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SenseTime CEO Li Xu said the company plans to use the capital to expand its presence overseas and “widen the scope for more industrial application of AI.”
Facebook is using AI to predict users’ future behavior and selling that data to advertisers (TECHNOLOGYREVIEW)
In confidential documents seen by the Intercept, Facebook touts its ability to “improve” marketing outcomes with what it calls “loyalty prediction.”
This funding brings the company’s total seed investment to $5.2 million.
A study by Proof Inc. found that trust levels for AI are low, with only 38 percent of Canadians reporting that they think AI will have a positive impact on the country’s economy.
Google does a great deal of research into natural language processing and synthesis, but not every project has to be a new Assistant feature or voice improvement. The company has recently posted a few web experiments that let you engage with its word-association systems in a playful way.
Is the world ready for cows armed with artificial intelligence?
ATB Financial is investing $940,000 over the next four years to partner with the University of Alberta.
Juro grabs $2M to take the hassle out of contracts (TECHCRUNCH)
Juro, which is applying a “design centric approach” and machine learning tech to help businesses speed up the authoring and management of sales contracts, raised the funding from Point Nine Capital.
The US Food and Drug Administration approved this week the first software powered by artificial intelligence that replaces the need for a specialized doctor to interpret medical imagery.
RBC also took the top spot for companies hiring in AI.