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Inception, NVIDIA’s Startup Incubator, At TensorFlow World 2019

This year at TensorFlow World, startups within NVIDIA’s startup incubator, Inception, will showcase their latest AI-based applications, accelerated by NVIDIA GPUs, and running on the TensorFlow deep learning framework.

Here is a spotlight of three Inception startups exhibiting this year:

Israel-based has just released a new application that allows data scientists and developers to build production-ready ML pipelines that can be retrained automatically based on new data, model decay, and custom user alerts. The startup’s new “Continual Learning” feature advances machine learning pipelines by closing the feedback loop, ensuring high performing models in production and enterprise scalability, and will be on display at their booth. This will run on NVIDIA DGX systems.

You can learn more about at TensorFlow world at booth #701.

Determind AI

San Francisco-based startup Determind AI will be live-demonstrating several major enhancements to its product offering at TensorFlow world including: distributed training, state-of-the-art hyperparameter optimization and architecture search, elastic AI infrastructure, and first class cloud GPU-backed notebooks and TensorBoard integration.

You can learn more about Determind AI at TensorFlow world at booth #601.


Stockholm-based PerceptiLabs is focused on making machine learning easy by giving it a drag and drop interface. An Inception member since 2017, PerceptiLabs has created a flexible machine learning platform that gives developers full transparency into the process of machine learning models’ development.

After over 2 years of development and 1 year of alpha testing with developers from companies such as Google and Red Hat, the company is launching their open beta at TensorFlow World, PerceptiLabs said. This beta release can run on local GPUs/on-premise or on-cloud NVIDIA GPUs.

You can learn more about PerceptiLabs at TensorFlow world at booth #211.

The NVIDIA Inception Program nurtures cutting-edge AI startups who are revolutionizing industries. This virtual accelerator offers go-to-market support, expertise, and technology for program members through deep learning training, exclusive Inception events, GPU discounts, and more. To learn more about NVIDIA’s Inception program – visit

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