Seoul, South Korea, October 7, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Crowdworks (CEO Park min.-woo), Korea’s leading artificial intelligence (AI) training data platform company, will exhibit its new data annotation platform – Workstage – at the 2022 Dubai Information and Communication Exhibition (GITEX Global 2022 ).
Built with over a hundred patented technologies, Workstage holds and uses 5 years of accumulated behavioral data from 400,000 crowd workers, and is designed to maximize data annotation work productivity by 5 times – compared to an in-house approach .
So far, Crowdworks has been named a sample vendor in the 2022 Gartner Hype Round for Data Science and Machine Learning 2022, completed its first US patent filing this year, and started appearing on the world stage under its global brand – Workstage.
Crowdworks is actively expanding its global influence, including the MENA region (the Middle East and Africa). Park min.-woo, the CEO says, “As competition in the domestic and global data labeling market intensifies, ensuring technology-driven competitiveness is critical. As we have led the development of the industry Korean AI, we will once again prove its technological prowess in the Middle Eastthe center of the emerging AI industry.”
On the other hand, GITEX is the largest technology exhibition in the MENA region sponsored and organized by the Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates and the Minister of AI respectively. Recognized as “the new oil” in the UAE, the AI industry is fully supported domestically to grow even further, attracting AI pioneers and major leagues from around the world.
Crowdworks is the largest AI training data annotation solution provider in Korea since 2017. Crowdworks AI training data annotation platform “Workstage” provides qualified AI training data collection and annotation to accelerate the development of AI for companies across a wide range of industries, including automotive, healthcare, and manufacturing.
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