The Wiggersventurebeat is a collection of scales designed to measure the strength of an individual’s personality. The company’s new venture capital funding round includes $23 million from Menlo Ventures. The money will be used to increase recruitment, invest in artificial intelligence technologies, and beef up marketing and product development teams.
The Wiggersventurebeat contains several scales to measure a person’s personality. These scales are intended to determine a person’s strengths, weaknesses, and inconsistencies. Among these are the Cannot Say Scale, VRIN, and the MMPI/MMPI-2. High scores on these scales may indicate paranoia, obsessiveness, difficulty reading, or confusion. High scores can also be a sign of paranoia, particularly if the individual has a tendency to doubt others. The VRIN, in particular, measures the ability of people to resist certain thoughts, while high scores can indicate problems with concentration, hostility, or paranoia.
It’s a way to measure a person’s personality
The Wiggers Adventurebeat is a personality assessment tool developed by a Berkeley startup called Predictim. Using artificial intelligence, Predictim’s algorithms analyze billions of data points to give an accurate assessment of an individual’s personality. Results are provided within a few minutes.
Photomath raises $23 million
Photomath, a popular math learning app, has raised $23 million in Series B funding led by Menlo Ventures. This is a big deal for the app, which has seen over 220 million downloads since its launch in 2014. Photomath aims to help kids improve their math skills by using AI to help solve equations. It also lets them draw graphs with a tap of their phone camera.
The money will help Photomath scale its headcount, invest in AI, and develop new products and marketing. The company’s mission is to help every student learn how to do math. It uses AI to solve math problems and explains how to do them using animated tutorials and step-by-step instructions. The company is based in San Mateo, California.
Nanox buys Zebra Medical Vision
A recent acquisition of Zebra Medical Vision by Nanox is a major development for the company. In a deal valued at $560 million, Nanox will take control of Zebra-Med’s operations. In return, Nanox will receive $100 million in upfront cash and shares. In addition, the company will receive $16 million in deferred consideration based on the signing of three new business contracts within six months of the closing date.
In this acquisition, Nanox will gain access to Zebra’s deep-learning medical imaging analytics platform, which enables health institutions to recognize patients at risk of disease and develop personalized preventive treatment pathways. The two companies plan to work together to build a platform to connect the entire radiology industry.
PatSnap raises $300 million
PatSnap, a Singapore-based provider of AI-powered intellectual property and research and development management software, has raised $300 million in a Series E round led by Tencent Investment and SoftBank Vision Fund 2. The money will go toward expanding sales globally and developing the AI technology that powers its IP platforms. PatSnap was founded in 2007 and has grown from its original IP directory to a platform that combines AI and analytics to provide insight into innovation.
PatSnap says that it now serves more than 100,000 users and 10,000 customers. It claims that it has helped clients improve their time to insight by 12 times, and to increase successful product launches by three times. The company says that the funding will help it scale globally and invest in the professional development of its employees.