ESPs containing AI Foundation
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Companies in this market generate realistic or cartoon-like avatars as well as “synthetic humans,” AI-based virtual personalities that act and converse like humans online, such as virtual influencers. These avatars and digital humans can be used for customer service purposes, either online or in-store using kiosks, as well as across social media and gaming.
AI Foundation's Products & Differentiation
See AI Foundation's products and how their products differentiate from alternatives and competitors
Custom Digital Human Creation
Holistically, we create the face and voice the persona to be turned into the digital being and train it
When was AI Foundation founded?
AI Foundation was founded in 2017.
Where is AI Foundation's headquarters?
AI Foundation's headquarters is located at 149 New Montgomery, San Francisco.
What is AI Foundation's latest funding round?
AI Foundation's latest funding round is Series B.
How much did AI Foundation raise?
AI Foundation raised a total of $27M.
Who are the investors of AI Foundation?
Investors of AI Foundation include Founders Fund, Biz Stone, The Brandtech Group, Alpha Edison, Mousse Partners and 3 more.
Who are AI Foundation's competitors?
Competitors of AI Foundation include Soul Machines and 7 more.
What products does AI Foundation offer?
AI Foundation's products include Custom Digital Human Creation.
Who are AI Foundation's customers?
Customers of AI Foundation include UNLV - University Nevada Las Vegas.
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