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“It will allow us to focus more on the human side and see the human connections.”
Salesforce Recommends: The inside story on how Steelworks Design is leveraging tech to streamline its manufacturing process (SALESFORCE)
“Designing” better customer service has never been easier thanks to smarter tech tools that allow companies like Steelworks Design stay efficient, scale quickly and offer seamless, consistent and professional customer experience.
Tech companies are beginning to accept that the artificial intelligence they’re building their futures on could be flawed.
Phenomic AI, the startup develops computer vision tools for a faster and more accurate analysis of microscopy data, has raised $1.5 million (USD).
The company says that pre-vetting applications and advising students in the Visa process results in a 95 percent acceptance rate.
Malong Technologies suggests a way to look beyond competition among nation-states.
Cerebri allows its users to combine data from a variety of sources and then uses its machine learning models to predict what will work best for this customer.
Amazon, Microsoft, and Comcast back Tact.ai in $27 million funding round to expand its sales platform (VENTUREBEAT)
Tact.ai’s eponymous Tact Assistant leverages AI to unify disparate sales tools, like LinkedIn, Microsoft Office 365, email, calendars, address books, and Salesforce.
The round, which brings Noodle.ai’s total funding to $51 million, was led by Dell Technologies Capital with participation from previous investor TPG Growth.
The funding was led by AllegisCyber and NightDragon Security.
The latest round of funding was led by Temasek and GGV Capital and included money from previous investors, including Nest cofounder Tony Fadell, Wavemaker Partners, and Tao Zhang.
Balbix’s breach avoidance platform leverages deep learning and other advanced AI algorithms to continuously gather and analyze data about an enterprise’s massive attack surface to produce relevant insights for different stakeholders.
Applied Brain Research was selected alongside 60 other early-stage companies from around the world.
The UK startup uses machine learning techniques to filter through external information at scale — generating real-time insights for its customers, including for reputation management and decision support purposes.
The funding was raised from existing shareholders, angel investors, and funds managed by Fidelity Investments Canada.