First recognized by Forbes in their 30 Under 30 Class of 2020, Arye's journey with Elementary began in 2017 when he co-founded the company with IdeaLab founder Bill Gross. A Pomona College dropout and former head of design at Daqri, Arye led the charge to make Elementary's vision a reality - a future where all factories can adopt AI and deliver a zero-defect world.
"We're transforming manufacturing through quality as a service," says Arye. "Awards like this are a fun boost along the way - and I couldn't be more excited for what Elementary and our customers will accomplish!"
Elementary is dedicated to creating intelligent robot assistants that streamline automotive manufacturing applications. The company has caught the attention of significant investors such as Toyota AI Ventures and, in late 2021, raised $30 million in a funding round led by Tiger Global.
With this latest recognition from Forbes, Arye reaffirms his commitment to the innovative work being done at Elementary. We are excited to see what the future holds as we continue to push the boundaries of what's possible in manufacturing with machine learning.