A recent demonstration and meeting I had with Toggle AI is a good example of where things stand.
With offices in New York, London and Tokyo and team of 33, including 21 engineers and developers, Toggle already has a global footprint many other startups would envy.
“We started this, in part, to offer investors and professionals alike a better piece of technology for keeping up, I mean you are, on average, seeing 17 news headlines a second coming in on the typical.
Szilagyi worked for Stanley Druckenmiller (who was also Toggle’s first investor) and received his Ph.D. in quantitative finance from Harvard University.
“We’ve built a machine that goes through all that data and taps us on the shoulder and says ‘here are some things that will probably interest you,’” he said, referring to the cloud-based subscription application.
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