Israel-based BeyondMinds has raised $15 million in a funding round. The round was co-led by Grove Ventures and private investor Marius Nacht, co-founder of Israeli cybersecurity firm Check Point Software and health tech VC firm aMoon Fund.
“We are happy to join and help the exceptional team at BeyondMinds to scale their business, and are excited to see how their innovative AI technology, groundbreaking approach and vision positively influence companies throughout their AI transformation,” said OphirShoham, former Director of Defense R&D Directorate at the Israeli Ministry of Defense (MAFAT) who co-led the round on behalf of Nacht.
BeyondMinds will be using this funding to power the development of its AI solution and strengthen its management team. The company is currently one of the most promising AI startups. Microsoft, Samsung, and KPMG are amongst its many high-profile customers.
“We are achieving wide-market adoption with a relentless focus on production,” said RotemAlaluf, the founder and CEO of BeyondMinds. “We are excited by the breakthroughs being made on the academic level and have created an enterprise grade, scalable AI architecture to ensure production systems deliver business value from day one through day forever.”
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