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a platform that can help us to experiment with our research and producing a lot of demo apps for internal usage and choosing the right one.” They say they’ve been testing the developer tools with “some very big companies” — but won’t name any names as yet.“We want to explore the CV [computer vision] area and help companies also produce a greater user experience with AI — helping people to communicate easier, to solve their tasks,” adds Moiseenkov.
Initially, say Prisma’s co-founders, they’ll be offering an SDK for developers wanting to add effects like style transfer and selfie lenses to their own apps — likely launching an API mid next week.“The second part [of the b2b offering] is we feel that in a lot of companies developers are struggling with porting technologies to mobile,” he continues.“And we feel that we can offer them our own solution that we use internally — internally we have…“We have lots of guys who are researching and investigating what we can do in terms of different technologies and AI-based products so we’ve been working on these technologies for a while.” The team launched a second consumer app in July: a sticker-maker called Sticky that uses AI algorithms to perform quick cut-outs of selfies so they can be easily repurposed as colorful stickers.Across both apps they say they’re getting between 5M to 10M MAUs [monthly active users] and ~500,000 DAUs [daily active users] at this point — with Airapetyan describing their user base as “very stable”.Prisma’s own team is around 25-strong, split between offices in the Bay Area and Moscow.
Though they say they’re also eyeing setting up a base in China — seeing “huge” potential to sell AI-related services in such a large and visually engaged app ecosystem.
(Notably Haxus was also an investor in Fabby, a computer vision app recently acquired by Google.) Moiseenkov says Prisma hasn’t raised any funding since the end of last year, and is not currently looking to raise — they want to see how their b2b play plays out first, he adds.
On the competition front for b2b CV/AI tools, he points to a couple of big companies in Asia offering similar services already — such as Face .
We feel this is a really rich area for a company like ours.
And also we feel that with our apps in the market we can experiment a lot with different technologies and this pairing can do a lot for us in terms of earning money.” “We have a very strong R&D team,” adds Airapetyan.
So although Prisma is shifting its monetization strategy (likely a usage-based SDK for the visual effects; and maybe a licensing model for the platform, it says), its consumer apps aren’t going away.