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Founder of Google Brain Raises $57 Million for Startup Landing AI

What Landing AI is and what does it do?

Landing AI has developed a computer vision tool that manufacturers then can use to create their own visual inspection software.

Who founded Landing AI?

The company was founded by AI pioneer Andrew Ng, founder of the Google Brain research lab, former chief scientist of Baidu, and former professor of computer science at Stanford University.

How much has Landing AI raised?

$57 million, the firm’s customers include American industrial tools maker Stanley Black & Decker and electronics manufacturer Foxconn of Taiwan.

Who has invested in Landing AI?

The investment was led by McRock Capital. Intel Capital and Samsung Catalyst Fund participated in this series A funding. Insight Partners and the Canadian Pension Plan Investment Board were also involved.

What domain name does Landing AI operate on?

The startup went for the domain Landing.ai. It shares that name with the firm’s main product, LandingLens. The .ai extension is highly popular with Artificial Intelligence startups, even though it is the country extension for Anguilla and it’s governed by the country.

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