Neura adds a new level of usefulness to your personal communication, to your apps and devices. Picture how well our technology can serve us if it knows our likes and dislikes, habits, and the important people in our lives. Neura makes technology more useful for you; by learning you, it adapts to your habits, devices and services around you, so it can serve you better by being more intuitive. Our approach is a truly human-centered one, giving you full control of how you’d like your information to be used. For us, your data is yours. Neura automates part of your communication with people you care most about; for example, you get notified every time your kids get home safe from school, making sure you go through your day without worry. Neura also helps you manage your data, giving you full and rightful control over it. You get to decide what parts of your data it shared with whom. By sharing bits of data with your devices and apps, only after express permission from you, Neura helps enhance your everyday experiences. For example, you can share the fact that you have just started running with your music app so it will start playing your running playlist. Or, a music player that knows when to play your favorite music and when to play the music you listen to with your significant other because they’re with you.
Company Growth (employees)
Type
Private
HQ
Sunnyvale, US
Founded
2013
Size (employees)
48 (est)+3%
Neura was founded in 2013 and is headquartered in Sunnyvale, US

Neura Office Locations

Neura has offices in Sunnyvale and Herzliya
Sunnyvale, US (HQ)
203 102 Persian Dr
Herzliya, IL
2 El Al St

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Founding Date

2013

Total Funding

$13 m

Latest funding size

$11 m

Time since last funding

over 1 year

Investors

Neura's latest funding round in January 2016 was reported to be $11 m. In total, Neura has raised $13 m

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Google’s Allo combines artists with neural networks to turn your selfies into stickers

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Microsoft launches a new service for training deep neural networks on Azure

 At its Build developer conference, Microsoft today announced the launch of Azure Batch AI Training. While that’s a mouthful, the name pretty much tells you what it is: a new service for batch training deep neural networks on the company’s Azure cloud computing platform. This service is now in priva…

This neural network could make animations in games a little less awkward

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Elon Musk’s Neuralink wants to turn cloud-based AI into an extension of our brains

 Elon Musk has been working on a Neuralink, a human-computer brain interface company, in whatever spare moments he has between running Tesla and also running SpaceX. Neuralink’s ultimate aim may actually be the most ambitious of all three of his companies, surprisingly, and a new exploration of the …

Neural networks made easy

 If you’ve dug into any articles on artificial intelligence, you’ve almost certainly run into the term “neural network.” Modeled loosely on the human brain, artificial neural networks enable computers to learn from being fed data. This guide to neural networks aims to give you a conversational level…
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