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Here’s your chance to get into TechCrunch’s AI Pavilion at Disrupt London for free

Here’s your chance to get into TechCrunch’s AI Pavilion at Disrupt London for free


AI Pavilion TechCrunch Disrupt London According to one estimate, there are roughly 900 tech companies working in the AI field, covering everything from business intelligence to finance and security. The AI gold rush started in 2014 with a flurry of deals into AI companies. Last year there were some 300 deals into AI companies according to CB Insights and in the UK alone, companies like Ravelin, Signal and Gluru raised seed rounds.… Read More



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How legacy brands and retailers can keep up with our tech-driven world

How legacy brands and retailers can keep up with our tech-driven world


Hand of worker laying bricks, close-up The U.S. apparel industry is currently valued at $12 billion, and with the high number of dollars pouring into the retail economy, brands are looking to technology to foster deeper connections with consumers and elevate the overall shopping experience. Whether it’s in-store or online, technology is becoming a lever to bolster brand loyalty and customer satisfaction. Read More



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Canon borrows a few tricks from its DSLR line for its latest mirrorless

Canon borrows a few tricks from its DSLR line for its latest mirrorless


eos-m5-efm-18-150mm-is-stm-3q-675x450 Canon’s already got a handful of mirrorless cameras under its belt, but the company hasn’t quite committed itself to the format in the same way we’ve seen from likes of Sony, Olympus and Fujifilm. The company’s latest, unveiled early in the lead up the big Photokina event in Cologne next week, looks to mark a much whole-hearted shift toward the space. And in a sense,… Read More



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Are drones actually a sector or just another layer in the enterprise SaaS stack?

Are drones actually a sector or just another layer in the enterprise SaaS stack?


Commercial Drones The past few years have been exciting for drones; they’ve gained the attention of consumers, enterprises and governments. Their ability to shoot photography and capture data, and potentially violate privacy, has led to many opinions, regulations and oversight. As a result, we are increasingly asking ourselves if drones are actually a “sector” or are yet another layer in… Read More



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