Aristotle Joins the Growth Programme at CollisionConf 2019

San Francisco-based AI company returns for its third time in the Collision/WebSummit/RISE circuit

Toronto, Canada — April 26, 2019 — San Francisco-based AI startup, Aristotle, will be participating in this year’s CollisionConf on May 20-23, 2019 at the Enercare Exhibition Centre as a member of the Growth Programme. Aristotle is on a mission to voice-activate the world’s databases. By creating the market for Business Intelligence (BI) Skills, Aristotle builds a future when data insights are available to all who need them – from citizens to corporate executives – through natural language conversations and voice interfaces, removing the barriers to true data democratization. Bypass tricky logins and dashboard fatigue by simply asking Aristotle a question, and get an answer in real time.

CEO & Co-Founder, Adrien Schmidt, who was recently listed in Inc. Magazine as an “AI Entrepreneur To Watch” will also be speaking on the Growth Summit Stage on Wednesday morning to discuss how they use natural language processing, contextual dialog management, and powerful analytics to deliver answers to simple data questions, via voice conversations.

This will be the third time Aristotle has joined the team behind CollisionConf for their global events. In 2018, Aristotle was a startup in the BETA Programme in New Orleans and last November, they graced the Web Summit Summit stage in Lisbon in the PITCH: Startup Battle and made it to the Semi-Finals.

For all inquiries including to schedule a meeting or interview with the Aristotle team, please contact the team directly on the CollisionConf App and/or Melissa at or 978-886-7259.

About Aristotle

Aristotle (also known as Aristotle by was co-founded by Adrien Schmidt and Marios Anapliotis in 2015 to provide the world’s first enterprise software for conversational analytics. Through natural language conversations and voice interfaces, they are removing the barriers to true data democratization. provides Aristotle, the platform to create and run BI skills, that end users can reach via Slack, Skype, Alexa and more. Their offices are based in San Francisco and Paris. For more information visit their website at and follow @aristotle_ai on Twitter.  Schedule a demo here.

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