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Can artificial intelligence give elephants a winning edge?

Adam Benzion Contributor Share on Twitter Adam Benzion is a serial entrepreneur, writer, tech investor, co-founder of Hackster.io and the CXO of Edge Impulse. More poles by this donor TinyML is giving hardware new life Images of elephants moving the African plains are imprinted on all of our judgments and something easily recognized as a […]

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Deep Vision announces its low-latency AI processor for the edge

Deep Vision, a new AI startup that is building an AI inferencing chip for perimeter computing answers, is coming out of stealth today. The six-year-old company’s brand-new AR-A1 processors promise to strike the balanced relationship between low-grade latency, energy efficiency and compute power for use in anything from sensors to cameras and full-fledged periphery servers. […]

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Google Cloud launches Lending DocAI, its first dedicated mortgage industry tool

Google Cloud today announced the launching of Lending DocAI, its first dedicated service for the mortgage industry. The tool, which is now in preview, is meant to help mortgage corporations speed up the process of evaluating a borrower’s income and asset papers, utilizing specialized machine learning patterns to automate routine report reviews. Some of this […]

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Should you replace your developer portal with a hybrid integration platform?

Peter Kreslins Contributor Share on Twitter Peter Kreslins is co-founder and CTO of Digibee, a leader in holistic and agile approaches to organizations integration. The concept of a developer portal is to provide the necessary technological information to configure and cope communications between an API and internal and external arrangements. Primarily, it was not thought […]

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Snyk acquires DeepCode to boost its code review smarts

Switzerland-based machine learning code review startup DeepCode — which statutes itself as’ Grammarly for coders’ — has been acquired by Snyk, a post-unicorn valuation cybersecurity startup which is focused on helping developers ensure their code. Financial words of the deal have not been disclosed. But the’ big code’ parsing startup has there collected around $5.2 […]

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Google Cloud lets businesses create their own text-to-speech voices

Google launched a few informs to its Contact Center AI product today, but the most interesting one is probably the beta of its new Custom Voice work, which will be allowed brands create their own text-to-speech tones to best represent their own brands. Maybe your busines has a well-known spokesperson for example, but it would […]

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COVID-19 is driving demand for low-code apps

Now that the great Y Combinator run is behind us, we’re returning to a topic many of you really seem to care about: no-code and low-code apps and their development. We’ve explored the theme a few times recently, once from a venture-capital perspective, and another time building from a chat with the CEO of Claris, […]

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5 steps for building a thriving developer community

Bear Douglas Contributor Share on Twitter Bear Douglas contributes Developer Relations at Slack, where she and her unit help developers improve more pleasant and fertile ways to work. Elizabeth Kinsey Contributor Share on Twitter Elizabeth Kinsey is a Senior Marketing Manager, Community at Slack and pass society curricula for Slack makes, builders and makes who […]

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As DevOps takes off, site reliability engineers are flying high

Jason Kong Contributor Jason Kong is an Investor at IVP, where he focuses on identifying and evaluating later-stage enterprise and consumer technology speculations. Cack Wilhelm Contributor Share on Twitter Cack Wilhelm is cooperating at IVP who focuses on growth-stage technology corporation. She provides as a Board Director for CircleCI. Each year, LinkedIn trails the top […]

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The emergence, and now apparently widened presence, of the fiction coronavirus health pandemic has obligated remote working into a moderately standard part of office life for so-called knowledge proletarians. Today, a startup that has built a labor marketplace to help companies source and develop teams of remote developers is announcing some funding as to looks […]

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