What's new this week?
The launch of PyTorch Live. A new kid of the AWS AI/ML stack — Amazon SageMaker Canvas. AI advances in biology, art, chemistry, and more.
- AWS releases Amazon SageMaker Canvas, a new visual, no code capability that allows to build ML models and generate predictions without writing code or requiring ML expertise.
- Biology is up for an AI/ML revolution. We are getting closer to being able to ‘program biology’ for diagnostic and treatment purposes. Challenges are numerous, however.
- A new machine-learning model developed by MIT researchers has the potential to enable robots to understand interactions in the world in the way humans do.
- Botto, an AI-powered program that creates art, has been on the market for five weeks and has raked in more than €1 million from its first four NFT artworks at auction.
- A Columbia Engineering team has developed a new computation technique that can accurately predict the reduction temperature of metal oxides to their base metals.
- FJDynamics, a robotics startup, closes a Series B round of $70M as it advances its goal to empower workers in the harshest environment with robotic technologies.
- CloudTrucks, an enabler of cloud technology in trucking, raises $115M to keep building the tools for trucking entrepreneurs to succeed and thrive in the industry.
- Simpro, a field service management software company, raises $350M from K1 Investment Management with participation from existing investor Level Equity.
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