Elon Musk has filed a lawsuit against OpenAI and its executives for allegedly breaching the founding agreement of the company to develop artificial general intelligence for the benefit of humanity.
While the deal for Epic Games is tied for the largest round this year in the U.S., there were a good number of other large deals as well.
The insatiable appetite for everything AI hasn’t exactly extended to the semiconductor startup world, which so far this year has seen scant activity.
The deal marks a boost from the $38 billion valuation San Francisco-based Databricks received in 2021.
There were lots of big rounds this week as August roared in after a kind of sleepy July.
Networking startup Nile, co-founded by former Cisco Systems executives John Chambers and Pankaj Patel, has announced a $175 million Series C less...
Raising a down round in the slowing venture market became a reality for another startup.
CoreWeave aims to provide the kind of flexible cloud infrastructure with better processing that will be needed to train large language models for AI.
What does the AI sector look like in 2023? Jason Schoettler, co-founder and managing partner at Calibrate Ventures, shares his findings and...
Venture giant New Enterprise Associates announced Thursday it has closed on approximately $6.2 billion across two funds.
Traditionally, the Consumer Electronics Show has focused on consumer tech, but now has grown to include a number of verticals. YKC Media's Jonathan...