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5 Reasons Why Artificial Intelligence Really Is Going To Change Our World

5 Reasons Why Artificial Intelligence Really Is Going To Change Our World

Artificial intelligence (AI) refers to the ability of machines to interpret data and act intelligently, meaning they can make decisions and carry out tasks based on the data at hand – rather like a human does.

Forbes May 8, 2020
CEOs Have Their Heads In The Cloud Around COVID-19

CEOs Have Their Heads In The Cloud Around COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic is hastening many companies’ ongoing migration to the cloud as organizations both small and large see their workforce turned into a well-distributed, stay-at-home army.

Forbes May 8, 2020
How Are Companies Using AI To Enhance The Customer Experience?

How Are Companies Using AI To Enhance The Customer Experience?

Organizations are turning to technology to help stay connected and engaged with customers. As social distancing has put a hamper on in-person experiences, stores and brands are looking for additional ways to still provide their products and services to customers.

Forbes May 7, 2020
Dtex, a specialist in insider threat cybersecurity, raises $17.5M

Dtex, a specialist in insider threat cybersecurity, raises $17.5M

A lot of enterprise cybersecurity efforts focus on malicious hackers that work on behalf of larger organizations, be they criminal groups or state actors — and for good reason since the majority of incidents these days come from phishing and other malicious techniques that originate outside the enterprise itself.

Tech Crunch May 7, 2020
How coronavirus set the stage for a techno-future with robots and AI

How coronavirus set the stage for a techno-future with robots and AI

Now, in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, the idea of relying on computers and robotics, and checking out groceries by simply picking them off the shelf doesn’t seem so peculiar after all.

Tech Xplore May 7, 2020
Top VCs discuss how COVID-19 is impacting robotics

Top VCs discuss how COVID-19 is impacting robotics

In the space of several weeks, COVID-19 has transformed countless industries and will continue to do so in ways we can only imagine.

Tech Crunch May 7, 2020
Runa Capital closes Fund III at $157M, with an added focus on quantum computing

Runa Capital closes Fund III at $157M, with an added focus on quantum computing

VC fund Runa Capital was launched with $135 million in 2010 and is perhaps best known for its investment into NGINX, which powers many web sites today.

Tech Crunch May 6, 2020
Microsoft to open first data center in New Zealand as cloud usage grows

Microsoft to open first data center in New Zealand as cloud usage grows

In spite of being in the midst of a pandemic sowing economic uncertainty, one area that continues to thrive is cloud computing. Perhaps that explains why Microsoft, which saw Azure grow 59% in its most recent earnings report, announced plans to open a new data centre in New Zealand once it receives approval from the Overseas Investment Office.

Tech Crunch May 6, 2020
Developing AI robots for healthcare

Developing AI robots for healthcare

A robot that can measure the body temperature of people, for example in the waiting rooms of the hospital, is under development by researchers at Umeå University and the University Hospital of Umeå.

Tech Xplore May 4, 2020
How AI Can Help Companies Thrive In Post-Pandemic Uncertainty

How AI Can Help Companies Thrive In Post-Pandemic Uncertainty

In the last week, globally, we are slowly moving into a post-pandemic world. In the U.S. where the Covid-19 pandemic affected everyone, states are starting to open up.

Forbes May 1, 2020
Malta's regulator publishes list of unlicensed digital currency firms

Malta's regulator publishes list of unlicensed digital currency firms

The Malta Financial Services Agency (MFSA) has published a list detailing 57 fintech and cryptocurrency companies that have failed to secure a licence by virtue of not completing the regulatory process.

International Investment May 1, 2020
Alibaba Cloud will invest $28 billion more into its infrastructure over the next three years

Alibaba Cloud will invest $28 billion more into its infrastructure over the next three years

Alibaba Cloud announced today that it will invest another RMB 200 billion (or about $28 billion) into its infrastructure over the next three years, prompted in part by increased demand for services like video conferencing and live streaming as businesses adapt to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Tech Crunch April 20, 2020
Machines Protecting Themselves Is The Future Of Cybersecurity

Machines Protecting Themselves Is The Future Of Cybersecurity

Bottom Line: Existing approaches to securing IT infrastructure are proving unreliable as social engineering and breach attempts succeed in misdirecting human responses to cyber threats, accentuating the need for machines to protect themselves.

Forbes April 20, 2020
Grain, a startup built expressly atop of Zoom, has raised $4 million

Grain, a startup built expressly atop of Zoom, has raised $4 million

Whenever a platform breaks out, companies emerge to seize on its reach by building their services or products atop it. It happened with Facebook and Twitter and Slack. Now, it’s happening with Zoom, the video conferencing company that took the world by storm earlier this year as the coronavirus sent people around the globe indoors and into self-imposed isolation.

Tech Crunch April 17, 2020
Molotov partners with SchoolMouv to offer video lessons

Molotov partners with SchoolMouv to offer video lessons

Schools have been closed for the past month in France. That’s why French startup Molotov is leveraging its over-the-top TV service to offer content for children of all ages. In particular, the company has partnered with SchoolMouv, a company that offers videos, exercises and more.

Tech Crunch April 17, 2020
Crypto Finance AG raises €13.3 million to expand its blockchain services

Crypto Finance AG raises €13.3 million to expand its blockchain services

Swiss startup Crypto Finance AG, a blockchain-centered fintech, has successfully completed a Series B investment round, raising around €13.3 million.

EU-Startups April 16, 2020

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