We are Hummingbirds AI, the Home of Do+Bushi
maximized security- minimized alerts
We love privacy
Based in Seattle, WA, Hummingbirds.ai is a privately held early stage startup. We started working on this idea in 2019 and established the company in 2020. Our team is small and agile.
We have a culturally-diverse team of talent, working to bring you the best security solution on the Planet. In fact, diversity is one of our core values.
why we started hummingbirds.ai
Like many GEN-X and millennials, we finally became house owners. Moving from an apartment to a house is a huge step: there’s no doorman, no security, and you often have a couple of neighbors, instead of dozens. The first week that my wife and I moved to our new house, we were scared and couldn’t sleep at night. Even our adopted doggies were scared too! We bought a handful of cameras from Amazon and we installed a couple of cameras from our old apartment. We received fake alerts a dozen times per day and sometimes per hour: either a moving tree or doggies going inside and out. It soon became frustrating! And we thought: there should be a better way. But in fact, there wasn’t! So we created one: DoBushi, the first privacy-centered intelligent home security system!
Dr. Nima Schei- CEO
Nima is an AI entrepreneur with background in medicine, AI and business. He is co-creator of BEL/BELBIC, the first emotionally inspired AI algorithm.
I want to sail the world with a 3-masted schooner
Hamed Tabkhi – CTO
Hamed is a Professor of AI at University of North Carolina (UNC) Leading Global Expert in Real-Time AI and Smart Connected Communities
I cannot start a day with swimming an hour
Sara Zargaran- CMO
Sara is a marketing expert with 14 years of experience in digital media and marketing. She was behind some of the most organic campaigns on social media.
I don’t have a favorite color! My heart beats for Animals.
Head of Hardware
David is a hardware and network expert.
Ashley is an expert User experience designer.
I overdose on nostalgia and want to time travel. I believe that leopard print is a neutral.
Miguel Felipe Lizarazo