This week: SoftBank Launches New $108 Billion Vision Fund To Invest in AI / AWS race to teach Machine Learning / AI & Work Performance Reviews / Governor from NYC signs Legislation to Study AI / China Private Sector betting on Data / 4 major industries revolutionized by Machine Learning and much more. As usual, we report on the latest AI startup funding rounds.
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The AWS DeepRacer is an almost toylike 1/18th scale race car. It comes with all of the sensors and software tools to help developers build machine learning models to drive the car around a course — or really do anything else they want it to do. The $399 DeepRacer launched at AWS’s massive re:Invent show […]
Ping An built an empire around safe and staid products like life insurance. Now it’s betting its future on inventive uses of big data—and gearing up to do battle with fast-growing tech giants like Alibaba. Fender benders, even minor ones, used to mean interminable hassle for Chinese drivers. One could wait hours by the roadside […]
One of the Holy Grails in the world of advertising and marketing has been finding a way to accurately capture and understand what consumers are doing throughout the day, regardless of whether it’s a digital or offline activity. That goal has become even more elusive in recent years, with the surge of regulations around privacy […]