Jul
15
2015
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OKCupid Founders Get $10.8M To Build A Kinder, Gentler Public Key Encryption Tool

Key on top of a circuit board. What do you for an encore after you founded and sold OKCupid? Well you tackle public-key encryption, of course. Keybase was the result, and the company announced a $10.8 million Series A investment today led by Andreessen Horowitz. While it may not seem like a logical next move, co-founders Max Krohn and Chris Coyne were considering what to do after they left OKCupid in 2013. They decided… Read More

Mar
31
2015
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Sensai Raises $900K To Help Data Scientists Query Unstructured Data

11189803153_88f2af5302_o Data analysis often involves looking at a large set of pretty uniform, well-structured data. But as companies continue to gather more electronic documents in all kinds of forms (and formats), those traditional techniques don’t work anymore. Companies like Palantir and IBM (with Watson) are now making it easier for data scientists and technical users to query unstructured textual… Read More

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