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Danish startup is building a search engine with BERT
Supervised learning does not scale well enough when a search engine has to review a large company's knowledge base. That is why Danish raffle.ai has adopted the language model BERT.
Here's the future of conversational AI
Chatbots and machine learning are two fundamentally different methods of building an AI that we can talk to. Here are the technological advances that have come with deep learning.
You can do it!
Women are outnumbered, measured by who founds companies in Denmark.
Open source makes it easier to use deep learning for natural language technology
There is no doubt that open source is accelerating the proliferation of AI and that big tech is playing a big role in sharing research findings and code.
The next revolution in search technology
With Google search, the entire web is just a search string and a click away. Google's approach to question-and-answer systems is evolving rapidly, and it is to be expected that Google will also use these newer methods more and more.
Language modeling has changed NLP
Natural language technology has made great strides in recent years using what we call pre-training. It has been the deciding factor to get better quality of search results with less investment.
raffle co-founder and CEO Suzanne Lauritsen listed as one of 25 female entrepreneurs, you should know!
This is to celebrate some of the most innovative women in Denmark and turn the spotlight on the women who inspire the next generation of female entrepreneurs.
Artificial intelligence search startup secures millions in investment
Read what Suzanne Lauritzen, CEO at raffle.ai has to say about raffle and our “search on steroids” in the news article from the Danish newspaper Børsen.
raffle.ai receives approaches ahead of DKK 50m Series A round in 18 months
The Series A round is not planned in detail yet but is expected to be around DKK 50m (EUR 6.5m) for a negotiable stake.