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Hilton and IBM pilot “Connie,” The world’s first Watson-enabled hotel concierge robot

Travel can be stressful and requires countless decisions. Increasingly travelers are expecting relevant guidance during their journeys, and the hospitality industry is beginning to pilot technology that can help address these needs at each step of the way. Today Hilton Worldwide and IBM announced a collaboration to pilot “Connie” – the first Watson-enabled robot concierge […]

Mall of America embracing chatbot to boost retail customer experience

Mall of America, the biggest shopping and entertainment complex in North America, is diving into chatbot technology to drive a more rewarding, and likely calmer, customer experience, especially during the holiday shopping time. The 26-year-old mall, located in in Bloomington, Minn., is advancing a unique location-based artificial intelligence chatbot following a successful deployment this past holiday […]

These 9 early stage muru-D startups highlight why we love young companies

https://e27.co/early-stage-muru-d-startups-highlight-best-young-companies-20180409/

Simpler equity terms needed to help Singapore startups flourish

http://www.zdnet.com/article/simpler-equity-terms-needed-to-help-singapore-startups-flourish/

5 Key Takeaway & Trends, Innovfest Unbound 2016

5 KEY TAKEAWAY & TRENDS, INNOVFEST UNBOUND 2016 from Siddharth Surana

These 8 Startups Formed the Second Cohort of the Muru-D Singapore Accelerator

https://www.techinasia.com/muru-d-singapore-second-cohort-demo-day

Telstra-backed Accelerator muru-D Announces Second Cohort of Startups

https://e27.co/telstra-backed-accelerator-muru-d-announces-second-cohort-startups-singapore-20160816/

Muru-D Singapore’s Startups Set for Next Phase of Global Growth

http://www.thetechrevolutionist.com/2017/03/muru-d-singapores-startups-set-for-next.html

InnovFest unBound & the Unilever Foundry Start-up Battle

InnovFest unBound & the Unilever Foundry Start-up Battle

Tech Start-up Gives Thumbs Up to Changes but…

http://www.straitstimes.com/business/tech-start-up-gives-thumbs-up-to-changes-but