Singapore’s AI-powered firm raised $9 million from its Series A round

It will use the fund to develop and improve its data technology on human insights.


Syamil Faisal22 Nov, 2019

Singapore’s AI-powered firm raised $9 million from its Series A round

Quilt.ai, a human insights platform with AI integration raised $9 million from its Series A round led by Nadathur Group.

It will use the fresh fund to develop its capacity for over 200 languages, build training models on more than 100 billion images, and upgrade its video recognition and classification engines.

Business solutions offered by Quilt platform.
 

Founded in early 2018, Quilt’s platform gathers human interactions across social, news, blog, and institutional sources, and search engine trails to guide enterprises in understanding human patterns of behaviour.

As it claims, Quilt had served over 100 clients with huge global companies in the list such as Amazon, Colgate, Procter & Gamble, Accenture, and Visa.

Quilt co-founder Angad Singh Chowdhry said:

“We are using anthropologists, semioticians, and designers to work with engineers, data scientists, and mathematicians. This changes the internet into the largest reflection of the human world and allows us to understand people and culture at a scale never possible before.”

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