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#NYCTech -  As we move into the second quarter of the year of Artificial Intelligence (AI), expert legal and technology panelists continue to discuss applications for AI and probe the legal issues raised by the use of AI in the creative...
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#NYCTech - Welcome back to Inside the Mind of a NYC VC, a new series at AlleyWatch in which we speak with New York City-based Venture Capitalists. In the hot seat this time is Oliver Mitchell, Founding Partner of Autonomy Ventures. Oliver sat down...
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#NYCTech -  Natural language processing (NLP) has gained traction and seems to be the future of communications with our data. If you need straight forward apps to communicate with your data, check out FriendlyData. The company is integrating...
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#NYCTech -  Recruiting used to be a very human-centered and intensive task, reviewing thousands of candidate's resumes for each option position.  This time consuming task has been replaced by the focused artificial intelligence...
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AI -  Although 2016 showed some slowdown in startup and funding activity, I believe we were taking a “wait and see” approach to the presidential election and how it would affect the market and economy. Now that it’s post-election, we...
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AI -  Currently, much of machine learning is opaque, a genuine black box. Machines may be given an extraordinarily complex task and come up with what appears to be a reasonable solution, but they are largely incapable of explaining how or...
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#NYCTech -  AI may be eating software but some are reluctant to trust fully automated AI solutions. However in this age of endless data, this will soon change since the only realistic solution is  to offload some of manual tasks using the...
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Advice -  Chat platforms are quickly becoming the new social media, creating meteoric growth for platforms such as Slack. More than 3 million users from companies including NASA, eBay, and Inc. already use Slack, which has been working to...
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#NYCTech - Old met new at Huge inc. recently in Dumbo as millennials and creative professional came face to face with technology that could on day do their job. The panel entitled The Future of Curation; Artificial Intelligence and Creativity...
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#NYCTech - The age of robots replacing the workforce has been much talked about, yet robot-fueled technologies are already here.  How can these nascent technologies be integrated with our existing workforce? Enter RapidRPA, the company...
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#NYCTech - Maybe you recognize this title. Because if you're spending time on planet Earth lately you will have noticed something. The internet is constantly asking us if we are still human. Because we are no longer alone. Robots are now...
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#NYCTech - A long-long time ago, there emerged the first mobile app… And humans from all over the world flocked to see it. Wow! - They exclaimed, looking at this innovative miracle. They could not believe how much fun the app was and...
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AI - In honor of my lunch this afternoon, I wanted to share a snapshot of the sushi chef (see video below). While these parlor trick robots do make tasty rice patties, they remind us of how early we are in the cycle of robotics....
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AI -  Over the last few months, the usual debate around unicorns and bubbles seems to have been put on hold a bit, as fears of a major crash have thankfully not materialized, at least for now.Instead another discussion has emerged, one...
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AI -  Some great minds, including Elon Musk, are clearly worried about Artificial Intelligence (AI). With the recent innovations like Google’s self-driving car, the Hong Kong metro automating its own maintenance and computers that are...
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AI - We all use robots, or robot-made products on a daily basis. Throughout recent history robots have replaced humans, eliminating the drudgeries of tedious, repetitive jobs and achieving new heights. It began in factories with menial...