Gridspace makes conversational care readily available by providing superior machine talent for patients, customers and businesses. The company was formed as a collaboration between SRI Speech Labs, the lab behind Siri, and a multidisciplinary team of designers and engineers.
The company’s software makes it easy for contact centers and developers to quickly understand customer requests, synchronize agent responses and drive successful outcomes.
Legacy voice systems were not designed for modern speech services. Gridspace built novel speech processing system in house to enable low-latency speech analytics, live agent guidance and natural-sounding, interwoven voice bots.
Gridspace has been recognized by Gartner, HBR, NeurIPS and Forbes. The company is based in Los Angeles and San Francisco and backed by leading financial institutions and deep-tech investors. Gridspace designs and develops conversational AI software that powers leading contact centers. Click here to start a conversation with us.
The leadership team behind Gridspace has been responsible for many exciting technical projects. Evan built and sold Zappedy, the payment infrastructure behind Groupon. Anthony instrumented the Curiosity Mars rover. Nico developed cloud gaming at Onlive. The broader team comes from Google, Apple, Microsoft, Stanford, MIT, CMU and UIUC, among other top technical institutions.
Evan has been an entrepreneur most of his life. Previously, he co-founded Zappedy, a payments technology company that was backed by Eric Schmidt's venture fund and acquired by Groupon. His other technology projects have been covered by the WSJ and PBS. Evan's patents include an HCI invention and a bank infrastructure capability. He has an engineering bachelor's from Stanford in Product Design.
Anthony previously worked at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory. He was the instrument engineer for the REMS and APXS instruments on the Curiosity Mars rover from development through surface operations. He also worked on the Juno mission to Jupiter, unmanned Global Hawk missions, and the Phoenix lander. Anthony has an engineering bachelor's from Stanford in Physics and a master's in Aeronautics & Astronautics.
Nico previously worked at OnLive, a cloud gaming company that remotely rendered and streamed complex video games over the Internet. At OnLive, Nico created algorithms for reducing latency in the graphics pipeline and developed a multi-platform, lightweight UI engine for in-game community features. He has an engineering bachelor's from Stanford in Computer Science. He is also the inventor of speech-related capabilities.
The company is based in Los Angeles and San Francisco, and backed by top investors including