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Selected organizations will receive support from Google’s AI experts, Google.org grant funding from a $25 million pool, and credit and consulting from Google Cloud.
DataRobot’s funding was led by Meritech and Sapphire Ventures.
Spoke, a startup that wants to simplify the way companies add and process help desk tickets using artificial intelligence underpinnings, has enhanced its AI engine to allow for more complex queries.
The new office will be focused on investing in early-stage AI companies.
The tech giant reveals two new training programs to boost AI-related skills in business and in universities.
The system has been used to personalize M suggestions, customize notifications and optimize video.
The round included lead investor Sallyport Investments alongside Y Combinator, Real Ventures, Moment Ventures, and ZhenFund.
The Series C round is being led by existing investor Providence Strategic Growth Capital Partners L.L.C.
H1, a live data insights platform for diseases, raised its funding from Shore Group.
FutureFit AI, which is building a platform to re-skill and upskill the workforce, was one such startup that also got selected for the US Department of Education’s Reimagining Higher Education Ecosystem Challenge Top 25.
New research from OpenAI uses curious AI to beat video games.
The funding was led by Lightspeed Venture Partners, with participation from existing investors Redpoint Ventures and Resolute Ventures.
New and existing investors include certain funds of Fidelity Investments Canada ULC, Kayne Partners, Canaccord Genuity Group, and National Bank of Canada.
This Series B round was led by Line and Mirai Creation Fund.