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DeepMind claims early progress in AI-based predictive protein modelling – TechCrunch

DeepMind claims early progress in AI-based predictive protein modelling – TechCrunch Google -owned AI specialist, DeepMind, has claimed a “significant milestone” in being able to demonstrate the usefulness of artificial intelligence to help with the complex task of predicting 3D structures of proteins based solely on their genetic sequence. Understanding protein …

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Banuba raises $7M to supercharge any app or device with the ability to really see you – TechCrunch

Banuba raises $7M to supercharge any app or device with the ability to really see you – TechCrunch Walking into the office of Viktor Prokopenya – which overlooks a central London park – you would perhaps be forgiven for missing the significance of this unassuming location, just south of Victoria …

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Building a great startup requires more than genius and a great invention – TechCrunch

Building a great startup requires more than genius and a great invention – TechCrunch Many entrepreneurs assume that an invention carries intrinsic value, but that assumption is a fallacy. Here, the examples of the 19th and 20th century inventors Thomas Edison and Nikola Tesla are instructive. Even as aspiring entrepreneurs …

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A new way to explain neural networks – TechCrunch

A new way to explain neural networks – TechCrunch Ben Plomion is the chief image scientist of GumGum. By now, most of us have a general idea of what a neural network is, at least insomuch as its role in enabling the “machine learning” part of what’s considered AI today.  …

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Ultimate.ai nabs $1.3M for a customer service AI focused on non-English markets – TechCrunch

Ultimate.ai nabs $1.3M for a customer service AI focused on non-English markets – TechCrunch For customer service, Ultimate.ai‘s thesis is it’s not humans or AI but humans and AI. The Helsinki- and Berlin-based startup has built an AI-powered suggestion engine that, once trained on clients’ data-sets, is able to provide …

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Alivecor gets a green light from FDA to screen for dangerously high potassium levels in the blood – TechCrunch

Alivecor gets a green light from FDA to screen for dangerously high potassium levels in the blood – TechCrunch The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has granted AliveCor the designation of ‘breakthrough device’ for it’s ability to detect a rare but dangerous blood condition called hyperkalemia without taking any blood …

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As Christie’s auctions its first A.I. painting, the meaning of ‘art’ gets blurrier

As Christie’s auctions its first A.I. painting, the meaning of ‘art’ gets blurrier Later this year, a painting generated by A.I. will go up for auction. Here’s why that’s actually a major milestone for machine intelligence — and its newfound ability to be creative. The post As Christie’s auctions its …

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Your vegetables are going to be picked by robots sooner than you think – TechCrunch

Your vegetables are going to be picked by robots sooner than you think – TechCrunch In the very near future, robots are going to be picking the vegetables that appear on grocery store shelves across America. The automation revolution that’s arrived on the factory floor will make its way to …

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