Artificial Intelligence firm AiSolve have announced their expansion into North America with the purchase of American virtual reality (VR) company Clay Park VR.
Clay Park VR founder Shauna Heller will be president of the newly created AiSolve North america, which will developer AI as well as VR and mixed reality (MR) tools and applications and form relationships with other American and international businesses. AiSolve now has offices in Los Angeles, Glendale, CA and will shortly be opening a new office in Palo Alto, CA.
“When we founded the company in 2010 we were a team of four and few people were talking about artificial intelligence or its impact on tech and society,” said AiSolve CEO Devi Kolli, “Now, we’re 40 strong, operate two offices on two continents and have developed a suite of AI, VR and MR software solutions for education, enterprise and entertainment that we’re excited to introduce to the global market. The depth of Clay Park’s business and breadth of Shauna’s product knowledge give us a big advantage.”
Heller added: “Even before I launched Clay Park I’d watched AiSolve evolve from promising tech services group to robust software solutions developers with AI, VR and MR products that scale. Last year, when they spun out and sold their AR division, Ads Reality, I knew they’d matured to a point where large-scale growth was imminent so it’s exciting to now help shape and guide that process.”
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