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Vancouver-based Charli AI has announced the limited release of its chat-oriented and no-code workflow solution aimed to automate financial tasks for businesses.
“Microsoft for Startups partnered with PitchBook and All-Raise to publish All In: Women in the VC Ecosystem which highlights global and US-focused trends surrounding female-founded companies and female-led VC funds throughout the last decade. With an increased focus towards supporting women-led businesses, M12 (Microsoft’s Venture Capital arm) has announced the Female Founders Competition for tech startups – deadline closes December 15.”
– Aaiman Aamir, Toronto Reactor Program Manager, Microsoft Reactor
Legendary coder John Carmack is leaving Facebook’s Oculus after six years to focus on a personal project — no less than the creation of Artificial General Intelligence, or “Strong AI.”
cnvrg.io, the Israeli data science platform bringing auto-adaptive machine learning to enterprise, has closed both seed and Series A rounds, totaling $8 million of funding in the last year.
Potloc, a startup that conducts market research using geo-targeted surveys, has announced $13 million in a Series A funding round, closed in July.
An updated analysis from OpenAI shows how dramatically the need for computational resources has increased to reach each new AI breakthrough.
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Montreal-based artificial intelligence provider Stradigi AI has closed a $53 million CAD in Series A funding round.
The London-and-Athens-based startup is also launching an Android app to reach more savers in the UK and beyond.
Moveworks, a startup using AI to help resolve help desk tickets in an automated fashion, announced a $75 million Series B investment today.
For the second year in a row, Canada has refused visas to dozens of researchers – most of them from Africa – who were hoping to attend an artificial intelligence (AI) conference in Vancouver.
Eigen nabs $37M to help banks and others parse huge documents using natural language and “small data”
The round was led by Lakestar and Dawn Capital, with Temasek and Goldman Sachs Growth Equity (which co-led its Series A) also participating. Eigen has now raised $55 million in total.