Anki is a racing game that uses artificial intelligence and robotics to take the best of video games and combine it with physical games. The game is harnessing robotics and artificial intelligence to bring to life consumer products with unprecedented level of intellect and interactive capabilities. Anki creates consumer experiences using cutting-edge technology that was once confined to robotics labs and research institutes.

San Francisco, US
Size (employees)
237 (est)+6%
Anki was founded in 2010 and is headquartered in San Francisco, US
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Key People/Management at Anki

Boris Sofman

Boris Sofman

Co-Founder, CEO
Mark Palatucci

Mark Palatucci

Co-Founder, Head of Cloud Ai and Data Science
Hanns Tappeiner

Hanns Tappeiner

Co-Founder, President
Craig Rechenmacher

Craig Rechenmacher

Chief Marketing Officer
Mark Bradley

Mark Bradley

Chief Revenue Officer
Patrick de Neale

Patrick de Neale

Chief Strategy Officer
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Anki Office Locations

Anki has an office in San Francisco
San Francisco, US (HQ)
55 2nd Street
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Anki Financials and Metrics

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Total Funding

$157.5 m

Latest funding size

$52.50 m

Time since last funding

2 years ago


Anki's latest funding round in June 2016 was reported to be $52.5 m. In total, Anki has raised $157.5 m
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Anki Online and Social Media Presence

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Anki News and Updates

The scientific, efficient way to learn languages: “spaced repetition”

Before your trip abroad, you hit the flashcards hard. You memorized how to say essential words and phrases like “hello,” “where is the bathroom,” and…

Cozmo the robot is a blindingly clever little gadget

Often in the run-up to Christmas, there’s a toy that’s so wildly, implausibly hyped – Furby, Tickle Me Elmo, Buzz Lightyear – that rational people will throw rival parents into traffic to get their hands on one. This year, that toy should have been Anki’s Cozmo, but somehow this awesome little robot…

Anki releases expanded features for coding Cozmo the funny robot

Anki is releasing a major free update for Cozmo, the funny robot that has been one of the hot toys in 2017. The Cozmo Code Lab debuted earlier this year, but now the lab is getting an update that will help it live up to the dream of enabling a wider variety of people to […]

Redditors will collaborate to move Anki’s Cozmo robot through rooms

Robot marketing has evolved. Today, Anki’s Cozmo robot will participate in a livestream that turns all of the social networking site Reddit into a kind of virtual escape room. The event is an homage to Reddit and its culture, and it represents a new way for people to interact with Anki’s Cozmo robot…

Hardware unicorns are on the rise, and China is dominating

GUEST: Four years ago, when the first unicorn count took place, there were 39 startups on the list, only one of them a hardware company. Today the world has some 213 unicorns, and 18 of those are hardware startups. Considering hardware accounts for only a small percentage of the world’s tech startup…

Cozmo Code Lab makes Anki’s personal robot easy to program

Last fall, when Anki released Cozmo — a programmable robot with computer vision and a fun personality — there wasn’t much you could do with it. Cozmo could recognize your face and greet you and play simple games with blocks. But now the robot is now getting smarter and easier to program with a tool …
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