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MBA alumna’s artificial intelligence start-up reaches new heights

  • 08, March, 2017
  • Said business school, University of Oxford

Gyana is an artificial intelligence (AI) start-up launched by Oxford Saïd MBA alumna, Joyeeta Das. Gyana uses a sophisticated algorithm to combine big data and complex data analytics to identify and record patterns across cities and present them in an interactive format. Its customers include consulting firms, marketing houses, media firms, government agencies, consumer goods companies and real estate developers. Gyana’s functionality has also been used by US space agency NASA and the UK Ministry of Defence.

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FORCE OF NATURE, SERIAL ENTREPRENEUR AND CEO OF GYANA, JOYEETA DAS KELL

  • 12, Oct, 2016
  • Said business school, University of Oxford

Potentially the biggest gamble of the lot is to make Gyana more predictive so users won't just be able to see historical or real-time trends - they might also be able to glimpse the future.

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START-UP SENSES MOOD THROUGH BIG DATA

  • 10, July, 2016
  • Financial Times, UK

Joyeeta Das was taking a break from business school classes, enjoying the early morning sunshine in Oxford’s Port Meadows when she had her start-up eureka moment. It was not, however, the view of the city’s dreaming spires that struck her. Ms Das, an engineering graduate.

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AI TO FIND THE TOP TEN HISTORICAL LEADERS MOST SIMILAR TO TRUMP

  • 09, Nov, 2016
  • The Indian Economist, India

We used artificial intelligence to find the top ten historical leaders most similar to Trump. We took 1000 prominent world leaders from history and gathered all text around them - speeches, quotes, reports, news articles , writings and millions of sentences and we used AI to analyze the data.

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THE GREAT LEAP FORWARD – HOW QUANTIFIED CITIES COULD MAKE US ALL HEALTHIER

  • 08, Nov, 2016
  • MedTech Engine, India

Joyeeta Das, CEO of Gyana – an AI technology startup specialising in machine learning, data sciences, applied psychology, software engineering, sentiment analysis and applied mathematics – shares her thoughts on how quantified cities could improve healthcare.

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