Israeli startups Kubiya, Tensorleap raise seed funding
Kubiya, an Israeli startup developing artificial intelligence-based solutions for DevOps teams, has raised $6 million in a seed funding round.
The round was led by Hyperwise Ventures alongside investors Pierre Lamond, Giora Yaron, and others.
Kubiya says it embeds the virtual assistant within existing interfaces such as Slack and Teams, as well as low-code editors and other APIs.
The startup says it is working with companies like Aston Martin, Earnin, ZenBusiness, and others.
Israel-based startup Tensorleap is raising $5.2 million in a seed funding round led by Angular Ventures, Sozo Ventures, and Industry Ventures.
The round comes as the company comes out of stealth mode and takes its platform into the development phase.
Tensorleap claims its platform lowers the risk of models that fail in production and helps data scientists understand how a Deep Learning model interprets data, how it makes decisions, and they can also see its failures and understand why they occurred.
The startup is led by co-founder and CEO David Ben David co-founder and CTO Yotam Azriel, and co-founder and CCO, Nir Ben David.