Cleanlab Raises $25 Million in Funding

Cleanlab is a leading provider of cutting-edge technology designed to help businesses save time, reduce errors, and ultimately unlock the true value of data. By utilizing advanced algorithms and machine learning techniques, Cleanlab simplifies and accelerates the process of transforming raw data into high-quality, actionable insights.

Cleanlab has raised $25 million in Series A funding. The new round was led by Menlo Ventures and TQ Ventures with participation from existing investor Bain Capital Ventures (BCV) and new investor Databricks Ventures. Cleanlab intends to use the fresh funding to expand operations and its business reach.

Cleanlab, San Francisco, California, United States, was founded in 2021 by Curtis Northcutt, Anish Athalye, and Jonas Mueller. “After working with companies like Microsoft and Tesla to get their AI-driven products to function better and helping MIT and Harvard detect cheating, it became clear that mislabeled and poorly curated data was the core issue behind these challenges,” said Cleanlab Co-Founder and CEO Curtis Northcutt. “It’s the culmination of over a decade of work to introduce Cleanlab Studio, which reimagines what AI and analytics can do for people and enterprises now that we can automate data curation and reliability.”

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