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  • Box Graph unleashes relationships between content and users

    Box Graph unleashes relationships between content and users

    Box has vast amounts of content in its stores, and as it begins to apply artificial intelligence and machine learning to make it easier to surface, it also wants to expose each piece of content and how it relates to other content and users. To help achieve that, the company announced the Box Graph today at BoxWorks. “The Box Graph enables customers to predictively recommend content… Read More

  • Box Skills applies AI and machine learning to growing multimedia content

    Box Skills applies AI and machine learning to growing multimedia content

    Box CEO Aaron Levie has always had a vision for the company that extended well beyond its earliest use case as way to transfer files between machines online. His company has continually kept looking to the future at ways the Box toolset could adapt to the changing needs of the market. More than a decade after launching the company and almost three years after going public, the company continues… Read More

  • NumberAI raises $1.6M to make business landline numbers smarter

    NumberAI raises $1.6M to make business landline numbers smarter

    The phone number is probably one of the most important identifying numbers in your life — it’s how people reach out and get in touch with you outside of Facebook, Google, and whatnot. But the landline phone number, especially for small businesses, has basically gone nowhere in years. That’s where NumberAI and Tasso Roumeliotis’ team come in. The company launched to… Read More

  • Cloud Foundry adds native Kubernetes support for running containers

    Cloud Foundry adds native Kubernetes support for running containers

    Cloud Foundry, the open-source platform as a service (PaaS) offering, has become somewhat of a de facto standard in the enterprise for building and managing applications in the cloud or in their own data centers. The project, which is supported by the Linux Foundation, is announcing a number of updates at its annual European user conference this week. Read More

  • Cap table apps team up as Solium acquires Capshare

    Cap table apps team up as Solium acquires Capshare

    Uber, SpaceX and Stripe rely on Solium to keep track of all their shareholders and stock plans; 10,000 smaller startups turn to Capshare for more streamlined equity software that’s not clumsy like spreadsheets. Now Solium is buying out Capshare and letting it run independently, so together they can handle shareholder management from inception to IPO. Read More

  • Petuum secures $93M Series B to push AI into the mainstream

    Petuum secures $93M Series B to push AI into the mainstream

    With a shortage of machine learning developers bearing down on the industry, startups and big tech companies alike are moving to democratize the tools necessary to commercialize artificial intelligence. The latest startup, Petuum, is announcing a $93 million Series B this morning from Softbank and Advantech Capital. Founded last year by Dr. Eric Xing, a Carnegie Mellon machine learning… Read More

  • Standard Cognition gets $5M to build a machine vision-powered checkout

    Standard Cognition gets $5M to build a machine vision-powered checkout

    While image recognition in photos and video has become increasingly sophisticated at an incredible rate, Standard Cognition co-founder Jordan Fisher says everyone is chasing autonomous driving — or, the “shiny object,” as he calls it. That’s not the aim of Fisher and his team, who set out to start a company that’s focused on streamlining the checkout experience. Read More

  • Salesforce takes another shot at IoT

    Salesforce takes another shot at IoT

    Everyone wants a piece of the Internet of Things, and why not? If predictions come to fruition, there are going to be billions and billions of devices and sensors broadcasting information at us by 2020, and someone has to make sense of it and point us to the data that matters. Salesforce wants to be that company (or at least one of them). Salesforce has never been shy about jumping on the… Read More

  • Upskill Skylight update aimed at bringing augmented reality to mainstream

    Upskill Skylight update aimed at bringing augmented reality to mainstream

    Upskill wants to be the development platform for your smart glasses, regardless of the brand. This agnostic approach is fairly unusual for companies building augmented reality applications and it provides enterprises with a neutral way to build these applications to work across different smart glasses systems. Company CEO Brian Ballard says the hardware is beginning to mature, but… Read More

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