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Ada, which has developed a AI-powered software platform to support customer service teams in large businesses, has raised a $63.7 million CAD Series B.
In partnership with Mayfield and Melinda Gates’s Pivotal Ventures, Microsoft for Startups is investing $6 million in four female-founded companies.
The startup, founded a half decade ago, according to Crunchbase data, with just a few million in raised capital, is interesting, as its success to date was founded on two consecutive experiments.
Canadian businesses are taking steps to help flatten the curve and support customers through new products, services, and free offerings.
Machine learning tools have always been the ideal content moderators for Facebook, Google and Twitter — but COVID-19 is forcing their use before they’re ready.
This week, Y Combinator (YC) held its Winter 2020 Demo Day, the 30th for the Silicon Valley incubator. For this cohort, 16 Canadian startups participated.
The data set aims to accelerate scientific research that could fight the Covid-19 pandemic.
An Ottawa-based startup helping energy utilities across the world more intelligently manage their electricity grids has raised a sizable seed round to help scale up its cleantech solution.
AI and IoT startup Validere has raised $20 million CAD ($15 million USD) in Series A funding to help create supply chain efficiencies in the energy industry.