Playment envisions to expedite the AI age.
Our mission is to help companies accelerate their AI development by providing core data related solutions, significantly reducing the time to market. We enable computer vision and perception teams across the world to effortlessly build and manage ground truth data with our smart annotation tools and fully managed labeling services. Today, Playment forms an essential part of a computer vision engineer's toolkit as a reliable training and validation data bank.
We are a small team of young creators and technology enthusiasts with an unsatiable hunger to make things happen faster than expected. Playmentie's believe in the world made super efficient with AI and work hard every single day to make it a reality than merely a hyped science fiction.
“We were very impressed with Playment’s ability to grasp complex requirements and quickly build custom tools to support it. Our dedicated engagement manager was very helpful in sharing his domain expertise to formulate the right solution for our team.”
“Playment's fully managed approach has been critical in factoring the variability and scaling up our annotation requirements. Thanks to their tools and skilled workforce, we are extremely satisfied by the quality and turnaround time they have provided. I would highly recommend Playment.”
“Playment's quality annotations helped us focus our efforts towards building perception system for our robots. Their flexibility to seamlessly incorporate our feedback and evolving requirements have made them a trusted partner.”
“Quality annotations by Playment have helped us achieve higher accuracy of our models in a very short time. Flexible solutions, QA process, and dedicated project manager helped us have peace of mind. The team was able to experience a real off-loading of annotation needs.”
Ajinkya Malasane (Head of Business) from Playment chats with Tom Selway at AutoSens in Brussels 2018. The leading vehicle perception conference and exhibition, held at AutoWorld Museum, Brussels and coming to the USA in May 2019 at the Michigan Science Center, Detroit.