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May Mobility uses technology to create a better, cleaner and more accessible way to get around

May Mobility uses technology to create a better, cleaner and more accessible way to get around

We are a company that uses technology to create a better, cleaner and more accessible way to get around. We operate autonomous shuttles in several cities, demonstrating that we are focused on more than just research, we are focused on impact. Transforming cities through autonomous technology to create a safer, greener, more accessible world. We are working with forward-thinking cities to provide a new experience that will make travel safe, simple and reliable.
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Senior Software Engineer: Software & Data Infrastructure Team

Software Engineer: Software & Data Infrastructure Team

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AI 50: America's most promising artificial intelligence companies

  • Forbes
  • 8 months ago

Artificial intelligence is infiltrating every industry, allowing vehicles to navigate without drivers, assisting doctors with medical diagnoses, and mimicking the way humans speak. But for all the authentic and exciting ways it’s transforming the tasks computers can perform, there’s a lot of hype, too.

Forbes just created their inaugural AI 50 list, a collection of promising, U.S.-based startups that are wielding some subset of artificial intelligence and demonstrating real business potential.

AI 50: America's most promising artificial intelligence companies

Steve Vozar

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CTO at May Mobility. Former roboticist at the University of Michigan and Johns Hopkins University, with research funded by NASA, Ford, DARPA and more.

Edwin Olson

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Founder and CEO, May Mobility. Associate Professor of EECS at the University of Michigan and Director of the APRIL laboratory. PhD from MIT in 2008.
Worked at May Mobility, May Mobility, 10 years of prior experience in automotive new technology and venture investment.
Total raised

$15.1M

Funded over

2 rounds

Latest round

Series A (Jan 2018)