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Entefy

Entefy

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Entefy is an artificial intelligence software company founded in 2012.



Entefy has its own intelligence technology, Mimi . Mimi AI’s multimodal machine learning combines computer vision, natural language, audio, and other data intelligence models to work together to generate advanced capabilities and insights.



MimiVision's computer vision technology involves the training of multiple deep networks. The final ensemble of models is optimized and fine-tuned for detecting objects, attributes, and relationships from images and videos.



Entefy's natural language processing (NLP) and natural language understanding (NLU) technologies use deep learning and other machine learning methods to enable cognitive AI that detects meaning and intent in structured and unstructured data. This enables entity recognition, information extraction, intent analysis, and summarization.



For audio purposes, users can make use of audio information embedded in recordings, presentations, videos, and user-generated content. Entefy's cognitive system incorporates multiple machine learning models in computer vision, natural language, audio, time series, and other data intelligence to understand concepts and contexts.

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Alston Ghafourifar

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Brian Walker

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Brienne Ghafourifar

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Daryoush Derakshandeh

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Jack Shahin

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John Galbraith

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Keith Newman

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Kostas Rapantzikos

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Lily Sarafan

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Lynn Koh

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Mehdi Ghafourifar

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Wade Warren

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