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
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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