CogX Awards Winners



7 June 2017, London – CognitionX, the Market Intelligence Platform which brings clarity to All Things AI, has today announced the shortlist for the inaugural AI Innovation Awards. The awards, which were held at CogX London 2017, recognised and celebrated the best use of AI in specific industry sectors and technology domains as well as applications in Social Good, Public Services and Ethics Leadership.


The AI Innovation Awards have been judged by a panel of experts from the advisory board of CognitionX. Entrants were judged on their product idea, the team and the long term sustainable advantage of the product. The result is a shortlist of finalists representing the most innovative and disruptive businesses in the world of AI.


There were 350 leaders from industry, academia and government at The Brewery (Barbican) for the gala dinner on Tuesday 20th June.


CognitionX Founder and CEO, Charlie Muirhead, said, “We are at the dawn of a revolution in Artificial Intelligence that will transform our lives. The AI Innovation Awards will honour those that have already made ground-breaking achievements. It’s a huge privilege to be bringing together the incredible minds who are making pioneering advancements in this technology.”


The finalists and winners are:

Best Overall Product: Tesla

Best Use of AI in Charity

Best AI Product in Agriculture

Best AI Product in Education

Best AI Product in Entertainment

Best AI Product in Fashion

Best AI Product in Financial Services

Best AI Product in Health

Best AI Product in Insurance

Best AI Product in Legal

Best Product in Marketing and AdTech

Best AI Product in Politics

Best AI Product in Security

Best AI Product in Transportation and Logistics

Best AI Product in Retail

Best Overall Innovation: DeepMind

Best Innovation in Artificial General Intelligence

Best Innovation in Chatbots

Best Innovation in Cloud Services

Best Innovation in Computer Vision

Best Innovation in Data Protection & Privacy

Best Innovation in Data Visualisation

Best Innovation in Deep Learning

Best Innovation in Fraud Prevention

Best Innovation in NLP

Best Innovation in Open Source Technology

Best Innovation in Predictive Analytics

Best Innovation in Robotics and Automation

Best Innovation in Sensors & IoT

Overall Winner in Outstanding Achievement: UiPath

Outstanding Achievement in AI ethics

Outstanding Achievement in AI Growth & Adoption

Outstanding Achievement in Enterprise Use of AI

Outstanding Achievement in Other Uses of AI

Outstanding Achievement in Public Services Use of AI

Outstanding Achievement in Social Good Use of AI

AI Contribution – Leader

AI Contribution – Rising Star (Leader Under 30)

AI Superhero

AI Investment Seed

Best Student Paper in AI

AI Contribution – Industry Analysis or Strategy

AI Contribution – Journalism

To register forCogX London 2017 and find out more information, please visit
The awards are taking place during CogX London 2017
– an Innovation Exchange focused on the impact that AI will have across all industries, government and society as a whole. The event is taking place in London from 20th-21st June and will attract over 1,500 attendees, to explore how we should navigate the new and complex landscape which is rapidly reshaping the world around us. CogX is being hosted in association with the Alan Turing Institute, the UK’s national institute of data science, members of which will be speaking on topics across the event.






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CognitionX is a Market Intelligence Platform that brings clarity to the complex and fast-paced world of All Things Artificial Intelligence. Our mission is to democratise access to the information and research on the products and resources required to build AI solutions. By organising all the information from the industry and making it universally accessible and useful we empower everyone from enterprise to startups and governments – even individuals – to access and rapidly deploy AI.




The Alan Turing Institute is the national institute for data science, with headquarters at the British Library. The group will work in collaboration with the broader data science community to undertake research and understanding the societal implications of Big Data.


The Institute is named in honour of Alan Turing, whose pioneering work in theoretical and applied mathematics, engineering and computing are considered to be the key disciplines comprising the emerging field of data science.

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