CaliberAI seeks €4m funding to battle attack of the chatbots
Founder of defamation protection software firm Neil Brady says AI text generators pose ‘huge risks’ to reputation due to potential bias and a propensity for delivering false information
CaliberAI, a start-up founded by former Irish Times editor Conor Brady and his son Neil, is seeking to raise up to €4 million as it expands its offering to counter the impact of artificial intelligence-based text generators such as ChatGPT.
The company, which was founded in 2019, was set up to develop machine-learning tools that can flag potentially defamatory and harmful content. Its technology has been described as “like spell check for defamation”, and partners ...