Vianai Raises $50M to Simplify Machine Learning Tech

Machine learning AI

Mostly, new startups don’t get a $50 million seed; they raise significantly less like Kuda only raised $1.6 million. However, this happened with Vianai, an early-stage startup that Vishal Sikka started. He was a former SAP executive and Infosys managing director. Recently, the company launched to transform machine learning. This week, the startup had a party at Oracle Open World. Sikka delivered an important keynote and demonstrated the product to the audience. Over the past two years, Sikka has constantly been thinking about the overall impact of machine learning and…

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HappyOrNot Raises $25 million for its customer satisfaction terminals

HappyOrNot Customer service

The current era is the digital era where customer experience in the world is being infused with technology. Today, we have systems that replace the sensors and cashiers in stores. We also have other locations to track where customers are walking, and smart mirrors that give the items you can try on. Today, one of the startups, HappyOrNot, is enhancing the user experience by announcing another funding round. HappyOrNot uses hardware to know whether the customers are satisfied with a certain service or not. Today, the company has announced that…

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Aliro raises $2.7 million to ‘Democratize’ Quantum Computing

Quantum Computing

Although Quantum computing is still developing, many new startups are taking advantage of this technology to promote their businesses. Now, Aliro Technologies has built a code, which would make developing code quite easy for the quantum surroundings. The company is announcing its funding of $2.7 million in a new funding round. Flybridge Capital Partners is leading the seed round. Other partners include Crosslink Ventures and Samsung NEXT’s Q Fund, a fund the investor launched a year ago, dedicated specifically to AI and quantum computing. Aliro has arrived in the market…

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LinkedIn will let you display skills and tests for employers

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The Microsoft-owned company, LinkedIn, is a popular social networking service around the world. Today, it is completing its final efforts to provide its users with the best tools of presenting their professional selves. The company is also looking to make the recruitment method more effective. LinkedIn will now offer a feature called Skills Assessments. This would include multiple-choice tests that users can take to prove their competency in various fields, like software packages, computer languages and other skills. The company has just released this new feature. However, the company tested…

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Salesforce introduces Manufacturing and Consumer Goods Cloud

Robot working in factory

The legacy industries are moving more and more towards cloud-based digital solutions to develop their businesses. Now, Salesforce hopes that it will get some cut of this when it comes to the IT investments. The CRM (customer relationship management) giant is doubling down on providing specialized solutions for individual industry verticals. The company is now showcasing new business units, which are dedicated to consumer goods, and manufacturing. The names of the two products are Consumer Goods Cloud and Manufacturing Cloud. However, the company has also created other vertical-specific products. Some…

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