Snorkel AI’s app development platform lures $35M

Snorkel AI

Snorkel AI, a startup developing data labeling tools aimed at enterprises , today announced that it raised $35 million in a series B round led by Lightspeed Venture Partners. The funding marks the launch of the company’s Application Studio, a visual builder with templated solutions for common AI use cases based on best practices from academic institutions.

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Streamlit nabs $35M Series B to expand machine learning platform

StreamLit

As a company founded by data scientists, Streamlit may be in a unique position to develop tooling to help companies build machine learning applications. For starters, it developed an open source project, but today the startup announced an expanded beta of a new commercial offering and $35 million Series B funding.

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CaptivateIQ raises $46 million to automate sales commission programs

Captivate IQ platform

Incentive compensation platform CaptivateIQ today announced that it raised $45 million in series B financing led by Accel. The company says it plans to use the funding to expand its reach, as well as to develop AI technologies that benefit sales planning and other parts of the business connected to sales.

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Blue Dot raises $32M for AI that helps companies comply with tax codes

Bluedot platform

Tax compliance platform Blue Dot (previously VatBox) today announced it has raised $32 million, bringing its total raised to over $96 million. The firm says it will put the funds toward product R&D and expanding the size of its globlal workforce.

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What the Floq: The secret mission Of Google

Google

Quantum computing requires state-of-the-art tools to perform high-end computing. This is where TPUs come in handy. The liquid-cooled Tensor Processing units, built to slot into server racks, can deliver up to 100 petaflops of compute. It powers Google products like Google Search, Gmail, Google Photos and Google Cloud AI APIs. 

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Berlin’s Bryter raises $66M to take its no-code tools for enterprises to the US

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No-code startups continue to see a lot of traction. Bryter – an AI-based no-code startup that has built a platforms used by some 100 global enterprises to date across some 2,000 business applications and workflows – is announcing a new round of funding to double down on that opportunity.

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