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PFN recognized as one of most innovative and exciting Japanese startups at 2016 US-Japan Innovation Awards

Toru Nishikawa, CEO, receives “Innovation Showcase” award at the symposium

Preferred Networks recognized as one of most innovative and exciting Japanese startups at 2016 US-Japan Innovation Awards

Palo Alto, CA — July 22nd, 2016 — Preferred Networks, Inc. (PFN) was selected one of the five “Innovation Showcase” companies at 2016 US-Japan Innovation Awards Symposium held in the Stanford University Arrillaga Alumni Center.

US-Japan Innovation Awards is operated by the Japan Society of Northern California in collaboration with the Stanford University US–Asia Technology Management Center. The “Innovation Showcase” is given to most exciting Japanese startup companies that have potential to disruput or transformational globally and to be known to the Sillicon Valley.

 

About Preferred Networks

Preferred Networks Inc. (PFN) is a Tokyo-based startup focusing on applications of latest artificial intelligence technologies to emerging problems in the Internet of Things (IoT). PFN’s vision is the realization of Deep Intelligence – a future IoT in which all devices, as well as the network itself, are intelligent. PFN develops software related to deep learning and IoT, and provides Deep Intelligence in-Motion solutions. PFN collaborates with many world-leading companies in industries, such as FANUC for intelligent robots and Toyota motors for autonomous driving. For more information please visit: www.preferred-networks.jp/en

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