Feb 11, 2019

Spatial.ai Joins NVIDIA Inception Program for AI Startups

Cincinnati, Ohio—February 11, 2019—Spatial.ai today announced it has joined the NVIDIA Inception program, which is designed to nurture startups revolutionizing industries with advancements in AI and data sciences.


Spatial.ai is a core technology that organizes billions of social conversations into 70+ actionable segments revealing the personalities, attitudes, and interests of communities down to the block level. The company’s clients in retail, real estate, and CPG are using Spatial’s “GeoSocial” data to map and predict demand for retailers or products at a given location.


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The NVIDIA Inception program will benefit Spatial.ai by providing leading-edge resources in artificial intelligence, deep learning, and data science, while also offering access to a global network of deep learning experts.


“We’re thrilled to join the select list of startups in the NVIDIA Inception program. This supports our vision of bringing the quantified human-voice to all location decisions,” said Lyden Foust, co-founder and CEO of Spatial.ai. “The collaboration with NVIDIA will support our team’s drive to push the limits of human understanding, quantifying community personality, and revealing the bottom-line impact on revenue.”


NVIDIA’s Inception program is a virtual accelerator program that helps startups during critical stages of product development, prototyping, and deployment. Every Inception member gets a custom set of ongoing benefits, from hardware grants and marketing support to training with deep learning experts.



Spatial.ai categorizes billions of location-based conversations from social networks to build actionable customer segments. Companies like Ford, SiteZeus, Intalytics, and Payless, all use GeoSocial data to predict demand, select locations and uncover the human-driven data that has a bottom line impact on their business. Spatial.ai is backed by Serra Ventures, M25, and Techstars. They have won multiple awards in machine learning and artificial intelligence from Google, and Fortune.


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Contact about this news:

Spatial Labs Inc.

Lyden Foust


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