Intercom and Stripe co-founders back AI dubbing start-up
Papercup has devised speech recognition technology that translates people's voices into other languages, allowing for affordable and high-quality dubbing
John Collison, the Stripe co-founder, and Des Traynor, the Intercom co-founder, have both participated in a $20 million fundraiser for Papercup, a British start-up which has developed an artificial intelligence-powered platform that can dub videos into other languages.
The oversubscribed Series A round was led by Octopus Ventures with broadcaster Sky and Guardian Media Ventures among the other investors.
Founded in 2017 by Jesse Shemen and Jiameng Gao, Papercup has devised speech recognition technology that ...