SenSat, a UK startup that uses visual and spatial data to ‘simulate reality', picks up $4.5M seed

Post date: 2018-08-10 21:00:16
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SenSat, a U.K. startup aiming to use visual and spatial data to “simulate reality” and help computers better understand the physical world, has raised $4.5 million in seed funding — cash it will use to further develop the technology, and invest in its San Francisco office. The round was backed by Force Over Mass, Round
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