Chalk raises $10M

San Francisco, Calif.-based Chalk, a data platform specializing in machine learning, has raised $10 million in seed funding. The investment round was led by General Catalyst, Unusual Ventures, and Xfund.

Chalk addresses the complexities inherent in machine learning, offering a range of tools designed to streamline data orchestration for real-time decision-making. Its offering includes a computation layer, an LLM (large language model) toolchain, a feature store, integrated monitoring, and branches for data science experimentation.

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