A.I.-assisted innovation

We help your teams to identify the best innovation opportunities


We believe there is a growing need for a more effective innovation.

Companies rely mainly on outdated methods to identify innovation opportunities, for example brainstorming, with its post-its and pencils. But the pressure put on innovation teams is increasing today. Among other factors, global competition, the economic crisis, the acceleration of innovation, and new systemic challenges. As a result, your teams need new methods to identify the best subjects to work on.


Our A.I. assists your teams to identify their best innovation opportunities.

Having a good understanding of the market needs is a first step toward highly effective innovation. We use natural language processing to explore the web and extract the problems of our society: waste of time, pollution, coronavirus, etc. These problems are then compared and summarized in a clear and well-documented manner. In this way, your team explores a wide range of needs related to your business.


The results suggest that teams find 6 to 12 times more opportunities.

We asked an R&D team to list the main issues they should work on. Then, we let them explore the results of our software and update the list. The results suggest that there are 6 to 12 times more opportunities coming from Darwinnov than from human brainstorming.

Example for the keyword "road".

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Road salt source

Every $1 of road salt causes approximately $15 in damage to concrete, bridges and vehicles.

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Potholes source

In average, potholes cause $515 per year per driver in extra operation and maintenance costs.

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Trafic jam source

In the UK, 2.5 billion hours are lost per year in trafic jams.

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Accidents source

1.35 million people die every year in road accidents.

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Tires source

300 million tires are discarded every year in the US.


Interested? Contact us today.

contact@darwinnov.ai +33 6 99 21 06 88

Where To Find Us

We are based in Paris

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