Turing takes Machine Learning Honors in the Business Intelligence Group’s 2022 Artificial Intelligence Excellence Awards
PALO ALTO, Calif., Mar. 24, 2022 — Turing.com, an Intelligent Talent Cloud that lets companies hire Silicon Valley-caliber, remote developers at the touch of a button, won the prestigious Machine Learning Award in the ‘Organization’ category in the Artificial Intelligence Excellence Awards Program 2022.
The Business Intelligence Group conducted the program to recognize organizations, products, and people who bring Artificial Intelligence (AI) to life and apply it to solve real problems. The program gave out awards for excellence in one of the four major types of AI, including Reactive Machines, Limited Memory, Theory of Mind, and Self-Awareness. In addition, under the ‘Organization’ category, the program awarded companies whose collective performance drove the entire group to exceed the sum of individual efforts.
“This recognition is significant for us because we are on a mission to help companies unleash the world’s untapped human potential using AI. Today, every company is racing to find the best remote engineers. But remote is hard. How do you build a global pipeline to find great people and vet remote candidates without sucking up your engineering team’s time? How do you make remote development easy, compliant, and secure? Solving these complex challenges is where Turing comes in. Turing helps companies spin up their engineering dream teams in the cloud in just 3-5 days. We plan on leveraging AI and ML to the best of their potential in the future,” said Vijay Krishnan, CTO, and Co-Founder of Turing.
The Business Intelligence Group aims to recognize exceptional talent and superior innovation in the business world. Subsequently, several business executives with relevant experience and knowledge judge the business award program. The program measures performance across multiple business domains and rewards organizations whose achievements rank above their peers.
Turing.com is an automated platform that lets companies “push a button” to hire and manage remote developers.
Turing’s mission is to help every remote-first technology company spin up its engineering dream team in the cloud while democratizing career opportunities for software developers across the globe.
Turing’s investors include WestBridge Capital, Foundation Capital, StepStone Group, Adam D’Angelo, Facebook’s first CTO & CEO of Quora; Gokul Rajaram; Cyan Banister; Beerud Sheth, founder of Upwork; Jeff Morris Jr.; as well as executives from Google, Facebook, Twitter, Microsoft, and Amazon.
TechCrunch, Forbes, The Information, Fast Company, Entrepreneur, and other major media outlets have profiled Turing.
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