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The bank has turned to two startups to develop its chatbot experiences.
SambaNova said its compute platform will reimagine the infrastructure used to power AI in the enterprise, and the funding will allow the company to expand its team and develop its product further.
In the foreword to Microsoft’s recent book, The Future Computed, executives Brad Smith and Harry Shum proposed that AI practitioners highlight their ethical commitments by taking an oath analogous to the Hippocratic Oath sworn by doctors for generations.
Californian company Skycatch is building drones that will use machine learning to map sites, plan work, and even guide autonomous construction vehicles on building sites.
Applications are open until May 13, 2018.
“We want to help people navigate decisions in as many decision spaces as we can get into,” said CEO Clifton van der Linden.
At a startup called Kindred in San Francisco, technicians are teaching robots how to precisely manipulate objects like a box of Goldfish crackers. Why? Because somebody’s got one hell of an online shopping habit.
The days of wondering what type of tree you bought from the discount shelf at Walmart are over.
Magna is also investing $200 million in Lyft in exchange for an equity stake. The goal is to build not only autonomy into production vehicles, but also to put direct access to Lyft’s hailing platform into future autonomous vehicles using the platform.