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The hub provides DC students and alumni opportunities to gain AI and ML skills.
Find out what Canada offers to boost the tech talent ecosystem, according to theBoardlist founder Sukhinder Singh Cassidy.
Fano Labs uses speech recognition and natural language processing to help out at call centres. No, the robots aren’t taking those jobs (yet), but they are helping call centres to run more efficiently.
As more AI gets done on remote servers, Google, Amazon, and Microsoft are dueling to see who reigns supreme (and makes the most money).
Fluenty’s digital assistant can suggest smart replies and predict what you want to do next.
The round was led by Global Founders Capital, with participation from MMC Ventures, Paua Ventures, and several other unnamed new investors.
CTOs should be prepared for a world with limited structure, the founder said.
Ripcord provides companies with robots and software for digitizing the reams of paper documents they have sitting around the office or in offsite storage facilities.
This year, an array of startups working on their own variations of hardware powering future devices built on top of AI received enormous amounts of funding. Some of these startups have nowhere near a massive install base (or have yet to ship a product) but already appear to have no trouble raising financing.
In a world where artificial intelligence is gaining traction and being applied in a variety of ways, is it really possible for AI to do intuitive things better than humans can, such as marketing messaging?
Ooma plans to integrate Butterfleye’s camera into its Ooma Home security solution, but the company will also continue to sell the camera under its original brand.
BetaKit’s first #longform piece tracks the last 15 years of Toronto tech.