Fundings & Exits – TechCrunch 21 February 2018

With $10M in funding, Mabl brings machine learning to software testing

 Mabl, a startup that’s coming out of stealth today, uses machine learning to make functional testing for developers as easy as possible. Mabl users don’t have to write extensive (and often brittle) tests by hand. Instead, they show the application the workflow they want to test and the service performs those tests — and even automatically adapts to small user interface changes. Read More

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Intello scores $1.3 million seed round for SaaS management platform

 While the cloud removes much of the hassle and complexity associated with maintaining and managing an application, that ease of use means you can lose control of your usage and spending just as easily. Intello wants to help your company track and manage all of that information in a dashboard. Today, it announced $1.3 million in seed funding. Up until now, companies tend to track this data using… Read More

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Skelter Labs raises $9M to help put Korea on the global AI map

China and the U.S. are the two countries most closely associated with artificial intelligence (AI) technology, but a startup in Korea is out to add its nation to mix after it raised more than $9 million from some big-name investors. Skelter Labs, which was founded in 2015 by the former head of tech at Google Korea, announced today that it has raised KRW 10 billion ($9.3 million). Korean… Read More

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Anyfin bags €4.8M Series A to let you refinance your existing loans by taking a photo

 Anyfin, a startup based in Sweden that easily enables you to refinance your existing loans, including by taking a photo, has picked up €4.8 million in Series A investment. The round is co-led by Accel, and Northzone, with participation from Rocket Internet’s Global Founders Capital, and a number of unnamed angel investors from the consumer finance and fintech space. Read More

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