Copenhagen-based AI-driven healthcare and public safety technology company, Corti, has successfully closed a $60 million Series B funding round. The funding round was co-led by venture capital firms Prosus Ventures and Atomico, with participation from existing investors Eurazeo, the Export and Investment Fund of Denmark, and Chr. Augustinus Fabrikker.
The capital infusion will be used to accelerate Corti’s growth in the healthcare sector and further enhance its AI technologies. Corti has been at the forefront of revolutionizing the healthcare industry by providing innovative solutions that improve decision-making processes for medical professionals. The company aims to optimize clinician workflows and enhance patient care through advanced AI capabilities.
In addition to expanding its presence in the healthcare sector, Corti plans to enhance its AI capabilities in the field of public safety. The company has been pioneering efforts to assist call takers in managing the quality and efficiency of their conversations, enabling more effective triage.
Since its founding in 2016, Corti has rapidly expanded its global team and attracted top-tier talent. The company works with leading medical organizations to improve decision-making processes and enhance patient outcomes. Corti’s AI technology serves as a Co-Pilot to healthcare professionals, resulting in best-in-class care, fewer errors, and a better workflow.
The Series B funding will fuel Corti’s global expansion, allowing the company to grow its team and client base. With AI that understands commonalities across languages and regions, Corti aims to offer global access to fast, consistent, and high-quality healthcare advice at a lower cost. The funding will also support Corti’s mission to pioneer new AI solutions for public safety.
Corti’s Co-Founder and CTO, Lars Maaløe, expressed confidence in the company’s ability to stay ahead of the curve in AI innovation. Co-Founder and CEO, Andreas Cleve, emphasized the positive impact of combining human expertise with AI, leading to improved care and workflow efficiency.
Overall, the $60 million Series B funding will drive Corti’s expansion, positioning the company as a key player in the healthcare and public safety sectors.
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