What's new this week?
NVIDIA GTC. AI-driven meldR platform. Isomorphic Labs and AI-powered drug discovery. AI skin cancer diagnosis. EU regulations for AI. Algorithms predicting stress at atomic scale.
- GTC Wrap-Up: Jensen Huang outlines NVIDIA's vision for accelerated computing, data center architecture, AI, robotics, omniverse avatars, and digital twins. Find more news here.
- Data Society launches meldR, a learning experience and communication platform, to enable healthcare and life sciences companies to deliver AI/ML data science learning pathways.
- Demis Hassabis, Founder and CEO of DeepMind, announces the creation of Isomorphic Labs, to reimagine drug discovery from first principles with an AI-first approach.
- AI systems being developed to diagnose skin cancer run the risk of being less accurate for people with dark skin, according to Oxford research.
- The EU faces a great challenge with AI regulation. The technology promises too many benefits, yet it faces the risk of overregulation that could prevent its development.
- Aerospace engineers Yue Cui and Huck Beng Chew at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign use machine learning to predict stress in copper at the atomic scale.
- Landing AI, led by artificial intelligence visionary, Andrew Ng, raises $57M in Series A funding led by McRock Capital.
- H2O.ai raises $100M in Series E funding, a round of funding that values H2O.ai at $1.7 billion post-money ($1.6 billion pre-money).
- Sama, the first end-to-end AI platform that enables teams to manage the complete AI lifecycle, raises $70M in Series B funding led by Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec (CDPQ).
- WhyLabs, the provider of observability for AI and data applications, raises $10M million in Series A co-led by Defy Partners and Andrew Ng’s AI Fund.
- Kodiak Robotics, a startup developing self-driving truck technologies, raises $125M in an oversubscribed series B round for a total of $165M to date.
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