Victoria-based Revela Systems and Vancouver-based Kindworks.AI to Selected for Next Canada's 'Next AI' AcceleratorTuesday, May 9, 2023
Vancouver, BC, May 9, 2023--(T-Net)--Next Canada, a not-for-profit organization that develops programming to foster entrepreneurship, develops talent to create world-class ventures and propel technology adoption, announced that Revela Systems and Kindworks.AI have been selected among 94 founders to participate in this year's NEXT AI accelerator program.
Victoria, BC-based Revela Systems is an MLOps company dedicated to empowering ML teams to create high quality, future proof data solutions. They help organizations' leaders make better decisions faster, consistently, and with confidence.
Revela provides ML tooling which allows teams to rapidly identify and act on data quality issues with their deployed models. Their monitoring solution understands the patterns in your data in order to detect meaningful errors and anomalies. This service reduces the hard cost of managing ML models in deployment and allows organizations to focus their data science investments on strategic work such as developing new models.
Vancouver-based KindWorks.AI has developed a platform designed to enable and encourage Kindness habits for billions. Workplaces struggle with employee engagement, connection, and maintaining high-performing teams. Kindness is proven to solve the root causes of these challenges and to ignite more connected, purposeful, and impactful cultures.
The company's AI agent, 'Beni', connects through communication tools like Slack, WhatsApp, and Teams to enable and encourage Kindness, all grounded in its scientifically proven benefits. Kindness has been proven many times over to increase happiness, life satisfaction, job satisfaction, connectedness to others and sense of purpose and belonging. Join us as we test how far the benefits of Kindness can reach.
Revela Systems and Kindworks.AI will now gain the following benefits for participating:
Who is Next AI?
Next AI says it works to identify the top early-stage teams developing ambitious AI-powered solutions, and then provide them with mentorship, education and over $1M in deals and perks from partner vendors to have a global impact.
Access to capital investments of up to $100k in funding is available through an external fund that supports the most promising Next AI ventures.
Next AI is a Canada-wide program. Ventures can participate in their program from their Montreal or Toronto hubs, and remotely from any other province.
This year's Next AI cohort boasts 94 founders leading 44 ventures across a diverse range of industries, including Life Sciences & Advanced Health, Enterprise Software, Art, Digital Media & Telecommunications, Financial Services, Advanced Materials & Manufacturing, Retail Consumer, Human Resources, Clean Tech, E-commerce, Security, Mining, Oil & Gas, Transportation, Tourism, Culture & Entertainment, and Proptech.
About NEXT Canada
NEXT Canada is a national, non-profit organization that develops exceptional talent to create world-class ventures and propel technology adoption.
Founded in 2010 as The Next 36 by a group of pioneering business leaders and academics, NEXT Canada is today a leader in the delivery of cutting-edge programming designed to foster lifelong entrepreneurship in three streams: NextAI, Next 36 and Next Founders.
Our programs, delivered through meaningful partnerships between government and the private sector, strengthen the foundations of Canada's current and future health and prosperity. NEXT Canada is supported by generous donors and partners including RBC, Scotiabank, the Weston Family Foundation, EY, Scale AI, Hatch, BDC, Magna, Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt and Air Canada.
NEXT Canada has directly impacted over 700 alumni who have built companies including, Bridgit, Deep Learni.ng, Kira Talent, Nymi and Thalmic Labs. These alumni have created over 3,000 jobs and raised over $1BN in capital. For more information, please visit: www.nextcanada.com
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