Rabbit raises $20M

Los Angeles, Calif.-based AI company Rabbit has raised $20 million in a funding round. Khosla Ventures led the investment in Rabbit. Existing investors Synergis Capital also participated in the funding, along with strategic partners Kakao Investment.

Rabbit says the capital infusion will be allocated towards expanding the company’s engineering and product development efforts.

Rabbit’s core product is rabbit OS, an AI-powered personalized operating system that uses a natural language interface. Its technology speeds up multimedia language model applications, and enables real-time, application-programming-interface-free agency on any platform, according to the company. Rabbit is also developing a dedicated hardware device for the operating system.

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