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There are no ‘red lines’ for intellectual property in AI, Builder.ai founder says

There are no ‘red lines’ for intellectual property in AI, Builder.ai founder says

Sachin Dev Duggal, founder of Builder.ai, says regulation may be needed to protect the use of intellectual property in artificial intelligence models.

CNBC·

As companies take their AI pilots enterprise-wide, there are challenges to scaling up

As companies take their AI pilots enterprise-wide, there are challenges to scaling up

‘If it’s not being used, it’s your problem—it’s not the user’s problem’

Fortune·

Builder.ai eyeing expansion plans in Qatar, says chief executive

Builder.ai eyeing expansion plans in Qatar, says chief executive

Builder.ai, a London-based next-gen app development platform, is charting an ambitious expansion strategy in Qatar, according to the company’s top executive.

Gulf Times·

Ex-Microsoft CVP joins Builder.ai as president; Moonbeam hires Seattle marketing vet

Ex-Microsoft CVP joins Builder.ai as president; Moonbeam hires Seattle marketing vet

“Today I join Builder.ai with the same thrill and excitement to be part of something bigger than myself as I experienced when I joined Microsoft in 1992,” Torossian wrote on LinkedIn.

GeekWire·

Builder.AI’s Sachin Dev Duggal talks AI’s impact on intellectual property

Builder.AI’s Sachin Dev Duggal talks AI’s impact on intellectual property

Sachin Dev Duggal, Builder.AI founder, joins ‘The Exchange’ to discuss the AI outlook for 2024 and what the NYT lawsuit means for the technology.

CNBC·

Builder.ai appoints new VP of Revenue & Partnerships for Asia Pacific

Builder.ai appoints new VP of Revenue & Partnerships for Asia Pacific

In a significant move bolstering its leadership team, Builder.ai, the AI-powered software platform revolutionising digital transformation, announced the appointment of Peter Sharples as Vice President of Revenue and Partnerships for Asia Pacific.

Channellife·

How Builder.ai is making app development easier for companies

How Builder.ai is making app development easier for companies

Companies can order the app they need and Builder.ai creates it based on a chosen template.

SBJ·

We’re only seeing the tip of the AI iceberg, says Builder.ai CEO Sachin Dev Duggal

We’re only seeing the tip of the AI iceberg, says Builder.ai CEO Sachin Dev Duggal

Builder.ai CEO Sachin Dev Duggal and Futurum Group’s Daniel Newman join ‘Power Lunch’ to discuss the future of cloud 2.0

CNBC·

Here Are 3 Top AI Start-Ups That Trillion-Dollar Tech Giants Like Microsoft, Amazon, and Alphabet Are Betting On

Here Are 3 Top AI Start-Ups That Trillion-Dollar Tech Giants Like Microsoft, Amazon, and Alphabet Are Betting On

Builder.ai is a little different from OpenAI or Anthropic. It does lean on generative AI, but it's a structured platform of tools designed to help entrepreneurs develop software without requiring them to have any programming expertise.

The motley fool·

Can A Child Understand Everything Instantly? Should AI Be Different?

Can A Child Understand Everything Instantly? Should AI Be Different?

Sachin Dev Duggal is a serial entrepreneur who created Builder.ai to make building software as easy as ordering pizza.

Forbes·

AI: The Next Frontier

AI: The Next Frontier

Artificial intelligence is rapidly transforming life and business, raising questions about the future of jobs, security and society

WSJ·

Why this AI founder calls himself chief wizard instead of CEO

Why this AI founder calls himself chief wizard instead of CEO

Chief wizard Sachin Dev Duggal joined the Sifted podcast

Sifted·

Builder.ai partners with Microsoft to democratise software development

Builder.ai partners with Microsoft to democratise software development

The collaboration, which includes an equity investment from Microsoft, is expected to accelerate Builder.ai’s mission to empower businesses globally to build software without technical expertise.

YourStory·

Microsoft ramps up A.I. game with bet on startup that helps coding novices build apps

Microsoft ramps up A.I. game with bet on startup that helps coding novices build apps

Microsoft invested an undisclosed sum into Builder.ai, a startup that helps companies make applications without any coding experience, doubling down on its artificial intelligence efforts.

CNBC·