7 AI trends to watch in 2017

Seven Artificial Intelligence trends to watch in 2017 - #AI

  • A recent Forrester survey of business and technology professionals found that 58% of them are researching AI, but only 12% are using AI systems.
  • Concerns about AI stealing jobs are nothing new but we anticipate deeper, more nuanced conversations on what AI will mean economically.
  • Expect to hear (a little) less about malevolent AI taking over the world and more about the economic impacts of AI.
  • Most AI systems are black boxes -and immensely complex.
  • Watch highlights covering artificial intelligence, machine learning, intelligence engineering, and more.

From tools, to research, to ethics, Ben Lorica looks at what’s in store for artificial intelligence in 2017.
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Intel, Google, GE, And Samsung Among Most Active Corporate Investors In AI Startups

Intel, Google, GE, and Samsung among most active corporate investors in #AI startups

  • Google Ventures , which backed over 10 unique companies, ranked second as an active investor in AI.
  • As we earlier reported , Google is also a major acquirer of AI startups.
  • Intel Capital is the most active corporate investor on our list, having backed over a dozen separate unique AI-based companies, including healthcare startup Lumiata , machine-learning platform DataRobot , and imaging startup Perfant Technology .
  • Corporates and their venture capital groups are among the most active investors in this category ( tech corporates have also been active acquirers in the category ).
  • Our artificial intelligence category includes companies applying AI solutions to verticals like healthcare, advertising, and finance as well as those developing general-purpose AI tech.

With AI dealmaking exploding recently, corporates and their venture arms have not been left out of the rush.
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Intel, Google, GE, And Samsung Among Most Active Corporate Investors In AI Startups

Intel, Google, GE, and Samsung among most active corporate investors in #AI startups

  • Google Ventures , which backed over 10 unique companies, ranked second as an active investor in AI.
  • As we earlier reported , Google is also a major acquirer of AI startups.
  • Intel Capital is the most active corporate investor on our list, having backed over a dozen separate unique AI-based companies, including healthcare startup Lumiata , machine-learning platform DataRobot , and imaging startup Perfant Technology .
  • Corporates and their venture capital groups are among the most active investors in this category ( tech corporates have also been active acquirers in the category ).
  • Our artificial intelligence category includes companies applying AI solutions to verticals like healthcare, advertising, and finance as well as those developing general-purpose AI tech.

With AI dealmaking exploding recently, corporates and their venture arms have not been left out of the rush.
Continue reading “Intel, Google, GE, And Samsung Among Most Active Corporate Investors In AI Startups”

Intel, Google, GE, And Samsung Among Most Active Corporate Investors In AI Startups

Intel, Google, GE, and Samsung among most active corporate investors in AI startups

  • Google Ventures , which backed over 10 unique companies, ranked second as an active investor in AI.
  • As we earlier reported , Google is also a major acquirer of AI startups.
  • Intel Capital is the most active corporate investor on our list, having backed over a dozen separate unique AI-based companies, including healthcare startup Lumiata , machine-learning platform DataRobot , and imaging startup Perfant Technology .
  • Corporates and their venture capital groups are among the most active investors in this category ( tech corporates have also been active acquirers in the category ).
  • Our artificial intelligence category includes companies applying AI solutions to verticals like healthcare, advertising, and finance as well as those developing general-purpose AI tech.

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@CBinsights: “Intel, Google, GE, and Samsung among most active corporate investors in AI startups”


With AI dealmaking exploding recently, corporates and their venture arms have not been left out of the rush.


Intel, Google, GE, And Samsung Among Most Active Corporate Investors In AI Startups

Intel, Google, GE, And Samsung Among Most Active Corporate Investors In AI Startups

Intel, Google, GE, and Samsung among most active corporate investors in AI startups

  • Google Ventures , which backed over 10 unique companies, ranked second as an active investor in AI.
  • As we earlier reported , Google is also a major acquirer of AI startups.
  • Intel Capital is the most active corporate investor on our list, having backed over a dozen separate unique AI-based companies, including healthcare startup Lumiata , machine-learning platform DataRobot , and imaging startup Perfant Technology .
  • Corporates and their venture capital groups are among the most active investors in this category ( tech corporates have also been active acquirers in the category ).
  • Our artificial intelligence category includes companies applying AI solutions to verticals like healthcare, advertising, and finance as well as those developing general-purpose AI tech.

Read the full article, click here.


@CBinsights: “Intel, Google, GE, and Samsung among most active corporate investors in AI startups”


With AI dealmaking exploding recently, corporates and their venture arms have not been left out of the rush.


Intel, Google, GE, And Samsung Among Most Active Corporate Investors In AI Startups

Intel, Google, GE, And Samsung Among Most Active Corporate Investors In AI Startups

Intel, Google, GE, And Samsung Among Most Active Corporate Investors In #AI #Startups

  • Google Ventures , which backed over 10 unique companies, ranked second as an active investor in AI.
  • As we earlier reported , Google is also a major acquirer of AI startups.
  • Intel Capital is the most active corporate investor on our list, having backed over a dozen separate unique AI-based companies, including healthcare startup Lumiata , machine-learning platform DataRobot , and imaging startup Perfant Technology .
  • Corporates and their venture capital groups are among the most active investors in this category ( tech corporates have also been active acquirers in the category ).
  • Our artificial intelligence category includes companies applying AI solutions to verticals like healthcare, advertising, and finance as well as those developing general-purpose AI tech.

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@evankirstel: “Intel, Google, GE, And Samsung Among Most Active Corporate Investors In #AI #Startups”


With AI dealmaking exploding recently, corporates and their venture arms have not been left out of the rush.


Intel, Google, GE, And Samsung Among Most Active Corporate Investors In AI Startups

Intel, Google, GE, And Samsung Among Most Active Corporate Investors In AI Startups

Intel, Google, GE, And Samsung Among Most Active Corporate Investors In AI Startups

  • Google Ventures , which backed over 10 unique companies, ranked second as an active investor in AI.
  • As we earlier reported , Google is also a major acquirer of AI startups.
  • Intel Capital is the most active corporate investor on our list, having backed over a dozen separate unique AI-based companies, including healthcare startup Lumiata , machine-learning platform DataRobot , and imaging startup Perfant Technology .
  • Corporates and their venture capital groups are among the most active investors in this category ( tech corporates have also been active acquirers in the category ).
  • Our artificial intelligence category includes companies applying AI solutions to verticals like healthcare, advertising, and finance as well as those developing general-purpose AI tech.

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@peterxing: “Intel, Google, GE, And Samsung Among Most Active Corporate Investors In AI Startups”


With AI dealmaking exploding recently, corporates and their venture arms have not been left out of the rush.


Intel, Google, GE, And Samsung Among Most Active Corporate Investors In AI Startups