Signal AI releases global media insights of fastest growing UK AI companies

LONDON / NEW YORK — 18th September 2020 —  Signal AI today released research into the most common themes in the global press coverage of the fastest growing UK AI companies. Using Sage Tech Track 100 data and the Signal AI platform, the media insight node graph shows the most common topics associated with each of the companies in their global media coverage, as well as how the topics are connected to each company.

Media topics of the fastest growing AI companies in the UK on the 2020 Sage Tech Track 100

Published this month, the 20th anniversary Sunday Times Sage Tech Track 100 league table ranks Britain’s private technology, media and telecoms (TMT) companies with the fastest-growing sales – Signal AI was nominated at number 23, and in the top 2 fastest growing AI companies on the list.

“We’re truly excited to be part of the infamous Sunday Times Sage Tech Track,” David Benigson CEO and Founder at Signal AI said. “It’s great to be named alongside so many fantastic UK companies, and also as one of the fastest growing AI companies on the list. We are creating a future where AI can really augment decision making at the top, which is increasingly becoming a critical key to success.”

The companies include seven “unicorns” valued at $1bn or more, with two providing medical support in response to the pandemic ― mobile healthcare app Babylon Health, which launched a Covid-19 care assistant, and Oxford Nanopore, which developed a saliva-based test that returns results in one hour and was rolled out by the UK’s Department of Health in August.


About Signal AI

Signal AI is one of the UK’s fastest growing artificial intelligence companies creating pioneering AI solutions to enable better decision making, and in September 2020 was named 23 in the Sage Tech Track 100, as well as the second fastest growing UK AI company. It believes AI is one of the most exciting and significant technological developments of our time.

Signal AI’s platform enables organisations to track defined challenges in real time. From competitive landscape and changes to regulation, to monitoring reputation or supply chain, the Signal AI platform gathers the relevant data and applies its proprietary machine learning analysis, in turn empowering smarter and faster decisions.


Georgie Weedon, Head of Communications, Signal AI