Give me, whose technology helps food service and grocery delivery operators automate merchandising, announced that it has been named one of the top machine learning companies in Georgia by Data Magazine. The rankings were based on four categories, including innovation, growth, management and societal impact. The magazine presented its top picks for the best Georgia-based machine learning companies, noting that “these startups and companies take various approaches to innovating in the machine learning industry, but are all exceptional companies worth the hard to follow”.
“Gimme has been dedicated to investing in and growing our machine learning and AI infrastructure, so to be recognized for this innovation is exciting,” said Cory Hewett, co-founder and CEO of Gimme. “Our plans for 2022 include continued acceleration of our AI progress with tools such as importing supplier receipts from images, out-of-stock detection from visit photos, and suggestions of AI calendar. These and other new tools will expand our use of AI on our platform, increasing the speed at which we process our data. »
Gimme’s technology enables the management of operators of grocery stores, convenience stores, vending machines, micro-markets and office cafes. Gimme’s use of artificial intelligence, computer vision, and machine learning technologies not only impacts its own products and services, but also how the retail industry operates without surveillance. The technology provides machine condition data to help operators focus on cash accounting and inventory tracking to reduce stock-outs, speed up warehousing and replenishment, and streamline product planning. The company’s hardware product, the Gimme Key, is now the #1 wireless DEX adapter for direct store delivery, utilizing Bluetooth Low Energy technology and replacing older, outdated handhelds.