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In his new role, Cisneros will direct Algolux’s sales strategy, develop relationships with key accounts, and scale the company for growth and expansion into new markets.
“The biggest losers in the coming machine age will be businesses that face AI-armed competitors, but lack AI themselves.”
Zebra Medical Vision, which uses machine and deep learning to build tools for radiologists, raised the Series C round from aMoon Ventures, with participation from Aurum, Johnson & Johnson Innovation—JJDC Inc., Intermountain Health, and artificial intelligence experts Fei-Fei Li and Richard Socher.
At Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference, Craig Federighi, Apple’s head of software, revealed the next phase of his plan to enliven the app store with AI. It’s a tool called Create ML that’s something like a set of training wheels for building machine learning models in the first place.
One of Zifkin’s concerns is that Canada has been relying on “riding the AI wave.”
Locus, which helps companies map out their logistics, raised the funding from Rocketship.vc, Recruit Strategic Partners, pi Ventures, and DSP Group’s Hemendra Kothari.
This digital privacy filter may be able to protect your identity when applied to a photo.
The technology used to build America’s new Summit machine will also help us make the leap to exascale computing.
The idea is to catch discrimination before it gets baked into models and can cause human damage at scale.
Omnirobotic develops industrial robots to automate processes in the manufacturing industry.
The company certainly talks a good game.
SSENSE and Element AI are jointly sponsoring a $2,000 text-to-image generation challenge at the European Conference on Computer Vision.