New York-based startup Spell has just raised $15m in its Series A round of funding led by Eclipse Ventures and Two Sigma Ventures
Facebook has announced a partnership with the Technical University of Munich (TUM), backed with a $7.5m investment, as it aims to support the development of an AI research center.
According to a leaked internal memo, IBM is preparing to kill off its AI collaboration tool Watson Workspace at the end of February due to low customer demand.
A number of tech giants, including Amazon, Apple, Netflix, YouTube and Spotify, have been accused of breaching the EU's GDPR regulations, according to a complaint filed on January 18 with the Austrian Data Protection Authority.
Bigger businesses and larger data pools demand increasingly robust networking solutions.
This week in global tech news, we've witnessed moves to curb election interference by Facebook, BitPay provide evidence that cybercurrencies are remaining resilient in spite of continuing trust issues, and Nike announce the launch of a shoe that embraces modern technology and could transform the way professional athletes select their footwear.
Summits (See Summits Calendar)
- DATAx February - , 2019 , San Francisco
- DATAx March - , 2019 , Singapore
- Digital March - , 2019 , New York
- Analytics April - , 2019 , San Diego
- Finance April - , 2019 , San Diego
In recent years, artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) have moved into the mainstream, leaving R&D behind to become essential parts of fully functioning businesses.
The visualization of data itself is changing and evolving at a faster rate than ever, thanks to advances in computerization and programming that have taken place in recent decades.
Warren Buffett once said, “someone’s sitting in the shade today because someone planted a tree a long time ago”, and when it comes to financial planning and analysis (FP&A), this phrase rings loudly for those currently enjoying the shade, while their competitors struggle in the heat of the sun.
Steve Jobs once famously said, "You can't just ask customers what they want and then try to give that to them