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April 10, 2018

Client News: MediaGamma Closes £2 M Round

Rael Cline, Co-founder and CEO, MediaGamma Congrats to our client MediaGamma who closed a £2m round from the UCL Technology Fund in partnership with ParkWalk Advisors and the London Co-Investment…
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InsightsLife Sciences
February 15, 2018

Funding AI, VR And AR Startups In Medtech For Growth

Our partner and co-founder, James Shaw, recently participated in a panel discussion about funding artificial intelligence (AI), virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) start-ups in healthcare at Biotech and Money/Medtech…
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InvestorsNews
October 6, 2017

In Client News: Crane Venture Partners Leads $30 M Series C For AI Startup

Congratulations to our client, Crane Venture Partners on leading the Series C $30 Million funding round for London-based Onfido. Onfido uses artificial intelligence algorithms to help websites verify people’s identities by merely…
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InvestorsNews
July 27, 2017

Atomico Leads $30 M Investment Round in AI Chip Company Graphcore

Artificial intelligence (AI) takes another step forward. Graphcore, a UK chip designer that designs chips specifically for AI, recently closed a $30 M round to support their continued expansion. The round was led by our client, Atomico and included…
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InsightsIntellectual Property
July 12, 2017

European Commission Looks At EU-Wide Civil Law Rules On Robotics And Artificial Intelligence

EU told to lead the way on liability rules and ethical standards for Artificial Intelligence. The  European Commission delivers its initial response. In our blog last month, we looked at the Member…
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InsightsIntellectual Property
June 12, 2017

Liability Rules And Ethical Standards For Artificial Intelligence

EU told to lead the way on liability rules and ethical standards for Artificial Intelligence  What are the liability rules and ethical standards coming down the road for artificial intelligence?…
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Events
December 20, 2016

Artificial Intelligence, Robots And Techcrunch Disrupt

Boston Dymamics CEO Marc Raibert shows off the Spot, a walking robot dog at TC Disrupt 2016, London. (Image credit: Imran Bhatia)   In early December, Techcrunch Disrupt London came to…
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