ICN researcher's spin-out company wins Innovate.AI competition and $1m investment
3 May 2018
A start-up co-founded by Dr Fintan Nagle (UCL Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience) has won this year's Microsoft Innovate.AI competition.
Dr Nagle, who is part of the Ateention and Cognitive Control research group at ICN, co-founded Hazy in 2017 with two software entrepreneurs, CTO James Arthur and CEO Harry Keen. A UCL Business spin-out company, Hazy offers software which aims to help developers and data scientists to share information securely.
Innovate.AI is a global competition launched and supported by M12. Its goal is to recognise and award capital to high-potential artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning startup.
As winners of Innovate.IA's European category, Hazy receives $1 million of investment from M12 (formerly Microsoft Ventures) in partnership with Notion Capital.