AI startup Re:infer gets $3.5m to develop cognitive automation tech

Feb 20, 2018 · uktech.news

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Re:infer, a London-based artificial intelligence startup delivering cognitive automation, has raised $3.5m (£2.5m) in a round led by Touchstone Innovations.

The spinout from UCL’s AI lab also drew support from Crane Ventures alongside existing backers Seedcamp and Dr Jason Kingdon, an AI pioneer.

Re:infer’s deep learning tech automates the interpretation of communications data and bridges the gap between humans and information technology systems.

"We are at the dawn of enterprise automation and re:infer is leading the way for customers who want to realise its benefits," said Ed Challis, co-founder and CEO of Re:infer.

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