Atexto

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Atexto’s creates, collects, annotates and transcribes audio to train voice assistants. Helping companies to deploy 9x faster trained voice assistants. As easy as ordering pizza.

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Covid endangers our ecosystem’s lifeblood: Latam’s middle class

1 month ago

Welcome to our new The Exclusive deep dive content about our Latin American ecosystem. We’re giving our registered newsletter users a sneak-peek of these soon-to-be paid for articles. Contxto – Here at Contxto we often focus on the supply side: What are startups, investors, and Founders doing to keep operations afloat? It is time now, […]

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Conquering the US: Atexto’s plan to take over machine learning in the American market

2 months ago

Contxto – Atexto—an AI-powered voice-text analysis company—is mustering its army of bot trainers.  Atexto is the machine learning data and training services platform that looks to improve the accuracy of automatic speech recognition systems. They make it possible for companies to automatically understand customers’ and users’ voices (no matter their accent) over the phone or […]

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These are the fastest growing jobs in Argentina, Mexico, and Brazil, according to LinkedIn

5 months ago

Contxto – Coronavirus (Covid-19) and the economic downturn are undoubtedly shaking up the labor market. So it’s always good to keep in mind which are the fastest growing jobs, what they entail, and how they relate to a country’s workforce. And in that regard, LinkedIn is a valuable resource. Through its Emerging Jobs reports, we […]

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Top 11 Mexican startups to watch in 2020

8 months ago

Contxto – Okay yes, there are some big startups in Mexico such as Clip, Konfío, and Grow, but honestly those are way too obvious. Everybody already knows them, so if you’re here to read more about the big guys, I’m afraid you won’t find what you’re looking for. Instead, we plan to offer you an […]

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The Ultimate Guide to Venture Capital in Mexico [Updated 2020]

8 months ago

Contxto – There is another, less explored, facet of the startup equation. Indeed, no idea gets far without the money to do the walking. This is where venture capitalists (VCs) come in. And as one would expect, Venture Capital in Mexico and the rest of Latin America is no exception. Oft the mighty presences behind […]

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Silicon Valley’s Twilio buys Brazilian startup, Teravoz

9 months ago

Contxto – This week, Brazilian startup Teravoz announced it’s been acquired by Silicon Valley-based Twilio. While it’s unknown how much was paid to complete the acquisition. Regardless, according to the startup’s announcement, it was agreed that Teravoz would change its name to Twilio Brazil. With the sale, previous investors such as Canary and Wayra can […]

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Startup Atexto raises investment to expand voice bot training

9 months ago

Contxto – Last Friday, Redwood Ventures announced its participation in an investment round for an undisclosed amount in a press release. Mexican artificial intelligence (AI) startup, Atexto was the beneficiary of these funds. And alongside the Tapatío venture capital (VC) firm were Avalancha Ventures, Dux Capital, MC Capital, Innogen Capital, Poligono Capital, as well as […]

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