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Fabricating a circuit board isnt tough but it takes a while. The back and forth, the bugs, and all of the shipping costs can turn a small project into a big problem.
Credit:Jin via Flickr Every startup talks about changing the world, but most arent talking about the world itself or physical things in it. Most simply want to swap data packets and place entries in databases — potentially important bags of bits, but bags of bits nonetheless.
As we inch closer to a time when we may rely on truly autonomous devices to move us or do things on our behalf, the need for software thats able to think on its feet (or mid-air) will be essential. Now, an artificial intelligencestartup working on this emerging area of machine learninghas raised a seed round of funding to try to do just that.
MightyTV, an app that helps you figure out what to watch next, is now available on Android. The startup is led by AdMeld co-founder Brian Adams, and it presents users with a stack of movie and TV recommendations which you swipe through, Tinder-style.
With businesses increasingly keen on incorporating artificial intelligence into their operations, machine learning – the ability for a system to learn from large data sets rather than following preset rules – offers a number of benefits. This might mean building predictive models for fraud prevention in financial services, for example, or retailersmaking better recommendations to their customers.
Coding has never been more popular, and learning to program in Mac OS X is a great skill to get. But which programming language is best to learn?
Joining celebrity investors like Snoop Dogg, Ashton Kutcher, and Justin Bieber, Queen Bey is bringing her supreme business skills to the tech world.Beyonc and the management company she started called Parkwood Entertainment have invested $150,000 into Sidestep, an app for buying concert merchandise and skipping the line to pick it up at the show. Sidestep originally started selling t-shirts and posters for Beyonc on her Formation World Tour.
The ability to read and record genes sits at the base (base pair, if you will) of biotech companies worldwide. So improvements to that ability are kind of like upgrading the specs of the industry itself.
Nextail, a Spanish startup that has developed technology to help retailers better manage inventory levels and, ultimately, sell at higher margins, has closed $1.6 million in new funding. The round was led by Nauta Capital, with participation from existing backer Realiza.
Need to post content to multiple social networks at the same time? A new chatbot called Yalawants tohelp.