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In this week’s #DataTalk, we chat with Slater Victoroff, Founder and CTO of Indico Data, about making STEM more accessible to all. Slater talks with us about his career journey leading up to starting a tech company, he talks about intuitive machine learning techniques being used at Indico, and how organizations can contribute to making the STEM field more inclusive to underserved communities.
Video Highlights from the Conversation:
Slater Victoroff is the Founder and CTO of Indico Data, an enterprise AI solution for unstructured content that emphasizes document understanding.
Slater has been building machine learning solutions for startups, governments, and Fortune 100 companies for the past seven years and is a frequent speaker at AI conferences.
Indico’s framework requires 1000x less data than traditional machine learning techniques, and they regularly beat the likes of AWS, Google, Microsoft, and IBM in head-to-head bake-offs.
Indico recently announced a $22 million Series B raise.