Tensorleap Raises $5.2 Million in Seed Round  

by Kay Aloha Villamor in October 25th, 2022

Tensorleap, a Ramat Gan, Israel-based startup, announced that it has departed from stealth and launched a new debugging and explainability platform for neural networks following a Seed round of $5.2 million. 

The venture is backed by Angular Ventures, Sozo Ventures, and Industry Ventures and hopes to bring transparency to deep learning models during the development phase.

"I experienced first-hand the current limitations of neural network development as CTO in the autonomous driving space," said David BenDavid, co-founder and CEO of Tensorleap. "We had zero visibility when it came to pinpointing where and why models failed and how to improve them. My partners and I founded Tensorleap to remove the blindfold."

The company's platform helps data scientists understand how a Deep Learning model interprets data and how it makes decisions. They can also see its failures and understand why they occurred.

Company: Tensorleap Ltd.

Raised: $5.2M

Round: Seed Round 

Funding Month: October 2022

Lead Investors: Angular Ventures, Sozo Ventures, and Industry Ventures

Additional Investors: 

Company Website: https://tensorleap.ai/

Software Category: Deep-Learning Analysis Platform

About the Company: Founded in 2020, Tensorleap is led by co-founder and CEO David Ben David; co-founder and CTO Yotam Azriel; and co-founder and CCO Nir Ben David. Tensorleap is a deep-learning analysis platform providing guided error analysis, unit testing, and dataset architecture, enabling data science teams to build high-performing models they can trust. Tensorleap platform is offered as a SaaS that can be installed on the client's infrastructure or in the cloud. It supports data in images, text, graphs, tabular information, and more. Tensorleap offers data scientists the only debugging and explainability development platform for neural networks. By bringing transparency to deep learning models, Tensorleap eliminates uncertainty. Tensorleap is on a mission to make deep learning more accessible, understandable, and reliable. The company is based in Ramat Gan, Israel.

Source: https://www.calcalistech.com/ctechnews/article/rksrl5cxi



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