Waterloo machine learning developer Maluuba closes million Series A round

Share this: Waterloo, Ontario Android machine learning company Maluuba has closed a $9 million Series A round of funding, from Montreal-based Emerillon Capital, San Francisco-based Nautilus Ventures, and undisclosed strategic investors. Founded in 2011, Maluuba launched to develop what the company refers to as “Siri for Android”, and concentrates on deep reinforcement learning to solve language-understanding problems and to train machines in emulating a human brain-like decision making process. “At Maluuba, we’re focused on solving cutting-edge problems in artificial intelligence, specifically in natural language understanding, to give machines human-like intelligence,” said Maluuba co-founder and CEO Sam Pasupalak. “We’re integrating this technology into a portfolio of products to make interactions with smart devices easier and more seamless than ever before — and this funding will open the door to even more…


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