Monthly Archives: February 2018

Feature Labs launches out of MIT to accelerate the development of machine learning algorithms

Posted by on 22 February, 2018

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 Feature Labs, a startup with roots in research begun at MIT, officially launched today with a set of tools to help data scientists build machine learning algorithms more quickly. Co-founder and CEO Max Kantor says the company has developed a way to automate “feature engineering,” which is often a time consuming and manual process for data scientists. “Feature Labs helps… Read More

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Teampay raises $4m so you don’t have to steal your CEO’s credit card anymore

Posted by on 22 February, 2018

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 Few problems are as much of a headache for the modern corporate worker as buying things on the company’s dime. Companies are loathe to hand out credit cards to everyone in the building, but they also want their employees to do your job without having to fill out six forms in triplicate to requisition a pencil. They also want to control spending and track who bought that $2,000 bottle… Read More

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Falcon.io buys Komfo from Sitecore as social media management consolidates

Posted by on 22 February, 2018

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 Falcon.io, a startup out of Denmark that helps businesses manage their presence across social media and messaging platforms, has acquired a competitor in a wider trend of consolidation in the market for such services. It is buying Komfo from customer experience software developer Sitecore, which itself was majority acquired by EQT for $1.1 billion in 2016. Falcon.io is not disclosing the terms… Read More

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Onward helps businesses automate their customer service

Posted by on 21 February, 2018

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 How much can customer service be automated? Onward has some straightforward targets — 40 percent of tickets and 40 percent of messages should be automated, and average response times should be 40 seconds on average. Founders Rémi Cossart and Pramod Thammaiah describe this as Automation40 — basically, a set of goals for businesses looking to bring more automation into the… Read More

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Google tries to make Android more enterprise-friendly with new recommendation program

Posted by on 21 February, 2018

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 With so many Android devices out there to choose from, it’s not always easy to find one that’s enterprise-friendly. To help alleviate that problem, Google announced the Android Enterprise Recommended program today. As the name implies, it’s designed to point enterprise IT departments at devices that Google has deemed to be enterprise-ready. This involves a number of… Read More

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Google’s Cloud IoT Core is now generally available

Posted by on 21 February, 2018

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 Cloud IoT Core, Google’s fully managed service for connecting, managing and ingesting data from IoT devices, is now out of beta and generally available. Google envisions the service, which launched in public beta last September, as the first entry point for IoT data into its cloud. Once the data has been ingested, users can use Cloud IoT Core to push data to Google’s cloud… Read More

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SharpestMinds wants to help startups find AI talent before Google and Facebook snatch them

Posted by on 21 February, 2018

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 Google and other tech giants often have huge recruiting efforts that can target students — but startups might not have those kinds of resources to find or grab them before they head off to those huge companies. The biggest tech companies in the world can offer a lot of resources and bigger compensation packages, but startups may still offer a huge opportunity too. That’s why… Read More

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Vectra raises $36M for its AI-based approach to cybersecurity intrusion detection

Posted by on 21 February, 2018

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 With the trend of growing cybercrime showing no indication of abating, a startup called Vectra that has built an artificial intelligence-based system called Cognito to detect cyberattacks and mobilise security systems to respond to them has raised $36 million to expand its R&D and business development. This Series D comes on the back of a strong year for the startup, with 181 percent growth… Read More

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Outsourcing management startup 4me announces $1.65 million seed investment led by Storm Ventures

Posted by on 21 February, 2018

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 4me, a startup that helps companies organize and track their IT outsourcing projects, announced a $1.65 million seed investment led by Storm Ventures. The company, which launched in 2010, would seem to be a bit long in tooth to warrant a seed investment round, but co-founder and CEO Cor Winkler Prins explained that the founders both had successful exits from previous service management… Read More

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Crunchbase opens a marketplace for 3rd-party data in bid to be the ‘master database for companies’

Posted by on 21 February, 2018

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 Last year, when tech-company database Crunchbase (once a part of TechCrunch but since spun out) announced a funding round of $18 million, it previewed plans for a new marketplace where it would sell access to third-party data to supplement its own information. Now nearly one year later, it’s taking the wraps off that project.
Today the company announced a new service called Crunchbase… Read More

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