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As AI eats the world, a hidden battle is underway for the future of computing. Canada is on the front lines.
Ruth Yakubu, Sr. Cloud Advocate at Microsoft says a startup should not limit where their sales or customers leads are coming from by choosing just one cloud provider. Learn more in the link above.
Deep North’s AI currently measures such parameters as daily entries and exits; occupancy; queue times; conversions and heat maps — a list and product roadmap that it’s planning to continue growing with this latest investment.
More than half of organizations have adopted AI for security efforts, but a majority are more confident in results verified by humans, according to WhiteHat Security.
Why are VCs still backing a home-sharing concept to the tune of well over $500 million at this point?
Nudge.ai, the Toronto customer relationship management (CRM) startup that shut down in January, has sold a number of its assets to US-based Affinity.
Along with hand-washing, medical professionals are advising the public to avoid touching the eyes, nose and mouth during the worldwide outbreak.
The Dublin startup builds developer tools that allow game studios to more easily create deep learning-enhanced textures that scale more convincingly.
Eigen Technologies, which uses small datasets to train its AI, has bagged deals with ING and Goldman Sachs.
Here are 10 ways artificial intelligence, data science, and technology are being used to manage and fight COVID-19.
In addition to the infrastructure services, you also get visual tools for building the pipelines, versioning, artifact tracking and more.