Mukund Goenka, co-founder and CEO of our portfolio company Regology, shared his thoughts on how AI is transforming the legal system and what we can expect from this collaboration on the 5 to 10-year horizon.
An interview with Max Chizhov, co-founder and CEO of Helsinki-based iFarm, a startup founded in 2017 who are providing ‘plug&play’ automated vertical farms for stores, restaurants, warehouses and even homes.
Regology, an AI-based regulatory compliance platform, announces the launch of its global legal management and alerts system to help regulatory professionals remain updated with local regulations around the world.
Using artificial intelligence (AI), the company’s system is able to scale millions of laws across the aforementioned 20 locations (including the US, Germany, France, Canada and others) and set billions of links between them.
Voice biometrics and anti-spoofing capabilities from ID R&D are now available for Microsoft Azure customers to build into their apps.
Bez tehnoloģijām neiztikt nekur, arī sportā. Pašmāju jaunuzņēmums Winmill jau pāris gadu ļauj hokejistiem trenēties inovatīvāk. Tagad pienākusi beisbolistu kārta.
Sporta tehnoloģiju uzņēmuma "Winmill" treniņu iekārtas hokejam un beisbolam ļauj spēlētājiem trenēties neatkarīgi no citiem, kuri citos apstākļos padotu bumbu vai ripu.
iFarm's indoor farm tech is automated and allows customers to start growing salads, greens, berries and vegetables in urban environments.
The Finnish startup is focused on providing software that enables others to carry out vertical farming — targeting sales at food processing companies and FMCG giants, as well as farmers, university research centers and even large corporates with their own catering needs as a result of operating large physical office footprints.
iFarm has raised $4 million to expand its automated system that uses AI and drones to grow fruits and vegetables in enclosed spaces. Gagarin Capital led the round of funding, which included investment from Matrix Capital, Impulse VC, IMI.VC, and some business angels.
Cherry Home, their AI in-home system, is able to prevent such injuries in the first place and call for help if they do happen.
Alisa Chumachenko, the founder of Game Insight, is back with a new startup called Gosu.ai, which she bills as a training lab that combines artificial intelligence and personalized advice to come up with coaching tips for would-be esports athletes.
Sterblue vient de boucler une première levée de fonds de 2 millions de dollars auprès The Westly Group, Innogy New Ventures, Gagarin Capital, d'entrepreneurs, tel Peter Reinhardt, cofondateur de Segment, du fonds EDP Ventures ou du Contrarian Ventures.
Wallarm, a South San Francisco-based provider of AI-powered application security, raised $8 million in Series A funding. Toba Capital led the round, and was joined by investors including Y Combinator, Partech and Gagarin Capital.
Openland, a professional messenger for real estate, raised $2.25 million in funding. Investors include Gagarin Capital, Sinai Ventures, Soma Capital, Liquid 2 Ventures, Rainfall Ventures, Y Combinator, and Day One Ventures.
Gosu.ai has developed an AI assistant to help gamers play smarter and improve their skills. It’s now raised a $1.9M funding round led by Runa Capital, with participation from Ventech and existing investor, Sistema_VC.
Maison Me got a big boost from a $1 million seed round by Founders Fund, Gagarin Capital, and the much-lauded Google Assistant Investment Program.
The latest version of ID R&D’s voice solution leverages AI and voice technology to give users a major boost in biometric matching speed.
Mikhail Taver believes that investing a small portion of funds in venture capital offers the opportunity for significant upside potential, with limited risk.
After closing a financing round of up to $2.5 million from Gagarin Capital, Earth AI was announced in Y Combinator’s latest cohort due to present at the YC Demo Day this week.