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IBM Is Betting Big on Watson – NYT

Watson, can you grow into a multibillion-dollar business and become the engine of IBM’s resurgence? IBM is betting its future that the answer is yes. Its...

PROWLER.io secures £1.5m seed funding for AI

Cambridge-based artificial intelligence (AI) start-up Prowler.io has closed a £1.5m seed round backed by Passion Capital, Amadeus Capital and Singapore’s Infacomm Investments. Founded by Vishal Chatrath...

Google Expected to Announce the Assistant to Compete with Echo

Google is set to unveil its answer to Echo, an artificially intelligent home device that vaulted Amazon ahead of Google in a race to...

AI hasn’t scratched the surface of ecommerce yet

When it comes to artificial intelligence (AI) has made its way into many aspects of our lives, even into toys for kids like Anki’s Cozmo which...

Under the Radar: Apple acquires AI startup Tuplejump

Apple quietly acquired a little-known Hyderabad-based startup a few months ago for an undisclosed amount and while little is known about what Tuplejump does, the word...

Angel.ai, acqui-hired by Amazon

It looks like Google, which yesterday acquired API.ai, a company that helps developers build conversational interfaces, isn’t the only major tech company hoovering up chat bot...

Inside the Mind of AI Startup Advisor Steve Ardire

In this Cognitive Business interview, we explore the world of AI and cognitive computing, through the eyes of Steve Ardire, a startup advisor who has worked with...

Mike Lynch backs Cambridge law-tech start-up Luminance

Could robots replace lawyers? Probably not, but Cambridge business big-shot Mike Lynch is backing a start-up which aims to harness the power of machine...

Apple Shifting Focus on Self-Driving Car Strategy

Apple is rethinking what it plans to do about self-driving cars, just as other big tech companies appear ready to plow ahead with competing...

DimensionalMechanics builds AI pattern recognition and analysis toolkits

DimensionalMechanics develops off-the-shelf pattern recognition and analysis tools so companies don’t need to build their own artificial intelligence software. Who: Rajeev Dutt, president and CEO The...