Changes in demand caused by the pandemic point to a bright future for AI.
Platforms struggle to keep up with moderating content amid COVID-19
Companies including Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube and Google have all been warning users since at least April that they are experiencing shortages of content moderators, causing a backlog in the removal of harmful posts.
Apple buys Waterloo-based Inductiv to improve Siri data
The engineering team from Waterloo, Ontario-based Inductiv joined Apple in recent weeks to work on Siri, machine learning and data science.
Apr.12 -- Gary Rieschel, founding managing partner at Qiming Venture Partners, one of China’s most prominent venture capital firms, discusses the opportunities he sees in the market. Qiming has closed a new $1.1 billion fund, even as uncertainties around Covid-19 depress startup funding. Rieschel speaks with Selina Wang and Rishaad Salamat on "Bloomberg Markets: China Open."
PDAC: Datarock applies AI to improve mining imagery
Liam Webb, CEO of DataRock discusses his technology's use of artificial intelligence to analyze deposits.
Magna CEO on carbon emissions, self-driving cars and investing in tech
Don Walker, CEO of auto parts manufacturer Magna International, shares his take on the areas of growth and challenges facing the auto industry.
Feb.17 -- Facebook Inc. Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg is in Brussels today to meet with senior officials to discuss new rules and regulations for the internet, two days before the the bloc unveils its plans to legislate artificial intelligence. Maria Tadeo reports on "Bloomberg Surveillance."
Canada positioned to 'win' the artificial intelligence game: TD chief AI officer
Tomi Poutanen, chief AI officer at TD Bank, joins BNN Bloomberg from the Canada 360 Summit to talk about the current state of artificial intelligence in Canada and the banking sector.
Amanda Lang: Self-driving cars the future — just not the near future
BNN Bloomberg's Amanda Lang discusses what the future looks like for self-driving vehicles.