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“I don’t think that many companies have that opportunity to be a real platform where you’re defining a space.”
The program will also encourage Microsoft partner businesses to use AI for improved services for people with disabilities.
“We still have a lot of work to do, but we are off in an extremely good architectural direction, and AI will be a crucial part,” said CTO Abhay Parasnis.
Stradigi AI said it plans to work with industry and public institutions like the Vector Institute to build and deliver custom AI solutions.
Intel leads $20 million investment in Gamalon to help companies interpret customer messages through natural language processing
Gamalon is working on a machine learning system capable of natural language processing to manage billions of inbound messages, providing individual responses and communicating ideas and sentiments back to humans.
Avaamo’s platform enables enterprises to deploy omnichannel intelligent assistants in the areas of supply chain, HR, sales support, claims processing, and insurance advisory.
Intel announced $72 million in funding for the 12 newest startups to enter its portfolio, bringing the total invested so far this year to $115 million.
Xanadu, which designs and integrates quantum silicon photonic chips into existing hardware to create full-stack quantum computing, raised the funding from Golden Ventures and Real Ventures.
CEO Yali Saar has said the company sits at the intersection of design and machine learning. The idea is to create technology that understands the best practices of logo design, copywriting, and social media strategy.
Your brunch and sunset photos are helping software learn how to see like humans do.
ThoughtSpot will use the money to upgrade its analytics platform, expand globally including in EMEA and APAC markets, and improve its research and development activities.
Sportlogiq said opening an office in Kitchener-Waterloo will give the company access to resources at the University of Waterloo and potential talent.
Ahead of the lab’s fall opening, Greg Mori’s immediate responsibility is to recruit talent within Vancouver’s tight technology labour market.