Deloitte AI Institute Joins Hands With The House Fund To Advance AI

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  • The institute will combine its unique expertise and Deloitte’s depth of applied AI knowledge with The House Fund’s network of Berkeley investors, entrepreneurs and faculty to develop, sustain and catalyze new AI startups and ideas with disruptive potential
  • As part of this collaboration, Deloitte will match promising AI startups in The House Fund portfolio with applicable Deloitte practices in areas such as auto machine learning, visual AI, conversational AI and secure AI

The Deloitte AI Institute, a center that focuses on artificial intelligence (AI) research, eminence and applied innovation across industries has announced its first ecosystem collaboration with early stage and pre-seed venture capital funds, The House Fund at Berkeley. The institute will combine its unique expertise and Deloitte’s depth of applied AI knowledge with The House Fund’s network of Berkeley investors, entrepreneurs and faculty to develop, sustain and catalyze new AI startups and ideas with disruptive potential.

Provide business expertise and partner on thought leadership and research

As part of this collaboration, Deloitte will match promising AI startups in The House Fund portfolio with applicable Deloitte practices in areas such as auto machine learning, visual AI, conversational AI and secure AI. It will also work with the fund and its Berkeley ecosystem of entrepreneurs to provide business expertise and partner on thought leadership and research, with the goal of helping startups reach new audiences and further develop their offerings.

Beena Ammanath, executive director of the Deloitte AI Institute, Deloitte Consulting LLP said, “The Deloitte AI Institute works with organisations that are on the cutting edge of AI innovation to responsibly harness the power of AI to drive positive business outcomes.The House Fund taps a network of world-class AI innovators and academics and is a leader in technology commercialization. By bringing together our collective capabilities and experience, we believe we can collaboratively advance AI in the ‘Age of With,’ a world where humans work side-by-side with machines.”

Cameron Baradar, partner at The House Fund said, “Over the last decade, we’ve seen developments in AI unlock incredible capabilities — but there is still much work to be done to advance the technology and use it responsibly. Working with the Deloitte AI Institute will help us advance research for both our startups and the greater AI community to drive further innovation and solve high-value problems for the enterprise.”

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