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About Turing

Turing operates as a data-science-driven deep-vetting platform. It offers a artificial intelligence (AI) platform to hire and manage remote developers, tech leads, and other resources as per client requirements. The company was founded in 2018 and is based in Palo Alto, California.

Headquarters Location

1900 Embarcadero Road Suite 104

Palo Alto, California, 94303,

United States




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Turing is included in 2 Expert Collections, including HR Tech.


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The HR tech collection includes software vendors that enable companies to develop, hire, manage, and pay their workforces. Focus areas include benefits, compensation, engagement, EORs & PEOs, HRIS & HRMS, learning & development, payroll, talent acquisition, and talent management.


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Turing Patents

Turing has filed 21 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • quantum computing
  • quantum information science
  • quantum mechanics
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Latest Turing News

Montreal research hub spearheads global AI ethics debate

Dec 4, 2023

5:30 PM MYT Bengio (pic) – who in 2018 shared with Hinton and LeCun the Turing Award for their work on deep learning – says he is worried about the technology leapfrogging human intelligence and capabilities in the not-too-distant future. — AFP MONTREAL: Rapid developments in artificial intelligence – and recent turmoil at industry powerhouse OpenAI – have brought fresh attention to a key hub of ethics research related to the technology in Montreal, led by Canadian “godfather of AI” Yoshua Bengio. Bengio – who in 2018 shared with Geoffrey Hinton and Yann LeCun the Turing Award for their work on deep learning – says he is worried about the technology leapfrogging human intelligence and capabilities in the not-too-distant future. Speaking to AFP at his home in Montreal, the professor warned that AI developments are moving at breakneck speed and risked “creating a new species capable of making decisions that harm or even endanger humans”. OpenAI's recent dismissal and then rehiring a few days later of chief executive Sam Altman – who has been accused of downplaying risks in his push to advance its ChatGPT bot – illustrates some of the turmoil in the startup sector and fierce competition in the race to commercialise generative AI. For some time, Bengio has been warning about companies moving too fast without guardrails, “potentially at the public’s expense.” It is essential, he said, to have “rules that’ll be followed by all companies”. At a world-first AI summit in Britain in early November, Bengio was tasked with leading a team producing an inaugural report on AI safety. The aim is to set priorities to inform future work on the security of the cutting-edge technology. Society and AI The renowned AI academic has brought together a “critical mass of AI researchers” (1,000+) through his Mila research institute, located in a former working-class neighbourhood of Montreal. His neighbours include AI research facilities of American tech giants Microsoft, Meta, IBM and Google. “This concentration of experts in artificial intelligence, which is greater than anywhere else in the world,” is what attracted Google, says Hugo Larochelle, the hoodie-wearing scientific director of the Silicon Valley giant’s AI subsidiary Deepmind. Early on, these researchers began thinking about the future of AI, and consultations with the public and researchers from all disciplines led in 2018 to a global AI charter called the Montreal Declaration for a Responsible Development of Artificial Intelligence. “We knew early on that the scientific community needed to think about the integration of AI into society,” explained Guillaume Macaux, vice-president of OBVIA, an international observatory studying the social impacts of AI. Its 220 researchers advise government policies and raise public awareness of the possible positive effects and negative impacts of this cutting-edge technology. Art ‘demystifying AI’ Artists too are playing a part in “demystifying AI”, says Sandra Rodriguez, who splits her time making art in Montreal and teaching digital media at the prestigious Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in the United States. She showed off to AFP her latest art installation. Entering a breathtaking futuristic world via a virtual reality (VR) headset, the public is able to converse with a bot inspired by American linguist Noam Chomsky. Voice and text answers to queries appear simultaneously. With the touch of a finger, lists of alternative responses considered by the AI with their associated percentage gradient pop up. “You quickly realise that it’s actually just an algorithm,” said Rodriguez. “Montreal is a fantastic playground” for exploring the potential and limits of artificial intelligence, as well as “debating (related) ethical and societal issues”, she told AFP. According to Rodriguez, art becomes “necessary more than ever” to invite “a wider public to ask questions about the issues of artificial intelligence which will affect them tomorrow”. – AFP Related stories:

Turing Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Turing founded?

    Turing was founded in 2018.

  • Where is Turing's headquarters?

    Turing's headquarters is located at 1900 Embarcadero Road, Palo Alto.

  • What is Turing's latest funding round?

    Turing's latest funding round is Unattributed VC.

  • How much did Turing raise?

    Turing raised a total of $214.7M.

  • Who are the investors of Turing?

    Investors of Turing include Foundation Capital, Dhuna Ventures, Frontier Ventures, Plug and Play Ventures, WestBridge Capital and 92 more.

  • Who are Turing's competitors?

    Competitors of Turing include Betterleap, DataRobot, Temporal, Normal Computing, Squadio and 7 more.


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