Faraday to Work with State Of Vermont To Help Grow Workforce
Thursday, February 14, 2019
Posted by: Jeff Couture
Faraday has announced a strategic contract with the State of Vermont to use its platform to drive more interest and engagement in people looking to relocate to Vermont. This technology will be used in conjunction with the Vermont Department of Economic Development's ThinkVermont initiative and website, which engage a wide-ranging audience around opportunities to live and work in Vermont.
Faraday, a Burlington-based artificial intelligence (AI) company, will help optimize the department's marketing efforts. The Faraday platform will be used to develop and deploy machine learning models that identify and reach people with a higher likelihood to relocate to the state, boosting ThinkVermont's reach and driving engagement with ideal candidates.
"Vermont offers opportunities for a work-life harmony that you won't find anywhere else," said Robbie Adler of Faraday. "We're excited to help more people discover the breadth of what the state has to offer, which we, as Vermonters, are lucky to experience every day."
"Faraday's software will help us accurately and directly get our message to those who have shown an interest or affinity for Vermont in a cost-effective way," said Joan Goldstein of the Department of Economic Development. "The company's young team and cutting-edge technology actually exemplify ThinkVermont's purpose — to show that Vermont has long been home to a wide array of innovative companies as well as economic and lifestyle opportunity. We're thrilled to be working with Faraday as we accelerate our work to illuminate the vibrancy of Vermont."
Faraday is an artificial intelligence (AI) company that optimizes consumer outreach and engagement strategies with machine learning and data science.