AI Company Hypergiant to Help Consulting Firm Turn Intellectual Property Into Products

A Texas-based artificial intelligence startup will work with technology consultant giant Booz Allen Hamilton to develop artificial intelligence products for the federal government and commercial companies.The strategic relationship with Hypergiant Industries is designed to capitalize on the skillsets of both companies and develop Booz Allen’s intellectual property archive into new products. They'll initially focus on health technology, fraud monitoring, predicting fake domain names and detecting malware. “We believe it'll help build a bridge between startups like (Hypergiant) and where they excel at commercialization of different A.I. technologies, and our experience in bringing those technologies to the government,” said Josh Elliot, director of artificial intelligence at Booz Allen. Hypergiant has employees in Dallas, Austin and Houston, and also Washington D.C and Seattle. Ben Lamm, a Dallas-based serial entrepreneur, founded the company in February 2018 with the idea to use artificial intelligence and emerging technologies to solve a variety of problems. It has about 185 employees, with 28 in Dallas. Clients include commercial giants Shell and GE, and government clients such as NASA and Homeland Security.   Continue reading...

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