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Element AI is offering a free AI-powered platform aimed to help researchers find solutions and patterns in COVID-19 research papers.
Microsoft is excited to support the COVID-19 Global Hackathon, an opportunity for innovators to build solutions that drive social impact, with the aim of tackling some of the challenges related to the current coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. We’re encouraging YOU to #BuildforCOVID19 using technologies of your choice.
“This clause might be a killer for the tech ecosystem.”
The studio behind Pokémon Go announced that it has acquired 6D.ai, a promising SF-based augmented reality startup focused on building software that allowed smartphone cameras to rapidly detect the 3D layouts of spaces around them.
“I believe this is a decent option for companies who don’t meet the 75 percent wage subsidy requirements.”
OctoML is charging ahead with its machine learning deployment software and on Friday announced a $15 million investment round to help support growth.
Jesper Brodin, Ingka Group CEO, the parent company of Ikea talks with Bloomberg’s Scarlet Fu and Romaine Bostick on the company’s acquisition of Geomagical Labs and the impact of the coronavirus.
Recorded in quarantine, BetaKit has a new podcast to help Canadian tech make it through COVID-19.
In the end, Agent57 is an accomplishment, but the team says it can stand to be improved in a few different ways.
The Partners Covid-19 Screener provides a simple, straightforward chat interface, presenting patients with a series of questions based on content from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Partners HealthCare experts.
Apple Inc. acquired Voysis, an artificial intelligence startup that developed a platform for digital voice assistants to better understand people’s natural language.
A Chicago startup building AI software for enterprises just landed a new round of funding to help more companies with artificial intelligence and machine learning.
Phantom AI, a startup developing advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS) for cars and trucks, has announced that it has raised $22 million.