Labeled as discuss in Niche Domain Discussion started by BrandingModel.com, Sep 12, 2016.
Crypto lovers what can I say.
.com redirects to .AI
Such a big big difference between these posts to posts from 5 months ago from the same person ,that respected others opinions and wanted to learn about the domain market..
Carry on ..
The AI coin.com
I hope somebody takes ownership of maintaining the quality of information and not a place to dump domains for sale.
Xnor.ai spins out from Paul Allen’s AI2 incubator, raises $2.6M to put AI in every device
Alibaba sets up AI research facility with Singapore university
Jointly launched by the Chinese tech giant and Singapore's Nanyang Technological University, the "multimillion-dollar" research institute will focus on applying artificial intelligence for home, retail, community, and urban transportation.
Rodolfo Rosini enters VC, joins AI and machine learning accelerator Zeroth.ai as Partner
He’s joined Zeroth.ai, the Hong Kong-based AI and machine learning-focused accelerator, as a Partner — a move Rosini tells me was inspired by the technology’s potential to drive “exponential growth” and his own learnings having founded three AI startups of his own, albeit with limited success.
Look after the thread - I'll be back in a couple years
Not mine, just reporting:
good.ai 10,000 USD2018-03-01Sedo
Does artificialgrowth (.com) also count :P
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Artificial intelligence startup Peritus.ai has raised $2 million (Rs 12 crore) in funding from early-stage venture capital firm Ideaspring Capital and early-stage fund The Hive, a company statement said.
The firm will use the money to strengthen its development team in India, it said in the statement.
Based in California, US, Peritus.ai Inc. was founded by Santhosh Srinivasan and Kamesh Raghavendra in 2017 with support from The Hive, which incubates startups and focuses on applications of AI in the enterprise segment.
“We are looking forward to help from Ideaspring for support in building and guiding our development team in India,” said Srinivasan, co-founder and vice president for engineering at Peritus.ai.
The company automates professional services, support delivery and incident resolution for data centres. It leverages recent advancements in AI to automate and customise end-to-end service workflows. It also proactively predicts support needs and incident features from patterns mined across product designs, past incidents, configurations and log data, the statement said.
“Data centre growth over the last 15 years has created significant growing pain in data centre management. Tasks that once could be done manually by IT teams have hit the limits of scalability, cost, and efficiency and Peritus is solving that by automating it,” said Arihant Patni, managing director, Ideaspring Capital. The company claims that its solution reduces the support requirement by two-thirds.
CounterFlow.AI Closes $2.7M in Seed Funding
CounterFlow AI, a Charlottesville, Va.-based cybersecurity startup, raised $2.7m in seed funding.
Backers included Osage University Partners, the Charlottesville Angel Network, and a number of individual investors.
The company is using the funds to expand operations and its business reach.
Led by Randy Caldejon, CEO, and Dr. Andrew Fast, Chief Data Scientist, CounterFlow AI designs and builds threat-hunting solutions for security operation centers (SOC). The company’s flagship product, Dragonfly Threat Sensor, is a cybersecurity platform that integrates signature inspection, machine learning, and adaptive packet capture, enabling security analysts to reduce time to detection and response.
Amazon nearly at 10 AI acquisitions before the end of Q1
Godaddy to follow namecheap and become a .AI leading registrar?
AI Podcast: GoDaddy Takes AI to New Domains
A good domain name is about more than just clever wordplay and search engine optimization. It’s also about the value that it has and could have in the future.
GoDaddy, the internet domain registrar and web hosting company, is using AI to help its users understand the worth of their website domain names.
“In the last year and a half, we’ve been using deep learning to try to model this market for domain names, and predict what a domain name will sell for,” said Jason Ansel, senior principal engineer at GoDaddy. “And our deep neural network is currently about 25 percent better than a human expert.”
As a result, GoDaddy can give small players in the market advice about what to ask for, or if they’re buying, it can give them confidence that they’re getting a good value.
By using deep learning to predict the value of domain names, Ansel says GoDaddy hopes to democratize the market for them.
“If we make it easier for people to participate and act intelligently in the aftermarket, then you can start seeing regular people start investing in domain names and viewing domain names as an asset class that they add to their portfolio,” Ansel said.
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COMMA.AIFamous or being the first hacker to jailbreak the iPhone at 17, George Hotz is taking on Waymo, Tesla, and Uber in the race to build the first fully operational self-driving car.
Viola.AI sells all presale Tokens
BMO PARTNERS WITH FINN.AI, MASSIVELY TO LAUNCH CHATBOTS
BMO has launched two chatbots thanks to a partnership with Finn.AI, which works with financial institutions to launch AI assistants, and Massively, which develops chatbots for companies at scale.
BMO Bolt, developed with Vancouver-based Finn.AI, offers guidance and information to customers in real time on Facebook. BMO Bolt was fed with 250 of the top customer questions received via BMO’s call centres, BMO.com, and the Online Banking help centre, and will continue to learn as it answers questions.
Toronto and New York-based Massively developed the BMO Virtual Assistant for Twitter, a menu-based question and answer chatbot for Twitter. Customers start in a traditional Twitter direct messaging experience, with the added option to engage with a BMO Virtual Assistant chatbot. Once chosen, they’re presented with a menu of available topics.
University of Michigan's public-private research and development autonomous vehicle testing facility, Mcity, is about to get a major delivery.
Mcity has partnered with Seattle-based training data company Mighty AI, which specializes in computer vision models and autonomous vehicle technology.
Soon, Mcity members -- including Ford, Toyota, General Motors and Honda -- will be able to train their machine-learning models with a data set designed by Mighty AI focusing on vehicle and pedestrian detection.
Delivery of the training data set will take place in the next few months and will include thousands of images containing more than 1 million labeled objects.
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