Daily AI Roundup covers the latest Artificial Intelligence announcements on AI capabilities, AI mobility products, Robotic Service, Technology from SiriusXM, Solvvy, Noble.AI, Kaizo, Klarrio, Facebook and Discover.Film.
SiriusXM announced that Pearl Jam Radio, the band’s exclusive SiriusXM channel, is creating special programming surrounding the release of Gigaton, Pearl Jam’s new album that will air in its entirety on Friday, March 27.
Solvvy, an intelligent customer support platform, announced that the Company is offering an extended free service to healthcare providers and government agencies as they work to cope with increased customer requests and reduced support levels during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Noble.AI, whose artificial intelligence (AI) software is purpose-built for engineers, scientists, and researchers and enables them to innovate and make discoveries faster, announced that it had completed contributions to TensorFlow, the world’s most popular open-source framework for deep learning created by Google.
Dutch startup Kaizo, formerly known as Ticketless, announces a $3 million seed round led by Gradient Ventures, Google’s AI-focused venture fund, and Partech, with participation from several angel investors.
Facebook announced that Robert M. Kimmitt, former Deputy Secretary of the Treasury and U.S. Ambassador to Germany, has been appointed to the company’s Board of Directors as lead independent director, effective immediately.
Discover.Film, the leading free platform for quality short films, has partnered with Huawei, the global telecoms provider servicing a third of the world’s population. This collaboration will see the Discover.film platform as a preloaded app within Huawei Video on over 100 million handsets globally.