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The Panel hopes to be a global reference point in the development of AI, rooted in human rights, inclusion, diversity, innovation, and economic growth.
A startup with founders who have both medical and engineering expertise wants to bring machine learning to bear on healthcare treatment options to produce outcomes with better results and less aftercare.
The council will advise the government on how to build on Canada’s progress in AI, in a way that also looks to reflect Canadian values.
6 ways to effectively market an AI startup(VENTUREBEAT)
No startup is easy to grow, and with more and more AI companies being founded around the world, the reality is that they can’t all lead the way. As a founder or marketer, you need to be able to effectively communicate your value proposition.
Two Canadian non-profits are partnering to launch the AI For Good Summer Lab program, an initiative that provides undergraduate women in STEM fields with exposure to training and networking opportunities in artificial intelligence.
The Neural Engine handles voice and image recognition, as well as security.
Microsoft is investing in certification and training for a range of AI-related skills in partnership with education provider General Assembly, the companies have announced.
Locus raises $22 million to automate logistics(VENTUREBEAT)
Founded out of India in 2015, Locus targets myriad industries, including ecommerce, retail, and home services, with the promise of improving logistics planning, management, and tracking.
Facebook’s AI whiz now faces the task of cleaning it up. Sometimes that brings him to tears.(NYTIMES)
Facebook has heralded artificial intelligence as a solution to its toxic content problems. Mike Schroepfer, its chief technology officer, says it won’t solve everything.
The chip can operate without an internet connection thanks to on-device processing, and it uses “a separate hardware-implemented security zone” to store personal data.
Seattle startup Algorithmia raises $25M to help companies implement machine learning algorithms(GEEKWIRE)
Algorithmia announced Tuesday that it has raised $25 million in new funding to build out tools that make machine learning easier to implement.
The company said the new program will look at existing high school programs to identify gaps and Actua will then work with a team of AI experts to develop new content that covers basic principles of AI.