In February of last year, more than a dozen firms announced 10 or more deals, with several participating in 20 or more. Last month, just two...
Artificial intelligence and robotics
Salesforce Ventures has launched a new $250 million generative AI fund that will look at promising generative AI startups.
Five companies joined The Crunchbase Unicorn Board in February — the fourth month in a row for new unicorns to number in the single digits.
Startups in cyber, defense and biotech all saw some large rounds in a week that for once was not dominated by artificial intelligence.
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Some under-the-radar startups that received funding last month include a predictive news platform, a crypto search engine and of course lots of AI.
February may be the shortest month of the year, but there were still some large rounds in that short time period.
Typeface launched with $65 million in funding from Lightspeed Venture Partners, Menlo Ventures, M12 and Google Ventures.
Skydio locked up a $230 million Series E at a $2.2 billion valuation — more than double its valuation from just two years ago.
In this week’s edition of Who’s Hiring In Tech, we look at open positions at funded startups in robotics.
Big rounds dominated last week, but this week were hard to come by with only two companies raising nine-figure rounds.
Netherlands-based Source.ag has raised $23 million for its AI platform that predicts the best growing conditions for greenhouse plants.