Establishes North American Headquarters in Boston Establishes North American Headquarters in Boston (EXAI:IM), the leader in artificial intelligence (AI) for language understanding, continues its global expansion with the opening of a North American headquarters in Boston. The new location enables the company to tap into the area’s vibrant technology ecosystem, which is rapidly becoming a recognized center for AI innovation.

“Establishing Boston as our North American Headquarters positions us to serve its financial services, insurance and technology firms, tap into an incredible talent pool for enterprise software, and distinguish ourselves in the area’s rapidly growing AI community,” said Walt Mayo, CEO of “The Boston office will include key members of the leadership team and the core of its global marketing and growth operations. This complements’s existing presence in the Washington D.C. metropolitan area and sales, service and solutions consulting teams across North America.”  

The Platform

The Platform offers the ability to deploy AI natural language understanding (NLU) in any application and across any domain at scale and with the accuracy required by today’s business world.  It integrates a core language engine that combines knowledge and learning AI approaches with tools to reduce cost and complexity, speed deployment, and serve the enterprise from the data practice to the business user.

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The market opportunity

The explosion in the demand for AI insights and the need to turn the language of business into a data asset is fueling the company’s rapid growth and global expansion.  The company plans to more than double the size of its North American team in the next two years and attract top talent with its growth, recognition as a leader in NLU, and a culture that enables and encourages innovation.

“We are hiring the best people and creating an environment that motivates people to differentiate, innovate and deliver great results for our customers,” added Mayo. Boston has an ideal talent pool that we have already started to tap into and we’re looking forward to adding others who want to turn the promise of AI into the reality of business results for our customers.”

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