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Deep learning for accident and disaster recovery

Deep learning for accident and disaster recovery

Deep learning has just surpassed human accuracy in large scale vision (ILSVRC). Computers can now be made to see as well as humans. We're taking it from the research lab to the real world.

Any business that relies on expert analysis of imagery or video to make decisions can be turned into a scalable, pure software business by our technology. We are exploiting opportunities in insurance, media and retail, and are exploring more in industrials and natural resources.
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Tractable claims $25M to sell damage-assessing AIs to more insurance giants

  • TechCrunch
  • 3 months ago
  • London-based insurtech AI startup Tractable, which is applying artificial intelligence to speed up accident and disaster recovery by using computer vision to perform visual damage appraisal instead of getting humans to do the job, has closed a $25 million Series C, led by Canadian investment fund Georgian Partners.
  • Existing investors also participated, including Insight Partners and Ignition Partners. The round nearly doubles the 2014-founded startup’s total funding, taking it to $55M raised to date.
  • The startup said its new funding will go on expanding its market footprint. It has customers across nine markets, globally, at this point. And in addition to its first offices in the U.K. and U.S. recently opened a permanent office in Japan — with the stated aim of serving new clients in the Asia region.
  • It also said the Series C will be used for continued product development by further enhancing its AI.
Tractable claims $25M to sell damage-assessing AIs to more insurance giants