Hypergiant Industries CEO, Ben Lamm, wanted to create an ambitious, thought-provoking and mysterious brand for a startup artificial intelligence company with the mission to build a better world and motto of Tomorrowing Today. Named after the largest and brightest class of star in the known universe, Hypergiant Industries’ vision is to be the guiding light that solves humanity’s most challenging problems whether on earth or in the cosmos through the creation of emerging AI-technologies. Based in Austin, Texas, we have a strong track record of working with some of the biggest brands around the world in industries spanning retail, oil and gas, energy, aviation, healthcare, and more. We provide large enterprises with cutting-edge advice, bespoke technology solutions, and deploy expertise needed to harness the value out of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning. We are so much more than just an AI product and solutions company. Our mission is to create a better world. We do this by solving the world’s biggest problems related to climate change, space exploration, and protecting the infrastructure that makes human life possible. Our work is driven by individuals pushing the boundary and always professionally challenging our clients to think differently. We seek individuals who are both analytical and creative and can help us fuel our motto: Tomorrowing Today. The Hypergiant Advisory Board guides our work with unique perspectives, seasoned acumen, and decades of expertise. Notable advisors include Retired General Lance W. Lord USAF, retired NASA astronaut Andrew Allen, and science advocate Bill Nye. AI will continue to become smarter and new previously unimaginable digital tools will become mainstream, but with more than just bottom line or speed to the market in mind. We believe innovation will be driven by humanitarianism and a fundamental need for better quality of life across the globe. Our employees will lead the charge by harnessing and evangelizing our culture.
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