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Fast Company Names Credo AI One of the Next Big Things In Tech

Navrina Singh
Founder & CEO
November 17, 2022
11/17/2022
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Today, I am thrilled to announce that Credo AI has been named by Fast Company as one of the 2022 Next Big Things in Tech – a prestigious award honoring the most innovative technologies that promise to shape industries, serve as catalysts for further innovation, and drive positive change to society within the next five years.

This year's edition of Next Big Things in Tech awarded 83 technologies developed by enterprises, startups, and research teams for their cutting-edge advancements and potential to impact consumers, businesses, and society. 

Although these initiatives vary greatly in their industry of impact—from agriculture and the environment to productivity and artificial intelligence—and their scope—from small-but-vital projects to large industry-shifting advances—they all share the same goal: to build a better tomorrow.

Recognition from Fast Company is a true testament to our team's product and policy expertise, our mission to empower every organization in the world to create AI with the highest ethical standards, and our outstanding software platform that identifies and manages risk issues such as bias and discrimination, robustness, and transparency that come with building, deploying and managing AI and ML projects.

There is much work ahead to create the ethical future we shared in our Manifesto. Nevertheless, we look forward to bringing new innovations to our context-first AI Governance platform and Responsible AI tools, while aligning on meaningful policies and standards in the industry. We are also excited about partnering with the policy ecosystem and continuing our work building a leading community of changemakers to bring meaningful action to operationalizing Responsible AI—a complex but critical endeavor of our times.

I would like to thank my team, customers, partners, and investors who believed in our vision and have joined us on our path to creating a better and more equitable future for AI. We couldn’t have done it without you! 

🚀 Our journey has just begun and we are confident that the best is yet to come! 

View the full list of Fast Company Next Big Things in Tech honorees here.

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