CrowdFlower Receives M to Advance New AI/Machine Learning Direction

Mopic/Adobe Stock CrowdFlower, a well-known microtask crowdsourcing business founded in 2007, announced this week that it had raised $10 million in a Series D round. That brings the total funding for the company to $37 million. The round was led by Microsoft Ventures, with Canvas Ventures and Trinity Ventures in tow. The investment will primarily be used to advance the new CrowdFlower solution offering called “CrowdFlower AI,” which provides CrowdFlower’s customers the ability of to economically utilize artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning.   In its earlier years, CrowdFlower provided straightforward crowd microtask solutions. Customers could launch projects, such as data collection and categorization and sentiment analysis. The platforms would distribute microtasks to the CrowdFlower crowd, aggregate the results and then provide a processed data set back to the customer.…

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