Former Irish Times editor and son raise €600k for AI project

Conor Brady and his son Neil founded CaliberAI to find hate speech and potentially defamatory content in publications or websites

Aaron Rogan

News Correspondent @aarrogan
10th January, 2021
Former Irish Times editor and son raise €600k for AI project
Conor Brady and Neil Brady, whose software detects hate speech online Picture: Fergal Phillips

Conor Brady, the former Irish Times editor, and his son Neil have raised €600,000 for their start-up which develops artificial intelligence to spot defamatory and hateful speech.

CaliberAI has been granted €300,000 from Enterprise Ireland’s High Potential Start-Up scheme which supports businesses which have the potential to employ 10 people or generate €1 million in sales within three years. The funding has been matched by four Irish angel investors.

CaliberAI is developing machine learning...

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