Artificial Intelligence (AI) is emerging as a general-purpose technology that can bring about disruptive changes in business models and value chains. Unlike a few years back, AI is widespread across industries such as healthcare, agriculture, education, manufacturing, and retail.
With more and more players entering the AI space, the demand for AI solutions is increasing at a breakneck speed. According to Inkwood Research, The European market for Artificial Intelligence is forecasted to rise with a 39.64 per cent CAGR over the projected years of 2019-2027.
In Europe, the Netherlands’ capital city of Amsterdam has always been one of the significant contributors to AI, particularly in fintech and life sciences. At present, Amsterdam is one of the best places for fresh talent as well as prominent pioneers in the field of AI.
We have listed notable AI companies in Amsterdam that are hiring right now. Take a look.
Founder/s: Max Klijnstra, Milan Daniels
Otrium is a technology platform where fashion brands can sell their leftover stocks at a discount. Its full-service marketplace allows fashion brands to open an online outlet with minimal effort and all the advantages.
Through their platform, fashion houses can sell both outlet collections and previous collections while retaining full control over pricing, merchandising, and visibility of their excess inventory.
The company also arranges the storage, sale, and shipment of the relevant collections.
Interested in joining Otrium? Click here to check out their vacancies.
Founder/s: Valery Nebesny and Valery Vavilov
Bitfury is a full-service bitcoin and blockchain technology company. Based out of Amsterdam, it is a security and infrastructure provider for the Bitcoin Blockchain. In addition to that, Bitfury also designs and produces innovative hardware that keeps cryptocurrencies and blockchains secure.
You can check out the vacancies at Bitfury here.
Founder/s: Derk Arts
Castor offers a cloud-based clinical data platform that simplifies and streamlines clinical trials processes.
The Amsterdam-based company offers a self-service clinical research platform enabling the researcher to design studies and integrate data from any source in real-time. Interested patients can enroll themselves in trials and share their data online or via a mobile app.
The company is looking to add more talents. You can apply here.
Founder/s: Bart Malenstein
Quin is an Amsterdam-based health tech company that provides an AI digital platform offering comprehensive personalised medical insight to consumers and general practitioners – from symptoms and medical complaints to diagnosis and indication of the medical condition.
Digital care is provided via an app that gives users access to symptom checkers and video consultations. If you are interested in a healthcare platform, Quin is hiring. Click here.
Founder/s: Giovanni Gaglione, Michele Ruini and Riccardo Osti
Amsterdam-based Wonderflow is a B2B tech company that delivers AI-based software designed to improve the customer experience.
The Dutch startup helps companies understand what consumers think about their products and services through AI.It analyses the unstructured feedback from multiple sources and helps brands improve the overall customer experience.
The company is hiring new talent across its three offices in Amsterdam, Milan and Trento. Check the vacancies here.
Founder/s: Rutger Quispel
Convious is the all-in-one platform built exclusively for the leisure industry. It enables them to connect with their customers directly, thereby enhancing their experience and increasing conversions while managing all operations in a single place.
It processes all sales transactions, including tickets, food, and even hotel accommodations.
Click here to know about their open positions.
Founder/s: Joep Gommers, Raymon van der Velde
Based out of Amsterdam, EclecticIQ helps governments, large enterprises, and service providers manage threat intelligence, create situational awareness, and adopt an intelligence-led cybersecurity approach.
The company operates worldwide from offices and teams in Europe, the UK, North America, and India, and through value-added partners.
Right now, the company is hiring in the Netherlands, the UK, the US, Singapore, France, and India. Click here to check.
Founder/s: Jeroen van Duffelen and Mark-Jan Harte
Aidence is an Amsterdam-based medical imaging startup that uses Artificial Intelligence to help medical professionals detect diseases such as lung cancer.
The startup developed a solution called Veye Lung Nodules, which assists radiologists in diagnosing and tracking developments at the pulmonary nodule level to improve reporting in the treatment of lung cancer
Are you ambitious and ready for a scale-up challenge? Find your fit at Aidence.
Founder/s: Peter-Paul de Leeuw, Thomas Dieste and Timo Behrens
Amberscript is an Amsterdam-based startup that created a specialised AI-enabled speech-to-text engine to ease the efforts of manual transcription. Its SaaS software enables users to automatically transcribe audio and video into text using speech recognition.
The company’s platform is used by journalists, scientists, students, doctors, lawyers, and many others all over the world. The company deploys its AI algorithms and its web text editor for enhanced accuracy.
The company is currently looking for talents with creative ideas in six categories. You can check them out here.
Founder/s: Saad Ansari and Yasir Khokhar
Connecterra’s mission is to enable sustainable agricultural practices and it does so by training Artificial Intelligence in farming. The AI is used to empower farmers of all sizes and increase the productivity of their farms while reducing the impact animal agriculture has on our planet.
Want to help grow food sustainably to feed future generations? The company is now hiring. Check open positions here.
Nico.lab was founded in 2015 by a collaboration between Amsterdam UMC and health-tech venture builder NLC. The company’s StrokeViewer software speeds up the diagnosis and treatment of strokes.
The software analyses brain scans to recognise and assess stroke indicators accurately using AI. The diagnosis happens in a few minutes and increases the chances of a positive result. The algorithm comes with a self-learning ability and offers additional knowledge about the ailment and the functioning of the brain in serious situations.
Want to revolutionise emergency care? Currently, the company is hiring across four positions. Click here.
Founder/s: Mircea Popa and Victor Anastasiu
SkinVision enables users to perform regular self-checks for skin cancer with their phones. The tracking solution helps individuals with the early recognition of various skin diseases including melanoma, squamous cell carcinoma, basal cell carcinoma, and precancerous actinic keratosis.
The Amsterdam-based company is clinically validated and can detect signs of most common skin cancers with 95 per cent sensitivity.
Right now, the company is looking out for talented and motivated professionals. Check open positions here.
Founder/s: Joost Kamermans and Jorn Eiting van Liempt
Seenons is on a mission to bring people together for a waste-free world. The company’s platform and supporting app allow business waste to be matched with a circular processor that upcycles it into new products giving it a new life.
For example, coffee granules become soap, orange peels become orangello, and many more. If there is no match, the technology ensures that waste is taken away most efficiently and sustainably.
Want to join the company’s mission? The company is hiring across Customer & Partner Success, Development, Product, Sales, Marketing, Operations, and more. Click here to check out the vacancies.
Founder/s: Joost van Houten
Sentinels is a spin-off from Slimmer AI, a Groningen-based B2B AI venture studio.
Using AI and machine learning, the platform helps fintech, payment service providers, remittance companies, and (challenger) banks manage risk and fulfill their compliance obligations.
It also monitors transactions, builds behavioural profiles, detects suspicious activity, and automatically generates recommended next steps.
Right now, the company is hiring across various positions in Amsterdam. Click here to check vacancies.
Founder/s: Brian Reaves
Factris is on a mission to provide quick, low-cost working capital to European SMEs through financial technology with personalised guidance. The company helps SMEs by turning their invoices into cash in just 24 hours.
The company has developed the FAB (Finance Automation for Business) platform, which automates tasks for employees to focus on personalised customer care.
The FAB platform lets clients upload their invoices, request credit limits, monitor payments, and receive same-day capital for invoices that are factored in.
Want to join Factris? Check vacancies here.
Founder/s: Andrew Klein
Reynen Court enables law firms and corporate legal departments to speed the adoption of AI, Smart Contracts, and other new technologies.
The Amsterdam company enables firms to run cloud-based applications either on-premises or within virtual private clouds under their control — thus giving access to modern software solutions without requiring a sacrifice of security or stability.
You can check out the vacancies here.
Founder/s: David Knap, David Schogt, Joran Iedema, Wouter Florijn
Amsterdam’s Dyme enables users to keep track of their expenses and provides a clear overview of their fixed expenses.
The app automatically detects subscriptions and hidden fees, and enables users to cancel or change any contract with a single click.
Right now, the company is hiring across various positions. Click here to explore job opportunities with Dyme.
Founder(s): Christoph Auer-Welsbach, Dominik Blattner
Kaizo provides a Workforce Performance Management (WPM) platform for the remote-working industry customer support.
The company leverages gamification and AI to improve operational efficiency, individual productivity, and team engagement. With its solution, Kaizo aims to guide employees towards better results.
The company says it enables workforce performance management on every level of a customer service department – from agent self-development to multi-team management.
The company is hiring across various positions in Amsterdam, Porto, Cairo, and Klagenfurt. Click here to check.
Founder/s: Avishai Trabelsi, Roni Liberman
Quicargo aims to tackle inefficiency in the road freight industry. The Dutch company provides an online marketplace for shippers and carriers to benefit from unutilised truck loading spaces.
The company’s solution monitors available trucks with space from multiple sources, analyses it in real-time, detects shippers’ needs, and creates a database with essential information to instigate business transactions.
Are you ready to join Quicargo? Check out the opportunities here.
Founder/s: João Moura, Nathan Trousdell, Claire Scott-Hayes, Robin Vastenou, and Oswin Frans
Fraudio focuses on helping companies in the payment ecosystem to fight payment fraud and financial crime through AI, machine learning, and multi-dataset network effects.
The Amsterdam company has built a cloud-native centralised AI and Machine Learning payment fraud detection solution.
Are you interested in joining the fight against financial crime? Click here for vacancies.
Founder/s: Michael Musandu and Ugnius Rimsa
Lalaland uses artificial intelligence (AI) to develop highly realistic digital photo models for e-commerce applications for clothing and fashion brands. The Dutch company uses neural networks to generate images of artificial humans.
Recently, the company launched Genesis Meta Model Creator at CES 2022.
It helps fashion brands and retailers create a highly personalised and inclusive shopping experience by generating a virtual fashion model of different body types, sizes, hair types, and skin complexions closest to the shopper’s preference.
If you are interested, you can check out vacancies here.
Founder/s: Dennis Tan, Matthäus Schreder and Stefan Tan
Dashmote‘s artificial intelligence technology helps companies make complex decisions based on data gathered from images and text uploaded to the internet.
According to the company, every day, nearly 3B images are uploaded to the internet. The company’s AI technology is capable of analysing these images and gaining valuable insights.
The company’s tool is used to discover market trends, operate an effective segmentation of the offer, and measure audience engagement and sentiment. Take a look at Dashmote’s vacancies here.
Founder/s: Johan Pieter Verwey, Rochelle Niemeijer, Vincent Laban and Eva Rennen
Based out of Amsterdam, Nostics has developed an instant diagnostics platform that enables people to get medical test results within 3 minutes. The company’s test kits will allow for rapid testing, anywhere, without expensive and time-consuming lab facilities
Since the platform uses cutting-edge Immunofluorescence chromatography, the test is reliable, rapid, automated, and digital claims the company.
The test kit and analyser are independently validated in the Netherlands and comply with RIVM and HSC guidelines. Currently, the company is hiring for three positions – Office Manager, Lead Data Scientist and Lab Analyst. You can check out the opportunity here.
Founder/s: Bastiaan van de Rakt, Tim Kleinloog, Maarten Stolk and Nick Jetten
As more and more companies are using Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML), Deeploy offers software to manage, justify and explain the efforts and choices made by the algorithms. The company is working on developing software that makes AI explainable, trustworthy, and accountable.
Recently, the company has even secured €0.8M funding from a new VC firm Curiosity. Currently, the company has seven open positions across Growth, and Product department. Click here to explore the opportunity.
Editor’s note: There is a change in the headline since we have added one extra startup to the list.