Xnor releases do-it-yourself AI platform

Xnor's Oliver Krengel
Xnor engineer Oliver Krengel works with the AI2GO self-serve software platform. (Xnor Photo)

Now you too can put a little AI on your device, even if you’re not up on the ins and outs of artificial intelligence.

The way to do it is with AI2GO, a newly released self-serve software platform from, a Seattle AI startup. AI2GO comes with a set of ready-to-go applications and deep-learning models that can be selected and downloaded with just a few clicks.

Ali Farhadi, Xnor’s co-founder and CXO (Chief Xnor Officer), told GeekWire that the platform is designed for developers and small companies that want to take advantage of AI tools such as face recognition or object classification without having to start from scratch.

“The problem of deploying AI is getting harder and harder, and it shouldn’t be that way,” Farhadi said.

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By Alan Boyle

Mastermind of Cosmic Log, contributor to GeekWire and Universe Today, author of "The Case for Pluto: How a Little Planet Made a Big Difference," past president of the Council for the Advancement of Science Writing.

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