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About Tempo AI

Tempo AI develops the Tempo Smart Calendar, a learning system built for the calendar. Like a personal assistant, Tempo finds and neatly organizes everything people need to prepare for what's next such as contacts, emails, documents, conference calls, and flight status. It put this information in context of each event so common tasks can be completed in the least taps, saving time and reducing stress. The app's advanced AI and semantic learning machine harness massive quantities of calendar data and complex behavior patterns to create personalized experiences that anticipate needs and complete tasks.

Tempo AI Headquarter Location

333 Ravenswood Ave

Menlo Park, California, 94025,

United States


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Tempo AI Patents

Tempo AI has filed 1 patent.

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Latest Tempo AI News

The Race For AI: Google, Twitter, Intel, Apple In A Rush To Grab Artificial Intelligence Startups

Oct 16, 2016

This column has been curated from CB Insights blog Nearly half of the AI companies acquired since 2011 have had VC backing. Nearly 140 private companies working to advance artificial intelligence technologies have been acquired since 2011, with over 40 acquisitions taking place in 2016 alone (as of 10/7/2016). Corporate giants like Google, IBM, Yahoo, Intel, Apple and Salesforce, are competing in the race to acquire private AI companies, with Samsung emerging as a new entrant this month with its acquisition of startup Viv Labs, which is developing a Siri-like AI assistant. Google has been the most prominent global player, with 11 acquisitions in the category under its belt (follow all of Google’s M&A activity here through our real-time Google acquisitions tracker). In 2013, the corporate giant picked up deep learning and neural network startup DNNresearch from the computer science department at the University of Toronto. This acquisition reportedly helped Google make major upgrades to its image search feature. In 2014 Google acquired British company DeepMind Technologies for some $600M (Google DeepMind’s program recently beat a human world champion in the board game “Go”). This year, it acquired visual search startup Moodstock, and bot platform Intel and Apple are tied for second place. The former acquired 3 startups this year alone: Itseez, Nervana Systems, and Movidius, while Apple acquired Turi and Tuplejump recently. Twitter ranks third, with 4 major acquisitions, the most recent being image-processing startup Magic Pony. Salesforce, which joined the race last year with the acquisition of Tempo AI, has already made two major acquisitions this year: Khosla Ventures-backed MetaMind and open-source machine-learning server PredictionIO. Major Acquirers In Artificial Intelligence Since 2011 Company

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