The Digital Health 150 is CB Insights' annual ranking of the 150 most promising digital health startups in the world. This year's winning companies include startups working on interoperability, at-home care, emerging benefits, and more. CB Insights' second annual Digital Health 150 finalists include digital health startups from 18 countries that are reimagining the lines of the traditional healthcare experience across 12 overarching categories. Using the CB Insights platform, our research team picked these 150 companies out of nearly 8K startups, based on several factors including patent activity, business relations, investor profile, news sentiment analysis, proprietary Mosaic scores, market potential, competitive landscape, team strength, and tech novelty. Several of the winners will be presenting at our upcoming fully virtual Future of Health Conference (Sept.
CB Insights' third annual cohort of AI 100 startups is a list of 100 of the most promising private companies providing hardware and data infrastructure for AI applications, optimizing machine learning workflows, and applying AI across a variety of major industries. Get an excel file with the entire AI 100 list including each company's total funding, focus area and more. Our research team selected the 100 startups from a pool of 3K companies based on several factors, including patent activity, investor profile, news sentiment analysis, proprietary Mosaic scores, market potential, partnerships, competitive landscape, team strength, and tech novelty. Startups are categorized by their main focus areas. Categories in the market map below are not mutually exclusive.
The financial services industry continues to attract tech companies that transform how people and businesses spend, save, borrow, invest, and more. From capital markets to insurance and digital banking to wealth management, the Fintech 250 are among the most promising of these companies globally. CB Insights has unveiled the third annual Fintech 250 -- a list of 250 of the top private fintech companies using technology to transform financial services. The 2020 Fintech 250 cohort has raised approximately $49.2B in aggregate funding across nearly 900 deals since 2015, and includes startups at different investment stages of development, from early-stage companies to well-funded unicorns. The companies were selected by CB Insights' Intelligence Unit from a pool of 16,000 companies, including applicants and nominees.
The most promising 150 private digital health startups working to transform the healthcare industry with new models of primary care to emerging tech solutions for providers. CB Insights' first ever annual cohort of Digital Health 150 startups is a list of 150 of the most promising private companies creating innovative products and services in the $5T healthcare industry, according to CB Insights' Industry Analyst Consensus. Our research team selected the 150 startups from a pool of 5K companies based on several factors, including patent activity, investor profile, news sentiment analysis, proprietary Mosaic scores, market potential, partnerships, competitive landscape, team strength, and tech novelty. For the purposes of this report, digital health is defined as companies in the healthcare space that use technology/software as a key differentiator from their competition. This includes everything from disease diagnostics to tech-driven health insurance platforms to AI tools for drug discovery, and more.
CognitiveScale's unique augmented intelligence software and industry-specific AI for financial services, healthcare, and digital commerce markets earned the company recognition in the Cross-Industry category. "This year's list was culled from 1000 applications and looks even more impressive," said Anand Sanwal, CEO, CB Insights. "These are companies using artificial intelligence in industries from drug discovery and cybersecurity to robotics and legal tech. I'm happy that CB Insights is able to shine a light on the founders and companies that will revolutionize these industries and look forward to seeing what they do in 2018 and beyond." "While most artificial intelligence approaches focus on replacing humans, our mission at CognitiveScale is to deliver breakthrough business outcomes by the pairing of people and machines," said Akshay Sabhikhi, CEO, CognitiveScale.