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Cyprus-based Omilia gets $20 million to grow its conversational AI for enterprise, after 18 years of bootstrapping

Omilia, a Cyprus-based machine learning company, has secured $20 million in funding from Grafton Capital to continue expanding its conversational AI technology, built for the customer care needs of global enterprises. This is Omilia’s first fundraising of outside investment. In what it considers “one of the few categories of AI that is already delivering significant […]

Online food ordering giant Delivery Hero swallows Cyprus-based startup Foody

Berlin-based Delivery Hero, one of the biggest online food ordering and delivery marketplaces in the world, has made a small acquisition in Cyprus to expand its footprint. The company has picked up Foody, a Nicosia-based startup that has offered an online food ordering service in Cyprus since 2015, having partnered with more than 750 restaurants […]

Musing on Medtech in the Mediterranean

Tech.eu was recently at the Reflect Festival, held in beautiful Cyprus. the motto was “Where the history of the future will be shared”. The speakers included the first Android citizen Sophia, who, unfortunately, I didn’t have time to interview. The poet Max Stossel ended the two days with poems about our lives with technology and […]

Reflecting on the future: this festival will bring Sophia the robot and others together in Cyprus on 9 and 10 May

Editor’s note: This is a sponsored article, which means it’s independently written by our editorial team but financially supported by another organisation, in this case, Reflect Fest. If you would like to learn more about sponsored posts on Tech.eu, read this and contact us if you’re interested in partnering with us. Limassol, a beautiful city […]