This month, we are celebrating the incubation of Aveer! Sportlogiqand Toronto FC have formed an innovative analytics partnership and Nick Romano joins Deeplite as CEO. Want to hear more? Check out all our August news below!
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I’m very fortunate in that my foray into private enterprise has been (so far) very successful: well-selling product lines, an engineering design office fizzing with good ideas, and a healthy, sustainable re-investment back into the fundamental research that gave birth to the company in the first place.
Montreal (Quebec), August 21, 2019 — Deeplite, Inc., a Montreal-based start-up that uses artificial intelligence (“AI”) to automatically make deep neural networks faster, lighter and energy-efficient — creating Lightweight IntelligenceTM — today announced the appointment of successful Canadian technology entrepreneur Nick Romano as President and CEO. After being spun out of TandemLaunch, a company creator and seed fund, the appointment of Mr. Romano is an important step towards the full-scale commercialization of Deeplite’s software platform.
Montreal (Quebec) June 27, 2019 — Montreal-based C2RO today announced that it has secured CAD$2.25 Million in new financing in a round led by Fonds Innovexport, with participation from GCI Capital Inc., Harbor Street Ventures, Tandemlaunch, Ministere de Economie et L’Innovation, and several angel investors in Canada, the U.S. and Europe. The funds will be used to accelerate the commercialization of C2RO’s powerful enterprise grade cloud A.I. services.
June has been exciting here at TandemLaunch!
TOKYO — Nikon Corporation (Nikon) has invested USD $7.5 million in wrnch, Inc. (CEO: Dr. Paul A. Kruszewski, head office: Quebec, Canada, hereafter referred to as wrnch), a computer vision and deep learning startup.
Algolux and University Scientists Develop Non-Line-of-Sight Technology That Photographs Hidden Objects Using Conventional Camera Sensors
Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR), Long Beach, California — June 18, 2019 — Algolux has announced that a team of researchers from Algolux, the University of Montreal, and Princeton University has developed a new method that lets conventional color cameras — the ones in your smartphone or in a vehicle camera — see hidden objects that are occluded by walls or other scene objects.
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