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  • Cherre raises $9 million to help investors buy real estate using AI

    Real estate data platform closes seed funding round
    Cherre, a nascent real estate data platform that uses AI to help investors identify real estate acquisition targets, just raised $9 million in seed funding to grow its business. Companies using Cherre’s platform gain access to information like property history, demographics and market comparisons, which can be used to improve their decision-making process.
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  • Real estate tech company Skyline AI gets $18 million vote of confidence from JLL, others

    After just 4 months of fundraising, CRE artificial intelligence developer raises $18 million in Series A
    Investors are eager to get their hands on AI for their investment efforts. Skyline AI is cashing in on that demand garnering interest from major players in the commercial real estate space, including backing from JLL's new tech investment fund.
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  • Bringing the transformational power of AI to the mortgage industry

    Newer tech innovations do much more than simply automate tasks
    [Expert Commentary] Today, the utilization of robotics and automation – along with decisioning logic – has helped to advance the mortgage lending process from the sluggish, error-prone efforts of a decade ago to a far more productive environment with a focus on data integrity and customer experience. However, newer technology innovations have now reached a point where it is possible to do much more than simply automate tasks.
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  • Alexa, get me a mortgage

    Are we already there?
    Artificial intelligence has pushed technological advancements to a whole new level, and increasingly can do just as many things as humans. But how far out is the mortgage industry really from using the kind of technology available to consumers in other industries? It may already be here.
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  • Black Knight announces acquisition to incorporate AI into its solutions

    Will make AI tech available to clients
    Black Knight announced Monday its acquisition of HeavyWater, a provider of artificial intelligence and machine learning to the financial services industry. AIVA reads, comprehends and draws conclusions based on context to mimic cognitive thinking and even builds expertise over time. Here’s more on the acquisition, and the increasing presense of AI in the mortgage industry.
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  • From HW Magazine

    The rise of the robots

    Has your job already been terminated?
    Artificial Intelligence relies on increased data volumes, advanced algorithms, and improvements in computing power and storage, according to computer analytics firm SAS; all of which is available today. AI requires no human intervention and can make decisions on its own. This ability to move from strength to strength is defined by the Harvard Business Review as Machine Learning (ML).
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