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Eyesover uses online data to provide real-time market research and public opinion analysis.
The Series A funding was led by Signal Peak Ventures, with participation from Two Sigma Ventures, Symmetrical Ventures, Fuel Capital, Hallett Capital, and Atlanta Seed Company.
A study published by a team from Google and Harvard shows that an artificial intelligence system was more reliable at detecting the locations of earthquake aftershocks than a widely-used model for predictions, known as the Coulomb failure stress change.
The funding will allow the company to expand into new markets, including Ontario and British Columbia.
The Silicon Valley company says it plans to work on fraud detection and data extraction as part of a push toward refined identity verification.
Cloudian, which specializes in helping businesses store petabytes of data, raised the funding from Digital Alpha, Fidelity Eight Roads, Goldman Sachs, INCJ, JPIC, and others.
An August 27 Ontario Superior Court of Justice ruling written by Justice Frederick Myers determined that the government’s plan to seemingly exclude Tesla owners from receiving an electric vehicle subsidy was “unlawful.”
“With this tool, we hope to remove one of cancer’s trump cards.”
Self-driving car company AutoX is testing its technology by bringing people their food orders.
Microsoft has announced a couple of AI-centric updates for OneDrive and SharePoint users with an Office 365 subscription that brings more of the company’s machine learning smarts to its file storage services.
Pagaya provides an AI-based asset management platform which manages institutional money by investing in market opportunities previously inaccessible to the asset management industry.