TrademarkVision

TrademarkVision, the world’s first machine learning powered image recognition solution tailored for brand protection, today announced they’ve been recognized as the ‘Best AI Startup’ by The AIconics, the world’s only independently judged awards for practical applications of AI in business.

TrademarkVision have implemented machine learning algorithms to power their proprietary image recognition technology, ultimately helping a computer to recognize objects in an image similar to a human. TrademarkVision has shifted the IP industry from text based labelling to visual search, allowing greater brand protection and creative confidence from the sole owner or designer to the largest of corporations. TrademarkVision already work with the government IP offices of the European Union, Australia and Chile to power their trademark search.

“Everything we focus on is to become the leader in image recognition, and real world applications of our technology. Our corporate and government partnerships allow us to offer our AI powered image recognition to thousands of users around the world every day,” said Cameron Mitchell, COO.

The 2017 Best AI Startup finalists including some of the industry’s heavy weights including; C3 IoT founded by Tom Siebel – a legend in enterprise software. Silicon Valley startup; vcognition, Kindred; a startup aiming to teach any robotic body to perform any task, and lastly; Sparkcognition; which secures & optimizes cyber-physical assets.

“Everything we focus on is to become the leader in image recognition, and real world applications of our technology. Our corporate and government partnerships allow us to offer our AI powered image recognition to thousands of users around the world every day,” said Cameron Mitchell, COO.

With the addition of deep learning models and other machine learning techniques, brands for the first time ever, can use visual search to ensure they are not infringing another company with their new design as well as protect their IP in the future.

TrademarkVision is expanding their technology rapidly, with many new brand protection offerings in development including design patent searching, brand identification, licensing, & other wider brand monitoring services.

The AIconics awards were held in San Francisco on September 28, 2017, featuring more than 300 entries. The panel of independent judges included AI experts from MIT, XPRIZE, General Electric, Bootstrap Labs, the University of Illinois, Zetta Ventures, AI Capital, Tractica, Paw Project for Awesome, and Comet Labs.