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Just over half a year since raising $159.28 million CAD, Clearbanc has raised an additional $393 million CAD ($300 million USD) to help scale its alternative fundraising model for entrepreneurs.
At the time, it seemed like a bit of a gimmick, but AWS has put a lot of its weight behind it and is currently running a DeepRacer league at its various events around the world.
The Montreal-based artificial intelligence innovator has impressive backers and a hefty bankroll, but can it deliver what it promises?
Owl.co, a software company that helps banks and insurers collect and encrypt customer data, has raised its first round of funding, securing $2.6 million CAD.
Babylon Health confirms $550M raise at $2B+ valuation to expand its AI-based health services(TECHCRUNCH)
This is the largest-ever fundraise in Europe or U.S. for digital health delivery, Babylon said.
Healthcare has emerged as the hottest area for AI investment, as investors bet billions that startups can use data to reshape how we discover new drugs and take care of patients.
Recogni is developing a computer vision-based inferencing system that uses a diverse set of image sensors that can identify significantly smaller objects at a much larger distance compared to competitors.
Dasha AI is calling so you don’t have to(TECHCRUNCH)
The team is building a platform for designing human-like voice interactions to automate business processes. Put simply, it’s using AI to make machine voices a whole lot less robotic.
AI-powered video enhancement firm Minute.ly announced last week the closing of an $8 million finance round. Investors that participated in the round include Ansonia Holdings Singapore BV and sports marketing company Infront.
China has started a grand experiment in AI education. It could reshape how the world learns.(TECHNOLOGYREVIEW)
In recent years, the country has rushed to pursue “intelligent education.” Now its billion-dollar ed-tech companies are planning to export their vision overseas.