CrowdFlower raises $20 million

San Francisco-based artificial intelligence company CrowdFlower has raised $20 million. The investment was led by Industry Ventures, with new investor Salesforce Ventures, participating alongside existing investors Canvas Ventures, Microsoft Ventures and Trinity Ventures.

The CrowdFlower software platform supports use cases including self-driving cars, intelligent personal assistants, medical image labeling, content categorization, customer support ticket classification, social data insight, CRM data enrichment, product categorization, and search relevance, according to the company.

[Image courtesy: CrowdFlower]


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