11/08/2021 by Preligens
Today during the France is AI event, organised by France Digitale, at Station F. The mapping of the French AI ecosystem was unveiled. Preligens is proud to have been mapped in this ecosystem, it shows how much the AI sector in France, and Preligens is growing.
France Digitale also compiled a list of the 10 "most quoted and admired" startups in the AI community, we are very happy to be mentioned in this list.
France Digitale unveils, on the occasion of France is AI, an exclusive mapping of 502 French startups specialised in artificial intelligence.
The mapping for the year 2021 shows the strong growth of AI in the French economy. Whether in healthcare, finance, agriculture, energy or robotics, AI startups continue to diversify their sectors of activity as well as their uses and technologies.
With 502 startups selected this year, a total of 1,000 startups were scrutinised by the committee of experts set up by France Digitale. Their challenge: to identify the companies that put AI at the heart of their activity.
As AI is evolving at high speed, this edition proposes to highlight French startups and facilitate the understanding of their activity. To facilitate the use of this mapping, it is possible to search the database by key uses (training a model, analysing text or images, etc.), by leading technologies used (artificial neural network, time series analysis, etc.) or by main application sectors (Biotech, Industry, AgriTech, etc.).
France Digitale is making an infographic available to all, along with a list that can be consulted online. The association hopes to facilitate the readability of the French AI offer.
The objective: to increase the formation of technological consortiums with startups, the creation of new co-innovation partnerships and fill the order books of technological nuggets.
Founded in 2012, France Digitale brings together nearly 1,800 French digital startups and investors and aims to "create European digital champions". The association is co-chaired by Frédéric Mazzella, Chairman and founder of BlablaCar, and Benoist Grossmann, CEO of Eurazeo Investment Manager.