Daily AI Roundup: Biggest Machine Learning, Robotic And Automation Updates – 17 June
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H2O.ai, the AI Cloud leader, showcased a unique set of capabilities and use cases that enable rich insights by seamlessly connecting data and machine learning. Snowflake and H2O.ai bring platforms for data and machine learning together to help more customers around the world innovate with AI through a native integration that allows users to access all of H2O.ai’s advanced machine learning capabilities directly from their Snowflake environment.
Veritone, Inc. , creator of aiWARE, a hyper-expansive enterprise AI platform, announced the acquisition of VocaliD, Inc., a U.S.-based company that pioneered the creation of personalized synthetic voices. VocaliD will enhance Veritone’s existing synthetic voice offerings for commercial enterprise including brands, podcasters, broadcasters, studios, publishers and corporations.
Turing AI has added people attribute search, a game changing feature in AI Security, to their flagship AI-powered video security platform Turing Vision. While other camera-based security systems rely on facial recognition and object detection alone to secure facilities and locate events, people attribute search adds several factors to identification, improving speed and accuracy of finding and identifying people at the scene of events.
Knock CRM, the leading industry CRM and performance management platform for multifamily property owners and managers, announced its upcoming launch of new artificial intelligence-powered leasing tools, AI Voice and Call Intelligence.
Kinetic Vision will join teams of technologists from other major global companies to share information and showcase leading edge tech at the Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition show in New Orleans next week.