Retina launches AI for ecommerce; Quibi plans more content; Falcon Heavy launch a success
SpaceX launched a Falcon Heavy rocket carrying 24 satellites from Kennedy Space Center early this morning. After a successful launch, two of the rocket’s three cores were recovered. The Falcon Heavy was expected to launch 24 satellites into three different orbits.
Santa Monica-based Retina AI Inc. launched a new tool to help smaller online commerce companies analyze and manage their customer data. Socaltech reports Retina AI has already signed up Marina del Rey-based Dollar Shave Club Inc. to use the software. Retina is backed by Comcast Ventures.
Jeffrey Katzenberg and Meg Whitman’s forthcoming short-form video service Quibi will feature a comedy show produced by writers and producers of “Saturday Night Live,” according to Variety. Lorne Michaels’ production company and Seth Meyers will co-produce the “Mapleworth Murders,” which will debut when Quibi launches in April 2020.
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