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Posts tagged “Automated Insights”

Updated February 16

Premium Lock 'Entrepreneur in Residence' spot at Underground up for grabs

American Underground    Our team at the Underground will work with Google and the CODE2040 program to identify and host an "Entrepreneur-in-Residence" for a year. The EIR will be a Black or Latino/a entrepreneur who will work to build connections with minority-led startups and help to create a more diverse tech ecosystem. But time is running out to apply.

February 13

Premium Lock Inside the Automated Insights deal: The backstory

Robbie Allen "It's pretty surreal," says Robbie Allen, who started work on AI-predecessor StatSheet in 2007 while an employee at Cisco and sold the now-named Automated Insights in a deal announced Thursday. "This isn't something I expected to do at this point--we just raised money and things were going really well. But it was just the right mix of opportunity--and everything."

February 12

Premium Lock Automated Insights: Proof that Triangle's entrepreneurial network delivers

Council for Entrepreneurial Development "Success has many parents," writes Steve Hinkson, director of communications at the Council for Entrepreneurial Development. And Robbie Allen, CEO of Automated Insights which made its "exit" through acquisition on Thursday, is proof - as Allen recently told the CED.

Updated September 26, 2014

Premium Lock Washington Post hails Automated Inights; DirecTV-AT&T deal advances; FBI criticizes Apple, Google; drones win FAA OK

Bulldog In today's wrapup of technology news: Automated Insights gets big press for fantasy football program; DirecTV shareholders OK AT&T deal; the FBI criticizes new data protection of Apple and Google devices; and the FAA gives OK for use of drones in movie making.

Updated June 30, 2014

Premium Lock Durham-based Automated Insights lands $5.5M in funding, deal with Associated Press

Durham-based Automated Insights, which uses proprietary robotic technology to produce content for web sites, has landed $5.5 million in new venture capital funding. The Associated Press, which is an investor, also says it will use Automated Insights for some news stories.

June 30, 2014

Premium Lock Associated Press on Automated Insights deal: 'A leap forward'

The Associated Press The Associated Press spells out its reasoning in a Q&A for signing a robotic content production deal with Durham-based Automated Insights, calling the deal "a leap forward." AP also invested in the company. The AP says it will launch company earnings stories based on robot-processed data in July.

Updated June 6, 2014

Premium Lock Embracing robots in journalism: No rotten tomatoes at Columbia University conference

In the four years that I've been designing and developing automated content at Automated Insights, the reaction of traditional journalists to our technology has been all over the map. So how would hundreds of journalists react to my address in New York? I didn't anticipate what happened. So what did occur? WRAL TechWire Insiders can find out in this first-person exclusive.

Entering the lions' den at Columbia Entering the lions' den at Columbia

Updated May 27, 2014

Premium Lock As robot writing matures, robot reporting is next big thing in digital journalism

Welcome to the new era of Robot Reporter. The process of automated writing is no longer about filling in blanks between words with the proper data. Scalability, variety, point-of-view, sentiment - all the concepts that make a human-written article sound like it was written by a human - can be done by a machine. So writes WRAL Insider columnist Joe Procopio, whose day job is making robot reporters reality at Durham-based Automated Insights,

Robots to write your news? Robots to write your news?

Updated March 27, 2014

Premium Lock Durham firms go West aiming to strike $12 million in VC gold

Automated Insights' Robbie Allen and Windsor Circle's Matt Williamson - complete with green pants for money, not The Masters - are heading to the first Google Demo Day determined to put on a show and to land investors.

Windsor Circle's team goes green - and looks for dough Windsor Circle's team goes green - and looks for dough

Updated March 24, 2014

Premium Lock Jobs fair, Bull City culture to mix at next 'Paradoxos'

"Jobs Under the Big Top" will take place under a real tent, and the jobs fair at which companies pitch for employees will kick off the second Paradoxos festival in Durham next week.

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Updated March 7, 2014

Premium Lock ExitEvent news: Automated Insights, Windosr Circle take momentum to Google event

ExitEvent Durham startups Automated Insights and Windsor Circle will have fast-growth stories to share at the first "Demo Day" being put on by Google for Entrepreneurs. ExitEvent has the details.

Updated March 7, 2014

Premium Lock Square 1 profits; NC IDEA deadline; CED's 'Raising Dough;' Mohu kickstarter; Global NEXT mentoring

Gold  Today's "Startup blog" - the first in a regular addition to WRALTechWire's lineup - focuses on Triangle and NC startups, an IPO update, and a kickstarter success. Check out details about Square 1 Bank, NC IDEA's application deadline, CED's fund-raising series, Mohu's kickstarter success, and a mentoring program from Up Global NEXT.

Updated March 5, 2014

Premium Lock Two Durham startups land spots in Google Entrepreneurs 'Demo Day'

Automated Insights and Windsor Circle prevail in a 50-team Triangle shootout to win the right to present to potential investors at a Google for Entrepreneurs event in Silicon Valley on April 2.

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