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Richrelevance opens up AI black box for custom shopping experiences

Richrelevance uses artificial intelligence to personalize online shopping experiences for customers.

Cincinnati’s Tilr brings its skills-based staffing platform to 12 new cities

EXCLUSIVE: Three-year-old hiring startup Tilr announced today that it has expanded to 12 new cities as it aims to change the way companies hire on-demand workers with an artificial intelligence-powered platform that matches workers based on skills, not past job titles. Headquartered in Cincinnati, T…

Darwin Ecosystem uses AI to help police departments find recruits who will fit in

Darwin Ecosystem, a Dallas-based analytics startup, has developed a personality test that uses artificial intelligence to evaluate police recruits.

The $150 billion+ video game landscape: 7 segments to watch

GUEST: Over the past 25 years, the video game business has grown to become a massive portion of the economy. Games are now a major part of the entertainment and social fabric around the world. And they are a major driver of consumer technology. My firm, DFC Intelligence, has been working with client…

In healthtech, people are just as important as product

SPONSORED: As an early-stage company starts to build and demo its products in the health care ecosystem, leaders should not dismiss the importance of hiring key people who can survive and thrive in this unique environment. What follows are some of the critical characteristics of successful people in…

Qure.ai can identify 15 different forms of tuberculosis with 90% accuracy

Qure.ai, a healthcare startup, announced that its machine learning-powered x-ray product, qXR, received CE certification in Europe.
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