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Salesforce: Sales teams are increasingly bullish on AI

Salesforce: Sales teams are increasingly bullish on AI

Salesforce released its third annual State of Sales report on Monday, a compendium of insights, trends, and surveys from over 2,900 sales professionals worldwide. It shows AI playing an increasingly
Okta Launches Sign In with Okta, Business Authentication for App Providers

Okta Launches Sign In with Okta, Business Authentication for App Providers

PRESS RELEASE: Okta, Inc. (NASDAQ:OKTA), the leading independent provider of identity for the enterprise, today announced Sign In with Okta, a secure authentication system for app providers and
Okta Announces Project Onramp: Set Up Apps from Okta with One Click

Okta Announces Project Onramp: Set Up Apps from Okta with One Click

PRESS RELEASE: Okta, Inc. (NASDAQ:OKTA), the leading independent provider of identity for the enterprise, today announced Project Onramp, a new initiative that allows IT admins to find, test, set up
Okta and Workplace by Facebook Partner to Power and Secure Enterprise Collaboration

Okta and Workplace by Facebook Partner to Power and Secure Enterprise Collaboration

PRESS RELEASE: Okta, Inc. (NASDAQ:OKTA), the leading independent provider of identity for the enterprise, and Workplace by Facebook today announced a partnership and product integration to give
Canalys: Google shipped more smart speakers than Amazon in Q1 2018

Canalys: Google shipped more smart speakers than Amazon in Q1 2018

Despite the growing popularity of Amazon’s Echo smart speakers, Google’s global shipments of Home series speakers surged during the first quarter of 2018, surpassing Amazon’s shipments for the first
Heartland Tech Weekly: The serial entrepreneur’s dilemma

Heartland Tech Weekly: The serial entrepreneur’s dilemma

This week, I wrote about a new startup out of Fayetteville, Arkansas called Engine. Cofounder John James had previously founded another startup in the area called Acumen Brands, which raised about
IBM CEO Ginni Rometty calls on developers to embrace responsible AI principles

IBM CEO Ginni Rometty calls on developers to embrace responsible AI principles

Joining a growing chorus of calls for a more balanced approach to innovation, IBM CEO Ginni Rometty spelled out her company’s philosophy around development of artificial intelligence and urged other
Salesforce data scientist surveys the state of AI-assisted photography

Salesforce data scientist surveys the state of AI-assisted photography

Saleforce's Michael Sollami gave a talk on recent advances on computational photography at the Re-Work Deep Learning Summit.
Microsoft is developing a tool to help engineers catch bias in algorithms

Microsoft is developing a tool to help engineers catch bias in algorithms

Microsoft is developing a tool that can detect bias in artificial intelligence algorithms with the goal of helping businesses use AI without running the risk of discriminating against certain people.
Cubism is a tranquil VR puzzler about building abstract shapes

Cubism is a tranquil VR puzzler about building abstract shapes

Cubism is an elegant puzzler about building 3D shapes in virtual reality. It’s the latest game from indie developer Thomas Van Bouwel, who previously worked on the VR game Panoptic, and it will launch
Qualcomm claims its on-device voice recognition is 95% accurate

Qualcomm claims its on-device voice recognition is 95% accurate

Engineers at Qualcomm are developing an on-device voice assistant that can recognize words and phrases with 95 percent accuracy.
LG develops AI to deal with nausea in VR

LG develops AI to deal with nausea in VR

Researchers at LG and Songang University are using artificial intelligence to reduce motion blur and latency in virtual reality headset displays.
Chrome 67 arrives with Generic Sensor API and BigInt support

Chrome 67 arrives with Generic Sensor API and BigInt support

Google has released Chrome 67 with the Generic Sensor API, WebXR Device API (origin trial), Web Authentication API, BigInt support, plus the usual security improvements and new developer features.
Alpha raises $10 million to automate product validation with AI

Alpha raises $10 million to automate product validation with AI

Alpha, a New York-based product insights platform, uses AI to validate products and roadmaps. It recently raised $10 million.
Tobii Pro VR Analytics turns your eye movements into design and training data

Tobii Pro VR Analytics turns your eye movements into design and training data

Eye movement tracking might sound like a dystopian nightmare, but as the technology is continuing to improve and beginning to go mainstream, the tracking data is becoming more useful. Tobii, maker of
Mapbox launches Vision SDK and partners with Mobileye to manage self-driving car data

Mapbox launches Vision SDK and partners with Mobileye to manage self-driving car data

Mapbox announced the launch of its Vision SDK, an AI-powered toolkit that allows developers to alert drivers of objects on the road. It also announced a partnership with Mobileye that'll see its
Google expands AR Expeditions and brings Just a Line AR drawing to iPhone

Google expands AR Expeditions and brings Just a Line AR drawing to iPhone

Weeks after releasing ARCore 1.2 for Android and iOS devices, Google is broadening its cross-platform augmented reality support today across two applications. The educational VR/AR app Expeditions is
Apple reportedly poaches senior Intel staffers for secret Oregon hardware lab

Apple reportedly poaches senior Intel staffers for secret Oregon hardware lab

Apple has reportedly opened a “secret” hardware engineering lab in Washington County, Oregon and hired employees who previously held senior research and engineering positions at Intel. According to
AI is surfacing B2B sales opportunities in every interaction (VB Live)

AI is surfacing B2B sales opportunities in every interaction (VB Live)

VB LIVE: Artificial intelligence has evolved to the point where any B2B sales organization that leverages AI will see measurable improvements in customer engagement, LTV, and overall sales. Learn more
Google expected to rake in $250 million from AI drone research

Google expected to rake in $250 million from AI drone research

Google expected to rake in as much as $250 million in revenue from controversial military AI contracts like Project Maven, leaked emails show.