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The partnership will allow Stradigi AI to offer its team and expertise in AI to startups in the IeAD Sports Accelerator that are looking to develop AI-based solutions.
See how new educational platforms put diversity in tech within reach.
A new research paper published today by FAIR is looking to examine how AI systems can orient themselves and communicate observed data better than humans can.
Tamr raises $18 million to pair enterprise data with AI (VENTUREBEAT)
Tamr develops machine learning-powered software that unifies enterprise data by generating, in essence, an adjustable table of database contents.
The company claims the compact, desktop machine — called OLO — which analyzes single-use cartridges manually loaded with drops of the patient’s blood, can deliver “lab-grade” complete blood count (CBC) tests from only a finger prick of blood.
Recent hire John Giannandrea is leading all of Apple’s AI efforts now.
Companies selected to participate in NextAI-Montreal’s first cohort will receive up to $200,000 in seed funding for their businesses.
Pony.ai, headquartered in China and the US, provides software algorithms and infrastructure for self-driving cars.
Box acquires Butter.ai to make search smarter (TECHCRUNCH)
Box has been adding intelligence to its platform for some time, and this acquisition brings the Butter.AI team on board and gives them more machine learning and artificial intelligence known-how while helping to enhance search inside of the Box product.
The latest round of funding was led by Alven Capital and Idinvest and brings the company’s total funding to $60 million.
With the introduction of AI Suggest to its Chrome extension, users will be able to access relevant company information without needing to search for it first.
The capital — which was raised over the course of 18 months from a mix of pension funds, family offices, and foundation and university endowments — will back cybersecurity and enterprise software with a machine learning bent.