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Founded in 2016, FraudScope is an AI-based platform that helps identify fraud, waste, and abuse in healthcare.
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Paris-based Koala has raised €1.6 million in a Seed round of financing led by Insurtech Gateway with participation from Playfair Capital, according to Crunchbase.
Unlatch is a B2B software solution for residential real estate professionals – property developers, brokers, social landlords - that fully digitizes the sales process.
To support those impacted by the coronavirus pandemic, Acorns will provide Acorns Early free to babies born in 2020.
Empower Retirement’s brand will be unchanged and Personal Capital will be branded as Personal Capital, an Empower Company.
Omise operates in the space of Lydia that's powering claim reimbursements for a certain, VC-backed home insurance company.
Insurello charges a 25% fee from the insurance compensation if it's successful. Otherwise, it doesn't collect any fees.
Waymo also has partnerships with Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA), Jaguar Land Rover (JLR), and Renault Nissan Mitsubishi (The Alliance), allowing it to advance the deployment of our Waymo Driver across a variety of vehicle platforms.
It supplies the standard infrastructure for conversational AI, providing the tools required to build contextual assistants.
It also announced the acquisition of Movoto, a residential real estate search site ~24 million monthly visits.
DispatchHealth offers acute, extended, and advanced care services to treat simple to complex injuries and illnesses in more than 19 cities and plans to expand to new cities across the country.
Joining the investment round are new investors Sandbox Insurtech Ventures and Ralph de la Vega, the former Vice Chairman of AT&T. Existing investors MassMutual Ventures, Synchrony, Blue Venture Fund, Wellington Management LLP, and former CEO of LexisNexis Andrew Prozes also participated.
The transaction, which is anticipated to close by year’s end, is subject to regulatory review and other customary closing conditions.