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Royal Bank of Canada, Borealis AI partner with Red Hat, NVIDIA on new AI computing platform (BETAKIT)
RBC has developed its own cloud-based artificial intelligence computing platform upon which to create and maintain AI-powered banking applications.
In these unprecedented times, entrepreneurs need all the help they can get. BetaKit has teamed up with Microsoft for Startups on a new series called Just One Thing, where startup founders and tech leaders share the ‘one thing’ they want the next generation of entrepreneurs to learn.
The feature will be free unless you decide to donate a little extra to Wyze.
Foreign manipulation campaigns on social media can be spotted by looking at clues in the timing and length of posts and the URLs they contain, researchers have found.
The Aible founder’s unsettling experience with Google’s advertising AI reveals the importance of ensuring there is human oversight of automated systems.
Five projects have received $29 million in funding from Scale AI and a number of companies to support the implementation of artificial intelligence.
An AI hiring firm says it can predict job hopping based on your interviews (MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW)
The idea of “bias-free” hiring, already a highly misleading concept, is being used by AI recruitment firms to shirk greater scrutiny for their tools’ troubling labor issues beyond discrimination.
In 2010, artificial intelligence startups worldwide raised a total of $277.3 million in funding rounds, revealed the CrunchBase data. In the next three years, this figure jumped to over $1bn for the first time.
Apple is leading the AI arms race by acquiring more artificial intelligence companies than Google or Amazon, but does that equal long-term success?
Toronto-based enterprise software startup Cryptonumerics has been acquired by Snowflake Inc., the California-based cloud-based data-warehousing startup that is anticipated to go public on the Nasdaq later this year.
Riiid’s platform — Santa — is a mobile study aid for the Test of English for International Communication (TOEIC) English proficiency exam.