Fat Protocols: C3.AI—The Current State of AI Industry, What Makes C3 Unique and What’s In Store For Them (Literally)

Folks, in this episode Sarbjeet and I took a very deep dive into the history, the current state and the future of the Artificial Intelligence market. We focused on the company called C3.AI ($AI) that has been picking up steam for the last few years. They were founded in 2009 and they IPO’d earlier this December. Their current CEO is Tom Siebel, who sold his Siebel Systems company to Oracle back in 2005.

This company is very interesting. They seem to be doing a lot of things right. They have an app development platform that many large clients already use (i.e. Shell has ~200 projects built on top of c3.ai, according to Tom Siebel). They also have several apps of their own that their clients use.

Tune in and we hope you will really like our discussion. We apologize for a couple of technical problems with internet and Zoom that we experienced along the way.

Note: Although we may briefly discuss the investment aspect of companies we analyze, Fat Protocols episodes are not financial advice.

Listen to the C3.AI episode:




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