TEL AVIV, Israel, Feb. 27, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Photomyne, the A.I. photo preservation platform, has won the Red Herring Top 100 Europe award at the conference held in Amsterdam (February 18-20, 2019). The Red Herring Top 100 Europe conference highlights the most exciting startups from Europe, and its editorial team "analyzes hundreds of cutting-edge companies and technologies and selects those who are positioned to grow at an explosive rate" (RedHerring.com).
Photomyne CEO Nir Tzemah represented the startup at the conference. "It was a real honor to be among the hundreds of contestant companies at the forum, and an even greater honor to have been among the 100 winners," said Tzemah. "Our recent milestone of 100 million photos scanned with the app, combined with the Red Herring Top 100 award serves as proof of our service's growing success and recognition worldwide."
Photomyne is also among the participating companies in this year's RootsTech conference in Salt Lake City, Utah (USA) February 27-March 2, 2019. During the conference, Photomyne will perform a live demo of the product, and will hand out free account subscriptions to a selected number of people. The company invites conference visitors to visit booth number 220, and bring printed photographs to test the app's scanning capabilities live, on the spot.
Photomyne facilitates the way people around the world save, share, and enjoy their life memories, by harnessing the power of Machine Learning/AI technology to bridge between the past, present, and future of one's personal legacy. With its mobile application on iOS/Android and supporting cloud services, Photomyne aims to create the largest indexed photo collection of the pre-digital era through its easy to use photo scanning app. The app is offered in 15 languages including Western European languages, Chinese, Japanese, Thai, Korean and Arabic, to name a few. The company's office is located in Bnei Brak, Israel and consists of a team of 30 employees. For more information please visit photomyne.com.