AI firm ASI Data Science raises £1.5m investment with backing from Skype founding engineer

Jaan Tallinn, one of the men behind Skype, has backed a London firm that trains computer scientists in using artificial intelligence (AI). According to the Sunday Times, ASI Data Science, which works with the likes of easyJet and the BBC, has landed £1.5m of new investment, with LocalGlobe another backer. LocalGlobe was set up by father and son team Saul and Robin Klein, who teamed up to launch their own venture capital fund to invest in startups at the seed stage across Europe. Read more: Watch out Siri? Samsung’s next phone will have an AI assistant Between them, the Kleins have invested in some of Europe’s biggest technology startups: Zoopla, Chartbeat, Citymapper, TweetDeck, Graze and TransferWise. At LocalGlobe they have announced investments in online mortgage adviser Trussle and Estonian job…


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