Logically Named in the 2023 CB Insights AI 100 List of Most Innovative Artificial Intelligence Startups
21st June, 2023
The tech company has been recognized in the cross-industry applications category for content moderation.
"This year’s AI 100 cohort are developing game changing innovations that meaningfully impact the world around them," said Brian Lee, SVP of CB Insights’ Intelligence Unit. “From healthcare to climate tech, we’ve seen incredibly novel applications of AI, particularly in the generative AI space. Our winners are shaping the future of AI and its possibilities, and as the future unfolds, I cannot wait to see what they accomplish next.”
Lyric Jain, CEO of Logically said “We’re delighted to be included among a host of innovative technology companies that are leveraging AI in a variety of different ways. In our work tackling mis-and disinformation we have been looking at synthetic text detection for some time, although developments this year have undoubtedly made the problem space Logically is tackling more complex. However, when talking about generative AI, many fail to acknowledge the opportunities it poses for tackling mis-and disinformation and how AI and human expertise combined can be leveraged to tackle the threat it presents.
“Overcoming emerging adversarial tech with AI and human expertise has always been baked into our DNA, having led AI development in the mis- and disinformation space for the last five years. We look forward to continually innovating and developing industry-leading AI in order to stay abreast of the challenge at hand”, Lyric concludes.
Utilizing the CB Insights platform, the research team picked these 100 private market vendors from a pool of nearly 9,000 companies, including applicants and nominees. They were chosen based on CB Insights datasets — including R&D activity, proprietary Mosaic scores, business relationships, Yardstiq transcripts, investor profiles, news sentiment analysis, competitive landscape, and team strength — and criteria such as tech novelty and market potential. The research team also reviewed thousands of Analyst Briefings submitted by applicants.