Degreed gets $42M to help build a tool to help employees learn the right skills

Posted by on 6 March, 2018

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 When an employee is looking to advance in their career, where they work might have a kind of strict hierarchical path for the role they’re in and what titles come next — but there’s a good chance that employee might want to try something new without leaving their company. Instead of going from just an agent to a manager of agents, or following some existing promotion line,… Read More

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Justworks raises $40M to build a simpler business operations suite

Posted by on 6 March, 2018

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 Isaac Oates runs a startup that’s looking to be a complete suite of operational tools like human resources and payroll for businesses — but he and his team initially didn’t get why users kept asking better reporting tools over and over again. It’s indicative of the constant push-and-pull startups and founders face when having to juggle the hopes and dreams of their own… Read More

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UiPath confirms $153M at $1.1B valuation from Accel, CapitalG and KP for its “software robots”

Posted by on 6 March, 2018

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 Last week, we reported that UiPath, a startup out of Romania building AI-based services for enterprises in the area of robotic process automation (RPA) — helping businesses automate mundane tasks in back-office IT systems — was about to close a big round, upwards of $120 million at a $1 billion-plus valuation. Today, the company is making it official (and officially… Read More

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Salesforce introduces automated query building feature in Einstein Analytics

Posted by on 5 March, 2018

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 Salesforce introduced a new feature to Einstein Analytics today called conversational queries. It’s not conversational in the Alexa sense of conversation, at least not yet, but it does recognize the most common query types as you’re typing, providing faster access to data and analytics in a natural language query style. “Now, with Conversational Queries, users can type… Read More

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Qualcomm is pushing back its pivotal shareholder meeting this week amid a regulatory review

Posted by on 5 March, 2018

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 Massive chipmaker Qualcomm, currently targeted by aggressive acquisition attempts by Broadcom, is now delaying a pivotal meeting with shareholders this week that would determine its fate going forward by at least a month to comply with regulators regarding the deal. The CFIUS — the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States — has requested that Qualcomm delay the… Read More

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Shogun wants to help businesses easily build a better online storefront

Posted by on 5 March, 2018

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 Finbarr Taylor and Nick Raushenbush had started a little side project that was making just about enough money to keep the site’s lights on while they were working on their next plans. Then, a few months later, Shogun — a tool to help small businesses build shopfronts for sites like Shopify — started making a bit more. After a few months, it went from a nice dinner to a… Read More

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Virtru’s new API brings encryption tech built by ex-NSA engineer to third-party developers

Posted by on 5 March, 2018

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 Virtru co-founder Will Ackerly developed the company’s underlying encryption technology while he was working as an engineer at the NSA, so it’s fair to say he knows a thing or two about the subject. The company has been delivering encryption products for email and files in transit for several years now, mainly through a partnership with Google GMail and Microsoft Office… Read More

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UiPath raising around $120M at $1B+ valuation for its ‘software robots’ for internal business tasks

Posted by on 2 March, 2018

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 The initial hype around bots — applications that run partly or entirely using natural language processing, machine learning, computer vision and other AI tech to help consumers ask and answer questions, buy things and get other stuff done — may have waned a bit, but a startup building the equivalent for the enterprise world, in a fast-growing field called robotic process automation,… Read More

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Microsoft advances several of its hosted artificial intelligence algorithms

Posted by on 1 March, 2018

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 Microsoft Cognitive Services is home to the company’s hosted artificial intelligence algorithms. Today, the company announced advances to several Cognitive Services tools including Microsoft Custom Vision Service, the Face API and Bing Entity Search . Joseph Sirosh, who leads the Microsoft’s cloud AI efforts, defined Microsoft Cognitive Services in a company blog post announcing… Read More

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Dropbox to add native G Suite integration in new partnership with Google

Posted by on 1 March, 2018

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 It’s been an eventful week for Dropbox coming off its announcement last Friday that it was finally going public, but that doesn’t mean the business stops. The company announced plans to partner with Google today to bring native G Suite integration to Dropbox storage. The fact is that more than 50 percent of Dropbox users have a G Suite account — which includes GMail along… Read More

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