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Toronto-based Delphia is publicly rolling out its investment advisor platform, which lets users convert their data into a source of investable capital.
“Class time! Francesca Lazzeri presented a UC Berkeley course on how to make machine learning models interpretable. Now she shares the details with you.” – Adam Nanjee, Microsoft for Startups
In the near-term CIMON can have a lot of practical benefit simply by freeing up time spent on certain tasks by astronauts themselves.
Cerebri AI, which uses artificial intelligence and machine learning to improve customer relations for companies, announced Wednesday that it has raised $7 million in venture capital funding.
Element AI has launched a decision-support product, called Element AI Knowledge Scout, which organizes and manages data sets for businesses.
Soteria AI, a Hong Kong and San Francisco, CA-based company developing an AI assistant for gaming, secured $5M in private funding.
AI Dungeon 2 isn’t exactly a polished game, but more of a passion project from developer Nick Walton.
It’s not meant for musicians — it’s meant for engineers who want to learn about generative AI.
CEO Birnbaum said the infusion will bolster Kustomer’s global expansion as it continues to invest “heavily” in product development.
The personnel changes at Alphabet continue, this time with Mustafa Suleyman — one of the three co-founders of the company’s influential AI lab DeepMind — moving to Google.
The Recorder app uses the power of AI to automatically transcribe the users audio recordings and it also lets its users search for specific parts of a clip.
Rad AI, a Berkeley, Calif.-based radiology startup, raised $4m in seed funding.