to go from research innovation to applying these breakthroughs to industries,” says Karim Beguir, Co-Founder and CEO of InstaDeep. “We are bringing technologies into the real world that deliver powerful insights distributed through the Cloud. This is quite new and not easy to achieve but highly promising for companies.”

The announcement comes hot on the heels of InstaDeep’s recent inclusion on the analyst firm CB Insights’ list “AI 100: The AI Startups Redefining Industries”. 

You can read InstaDeep’s feature in full here. Make sure you also check the full list of previously featured startups! 


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