Startups are leveraging machine learning algorithms to help players from semiconductor giants to big four accounting firms analyze, predict, and automate within today’s enterprise.
It is the world’s largest tech convention. At CES 2018 we attended dozens of demos, dug through the data on the attending companies in our platform, and rounded up a few trends that tell us where categories from auto to consumer hardware to AI are going in 2018 and beyond.
Elon Musk is CEO of Tesla and SpaceX, has plans to colonize Mars, and thinks AI may turn humans into its pets. But beyond the hype and his enormous net worth and Twitter presence, here's how Musk's companies are actually taking on ... virtually every industry.
Startups developing improved sensor technologies are hot investment and acquisition targets as they compete to supply growing markets in autonomous driving, drones, and beyond.
2017 set a record for first financings to ".ai" companies.
White collar workers — including lawyers, consultants, financial advisors, journalists, traders, and more — will all face the effects of AI.