(NEW YORK)–Grid AI, a startup founded by the inventor of the popular open-source PyTorch Lightning project, William Falcon, aims to help machine learning developers work more efficiently, without the costly expense of PhD data engineers.
Lightning and Grid embeds solutions into the workflow so developers no longer need to be a PhD in AI, or spending the huge budgets other major AI companies do to get these things to work. This makes the opportunity cost of putting a simple model against a sophisticated neural network a few hours’ worth of effort instead of the months it used to take.
Their service is now in private beta, but is a really exciting play to watch.
Grid AI Series A round was led by Index Ventures, with participation from Bain Capital Ventures and firstminute.
For more info on them visit https://www.grid.ai/
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