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“We’ve opened-sourced our code in hopes to show people that you don’t need to be an expert to do this.”
Computer model can predict up to 70% of cardiac arrests 5 minutes before, researcher says.
Element AI decided to keep its head down while developing its first set of products.
Alooma helps companies migrate their data from multiple sources to one data warehouse.
Since April 2017, L’Oréal Canada has used chatbots within Facebook Messenger for its La Roche-Posay and Vichy brands, but it will now be expanding its chatbot capabilities outside of Facebook and into its larger strategy.
“With AI, the more data we collect, the more accurate [we are]…at identifying individuals with disorders and tracking progression.”
A key challenge for industry is figuring out how to move the global conversation away from AI as a threat to human jobs and safety, and toward cementing AI as an ethical complement to human ingenuity.
“We always had a vision of being larger, where an enterprise software company supports many different platforms.”
Venture capital investors are putting $125 million behind plans to build the world’s biggest insect farm that’s entirely run by robots, as startup Ynsect caters to the growing demand for bugs.
The deal was co-led by MMC Ventures and Mark Weatherford.