Saturday, March 23, 2019

Chinese game developer Kunlun invests $3 million in Silicon Valley AI company

Publicly traded Chinese gaming company Beijing Kunlun Technology Co. Ltd.announced on Wednesday a $3 million USD investment in Kunlun AI, a new company jointly established by Kunlun Tech’s Hong Kong subsidiary and a few undisclosed partners. Kunlun Tech...

Woebot is the World’s First Mental Health Chatbot

Working 24 hours a day, 365 days a year across more than 130 countries, Woebot is undoubtedly a busy therapeutic chatbot. The good news is that Woebot recently secured $8 million to gain access to mental...

Executive Interview: Atul Arya, Blackstraw.ai

Blackstraw.ai Seeks to Fast-Track AI Adoption with Smart Building Blocks AI Trends recently caught up with Atul Arya, CEO and Founder of Blackstraw. The veteran machine learning leader most recently at Nielsen is transforming the AI...

Why an AI Pioneer Ditched Silicon Valley for Beijing

Mo Zhang is revolutionizing the path from seeing a product to buying it. Say you’re watching a program on a smart TV or another device, and you like an outfit being worn by a...

AI in Edmonton: Home to Reinforcement Learning

Edmonton, Home to Reinforcement Learning, now a Foundation of AI, is Retaining AI Talent, Attracting Investment Including DeepMind The capital of Edmonton in the Canadian province of Alberta, like its counterparts in Toronto and Montreal,...

Weekly Brief: AI Making Inroads Into Maritime Industry via Startups

The traditional maritime industry is about to be disrupted by marine technology startups incorporating AI, robotics and other new technology that have the potential to lower costs and improve outcomes. Here is a review...

Here Are 50 Women-Led Startups That Are Crushing Tech

Every year we talk about how this will be the Year of the Woman because of the incredible advances women are making. There's no doubt that 2019 will go down in history as the first time...

Keeping Sharks at Bay with the Help of AI

Does the idea to use artificial intelligence (AI), drones and electric force fields to prevent sharks from eating human bathers have teeth? Several tech start-ups in Australia say yes. Officials in the United States are...

AI Start-up Umbo CV Raises $2.8M – Brings Deep Neural Network to the Security...

Umbo CV, an artificial intelligence start-up and provider of event recognition systems that think and learn like humans for the professional security industry, announced that it completed a $2.8 million round of seed funding...

Looking for Startups Pertaining to AI Self-Driving Cars

By Lance Eliot, the AI Trends Insider Hear ye, hear ye! Start-up’s, start your engines. There’s a bonanza of AI self-driving car start-ups and likely many more soon to be birthed. It’s a sensible thing...






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