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South Korean electronics giant Samsung has moved into the Montreal Institute for Learning Algorithms (Mila), opening its 2,000-square-foot artificial intelligence lab.
The fleet includes 36 regular trucks and three autonomous ones.
SentinelOne, a cybersecurity company specializing in autonomous endpoint protection, has raised $120 million in a series D round of funding led by Insight Partners.
The Supercluster aims to make Canada an international leader in the field of AI applications in supply chains.
Should we trust companies like Google and Amazon to regulate themselves? Do we need new legislation to make sure algorithms don’t run amok?
The process puts out the equivalent amount of carbon dioxide as five lifetime emissions of the average American car, as calculated by MIT Technology Review.
Palette Skills’ stated mission is to reduce anxiety about the future, address talent shortages for industries, as well as create new job pathways for workers facing automation.
The fresh funds bring AllyO’s total raised to $64 million, and cofounder Sahil Sahni said they’ll help to further develop the company’s products and expand its reach.
The company, which works out of Vancouver, New York, Toronto, and Calgary, aims to apply data science and user experience design to help private managers perform better.
Users can take a picture or upload an image and StyleSnap will use machine learning to “match the look in the photo” and find similar items for sale on Amazon.com.
The event will features speakers from Slack, IBM, and RBC. Get in free using the code “BetaKitPROMO”.
Twitter has acquired Fabula AI, a London-based startup that uses machine learning (ML) to help detect the spread of misinformation online.