myrtle.ai, a Cambridge UK based deep learning company with expertise in producing low power inference circuits has been selected to develop a Speech Recognition benchmark for MLPerf, a new Machine Learning (ML) benchmarking competition backed by Google, Baidu, Intel and AMD.
Privitar was established in 2014 with headquarters in London and offices in New York and Paris. The company raised $16m in a Series A funding round in July 2017, with support from existing investors IQ Capital, 24Haymarket and Illuminate Financial and new funding from Partech Ventures, CME Ventures and Salesforce Ventures.
Atom Bank is putting its future products and services on a cloud-based platform developed by a group of former Google executives.
As a baby starts to cry, a soothing voice can be heard from the corner of the room. “Don’t worry, little one,” it says. “Daddy is on his way.” But there’s something missing. There’s no parent or babysitter to be seen, only an electronic smart speaker that a Cambridge-based company is training how to listen and respond to the world around it.