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The company has been working with Microsoft for the last year and a half to support Teams and Office 365.
Much of the foundational research into artificial intelligence originated in Canada, but we’ll have to work to stay a leader in the field.
Cognoa’s CEO Brent Vaughan says the company’s ultimate goal is to become a standard part of domestic health insurance-covered medical provision — and for that, FDA clearance is essential to opening the doors.
Korean AI startup Skelter Labs raises $9.3 million (READITQUIK)
Skelter Labs, which works with several businesses and enterprises in Korea to provide machine learning and AI-based solutions, raised the funding from Kakao, a Korean internet and messaging behemoth.
The company is working to go public on the Canadian Securities Exchange in the next 90 days.
Experts say it could provide a simpler way to predict cardiovascular risk.
This round is being led by Atlantic Bridge Capital, with participation from Ireland’s Strategic Investment Fund (ISIF) and Nissho Electronics Corp.
Capillary, which offers cloud SaaS to retail and consumer goods companies in India and abroad, plans to use the funding to strengthen product development capabilities, especially around AI and machine learning.
The program is open to both Canadian and international students.
Cloud support will include Xiaomi using Microsoft Azure for data storage, bandwidth and computing and other cloud services. Meanwhile, Xiaomi’s efforts in laptops and “laptop-style devices” that run Windows will be co-marketed by Microsoft.
The building blocks of AI are becoming more affordable and easier to work with. A new report explains why that opens the door to additional risks.