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This collaboration will concentrate on enhancing the safety of autonomous vehicles and robots, the accuracy of video surveillance, and user experience with consumer computer vision applications.
The company believes that this Series D — from a single backer, Greater Pacific Capital (GPC) out of London — is one of the biggest rounds ever to be raised in this particular area of marketing technology.
The goal is to build a next-generation AI platform that is not only powerful but ethical and trustworthy.
Two Canadian startups, EdTech company Yourika, and voice technology startup VoiceHero, have been selected to participate in Techstars’ Amazon Alexa Accelerator.
Neurosensum, AI-enabled market research startup raises Series A, launches experience management software
New funds will boost the startup’s international reach, as it recently started its commercial offices in Singapore and India.
Two Toronto-based startups have announced fresh funding rounds to fuel their growth. Here’s the latest on who has raised.
The Montreal-based artificial intelligence innovator has impressive backers and a hefty bankroll, but can it deliver what it promises?
Founded in 2017, Wisely is looking to use its new capital to advance philanthropic fundraising through the use of AI and machine learning.
The new technique improved the cars’ ability to spot various objects, and reduced their rate of “false positive” pedestrians by 24%.
Toronto-based Ratio.City, a Proptech startup specializing in using data for urban development, has raised $1 million in seed financing to fuel the expansion of its cloud-based urban analytics tool.
As the technology becomes increasingly ubiquitous across every industry, it will become more and more important to eliminate any bias in the technology.
Ample Labs, a Toronto-based non-profit that builds technology solutions for the homeless community has officially launched Chalmers, its AI-powered chatbot, in partnership with AI and chatbot technology company Ada.
SoftBank announces AI-focused second $108 billion Vision Fund with LPs including Microsoft, Apple and Foxconn
SoftBank said the fund’s capital has reached about $108 billion, based on memoranda of understandings. SoftBank Group’s own investment in the fund will be $38 billion.