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RBC said it wants to use predictive technology to “identify money in a client’s cash flow that can be automatically saved.”
“We are being responsive to the needs of our intrapreneurs, creating a supportive environment in which they can explore new ideas.”
The Kirin 970 chip is the size of a thumbnail and will support many of the AI capabilities that devices need today, such as voice interaction and image recognition.
Appier’s data intelligence platform that helps companies understand and predict customer behavior.
Skydio has yet to publicly debut its drone, but people who have seen prototypes say that it uses an array of cameras and proprietary computer vision technology to recognize and avoid objects in real time.
Creative Destruction Lab partners with Rigetti Computing to support quantum machine learning startups
Rigetti Computing will provide quantum machine learning startups with hands-on training about hybrid programming models and algorithm libraries.
Adobe Campaigns already allows its users to use machine intelligence to find the best subject lines for their emails and soon, it’ll also be able to suggest just the right image to show to the right person who opens a marketing email.
Founded mid-last year by husband and wife team Walter and Sam De Brouwer, Doc.ai’s technology allows healthcare organisations to offer their patients a mobile “robo-doctor” to discuss their health at any time of the day.
Soon machines will be able to pay attention and make memories.
Ideal’s platform automates repetitive tasks like candidate sourcing, resume screening, shortlisting, and candidate outreach.