Centaur Labs Raises $15 Million, Led by Matrix Partners, to Label the World’s Medical Data, Accelerate AI Development

04 Sep, 2021

Centaur Labs Raises $15 Million, Led by Matrix Partners, to Label the World’s Medical Data, Accelerate AI Development
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– Centaur Labs, a medical data labeling company, announced $15 million in funding to advance their mission to label the world’s medical data.
– The Series A round was led by Matrix Partners with participation from other funds including Accel, Global Founders Capital, Susa Ventures, Y Combinator, and individual investors including John Capodilupo (founder and CTO of WHOOP), Tom Lee (founder of One Medical), and Elliot Cohen (founder and CPO of PillPack).
– The new capital will fund the expansion of the company’s global network of labelers and accelerate product development and hiring.
– Artificial intelligence is enabling extraordinary advances in healthcare, with the potential to reduce costs and drastically improve healthcare outcomes. However, AI is only as accurate as the data it is trained on.

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