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Ottawa’s MindBridge has acquired Brevis Limited, an accountancy technology firm based in the United Kingdom.
“Just announced, companies in the Microsoft for Startups program will receive access to GitHub Enterprise, providing additional security, compliance & deployment controls as teams scale. They will also have access to Microsoft Power Platform which empowers startups to analyze data, build solutions, automate processes and create virtual agents.”
– Adam Nanjee, Microsoft for Startups
Turing’s founders claim that it is able to save companies millions of dollars by reducing the average time it takes to formulate and test new products, from an average of 12 to 24 months down to a matter of weeks.
BlueDot had spotted what would come to be known as COVID-19, nine days before the World Health Organization released its statement alerting people to the emergence of a novel coronavirus.
Two Montreal-based startups have announced fresh funding rounds to fuel their growth. Here’s the latest on who raised how much, from whom.
Google’s DeepMind is putting its artificial intelligence systems to a new task: trying to figure out certain properties of the novel coronavirus which has killed thousands in the past couple of months.
Canada has made a marked improvement from last year’s CB Insights’ AI 100 list, with eight Canadian artificial intelligence startups placing on the list.
The team built the chip out of a sheet of tungsten diselenide just a few atoms thick, etched with light-sensing diodes.
Waymo, Google parent company Alphabet’s autonomous vehicles division, just got a massive capital infusion from a coterie of investors.
Collision, the major North American tech conference, announced on Friday that it has decided to cancel the event over concerns for COVID-19.
AI detected the coronavirus long before the world’s population really knew what it was.
For International Women’s Day, BetaKit has compiled a collection of talking points, educational tools, and support resources.