Irish AI firm Zerve raises $3.8m in pre-seed funding round
The round was led by Elkstone Ventures with angel investors, including Sean Mullaney of Algolia also taking part in the fund raise
Zerve, an Irish-based data science and artificial intelligence (AI) start-up, has raised $3.8 million (€3.5 million) in pre-seed funding. The round was led by Elkstone Ventures with angel investors, including Sean Mullaney of Algolia, and Rob Hickey formerly of DataRobot, also taking part.
Zerve has developed a coding platform that is designed to help teams collaborate and share outputs more easily. The cloud based technology is designed to break down the barriers between data scientists …