The artificial intelligence developer has secured seed capital of undisclosed size to commercialise its AI-based neural network platform.

Intellegens, a UK-based artificial intelligence (AI) spinout from University of Cambridge, has received an undisclosed amount of seed funding from investors including the institution’s tech transfer office, Cambridge Enterprise. Angel investor Graham Snudden also contributed to the funding round. The seed round was secured alongside a separate grant from government-owned science funding agency Innovate UK,…

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