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AI for manufacturers

Ulimi is a Covington-based startup that is using artificial intelligence to make work life easier for manufacturers and other employers. Its product, Reach, enables companies to communicate via text with a large number of workers who may not have company email addresses.

Getting roads plowed faster

In case the snow gods aren’t done with us yet, ODOT has unveiled a new GPS technology that helps plow the road faster. The GPS in each road staff vehicle transmits salt usage and speed data, as well as live video and photos every five minutes..

An AI-powered shopping cart

Kroger is piloting an AI-powered shopping cart from Caper Inc. Dubbed KroGO, the cart uses AI and machine learning to scan products as customers put them in the cart. Customers can then pay for their purchases right on the cart. 

AddUp Inc. coming to Cincy

AddUp Inc., is bringing its metal 3D printing operations to the Cincinnati area. AddUp Inc. is a subsidiary of AddUp, a global manufacturer of metal 3D printing equipment and supplier of 3D printed parts.

NKU offers new degree

Northern Kentucky University‘s College of Informatics is expanding on the breadth of its computer science programs with a new Applied Software Engineering degree.