AI Communis Pte. Ltd

【AEA 2021 Alumni】
We develop automatic speech recognition (ASR) SaaS solutions. Our ASR engines are developed by our Co-founder, Ian Lane, one of the best R&D teams at Carnegie Mellon University. Our recent product, Auris Edit, aims to make digital content accessible to the world.
Auris Edit enables content creators to easily create caption, transcription and inserting foreign subtitles, reducing their 50% of post-editing time. Creators can spend more time on contents creation rather than on less creative editing processes.
Our primary target is light users like mid-entry level YouTubers, or freelancers who help top YouTubers to add captions/subtitles. YouTube has over 50m content creators, and only with YouTube, we expect that the demand is high.
Captions/Subtitles are a must-have feature for content creators because 60% of YouTube views are from non-native English speakers, say people in South East Asia!
So Auris Edit will first target Asian market making digital content accessible.

CEO and Co-Founder

Nominated by

Acting Director,
Ecosystem Development,
NUS Enterprise
AI Communis is a B2B SaaS company that provides Automatic Speech Recognition (ASR) based solutions to help enterprises capitalize their audio data. Clubbed together with machine learning and artificial intelligence, big data has risen to become one of the most promising sectors in the region.

Its ASR-based solutions can help to increase productivity in many businesses which requires maximum data privacy and security, e.g. healthcare, finance sectors. With AI Communis, businesses need not worry about data contamination and other risks because they have dedicated virtual private clouds ensuring maximum data integrity and security.

The founder is highly driven and has a strong foresight. He incorporated & headquartered AI Communis in Singapore despite being a Japanese himself. The tech solution provided by AI Communis will serve as a bridge for both workstyle and lifestyle reform. It aims to revolutionise how we create content and communicate regardless of culture and language. They have a strong potential to bridge between the Japanese and South-East Asia market.