M:Tech Talks are a series of conversations with entrepreneurs, founders and influencers in the tech start-up world.
The agile nature of start-up businesses can be a blessing and a curse, particularly when faced with a global crisis such as COVID-19. Through a series of podcasts hosted by Partner and M:Tech lead Andrew Wolfin and featuring the founders of the companies on our M:Tech programme, we will explore how they have confronted these challenges and discuss their strategies for the future.
In the fourth episode, we hear from Camille Rougié, Co-Founder and CEO of AI start up Plural AI, who tells us how she built an AI start up to automate the frustrations she felt during her previous career in the finance industry. The lockdown period has enabled Plural to strategically focus on product development to ensure their offering is still relevant in the new world; and leverage the lower barrier to entry for trialling new emerging technologies which can help redefine the tools to better facilitate the discovery of information.
Plural AI is an AI startup building a knowledge engine for the finance industry. The knowledge engine converts and refines raw material data into useful and actionable knowledge for market use.