Invisible AI, a leader in state-of-the-art AI solutions for manufacturing, today announced the close of a $15 million Series A funding round, bringing the company's total amount raised to $21 million.Read More
Invisible AI Partners with Toyota to Install Ground-breaking Computer Vision Platform Across North America
Invisible AI, a company building state-of-the-art AI solutions for manufacturing, today announced a partnership with Toyota Motor North America.
How good is Invisible’s AI, really?
Our team shares details about our cutting-edge neural network and its performance in our target domains. Read to learn more about how our core technology layer operates.
Invisible AI CEO, Eric Danziger, appointed to the A3 Vision Strategy Board
A3 Vision has been instrumental in Invisible AI’s growth as a company and has helped reinforce Invisible’s unique views on the changing computer vision landscape.
Invisible AI Welcomes Chris Strawn, as a Strategic Advisor
Invisible AI, the Austin and Michigan-based, venture capital-backed computer vision company, is proud to announce its first strategic advisor: Chris Strawn.
Whirlpool emerges as key partner with statewide Industry 4.0 accelerator
Whirlpool is in talks with a startup called Invisible AI, which was co-founded two years ago by University of Michigan graduate Prateek Sachdeva, who is also Invisible AI’s chief operating officer.
Invisible AI takes home the Best Manu-Tech Company Award at i4.0 Accelerator Pitch Event
Invisible AI won the Best Manu-Tech Company award at a pitch event hosted by the i4.0 Accelerator in Jackson, Michigan. Our co-founder & COO, Prateek Sachdeva, showcased our cutting-edge technology to a panel of manufacturing experts on October 2nd, 2020.
Back to the Present: Leaving the self-driving car in the lab
At Invisible, we believe that AI can prove to be transformational over time but it needs to be deployed in very targeted use cases today in order to flourish. This philosophy has led to our first product — a no-code computer vision solution that can be deployed in 15 minutes.
Invisible AI uses computer vision to help (but hopefully not nag) assembly line workers
Invisible AI is a startup that aims to monitor people doing assembly tasks using computer vision, helping maintain safety and efficiency — without succumbing to the obvious all-seeing-eye pitfalls.