Prism presents all of your bills in a single, convenient hub available on your smartphone or tablet that allows you to review, manage, and pay your bills directly from within the app anytime, anywhere. No more late fees or overdrafts! Prism knows when your bills are due, reminds you, and will alert you if a manual, scheduled, or automatic payment may overdraft your account. It's easy to set up, and you can start getting your bills organized instantly.
Type
Subsidiary
Parent Company
PayNearMe
HQ
Bellevue, US
Founded
2011
Prism was founded in 2011 and is headquartered in Bellevue, US

Prism Office Locations

Prism has an office in Bellevue
Bellevue, US (HQ)
b212 2244 132nd Ave SE

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Prism Summary

Founding Date

2011

Total Funding

$3.5 m

Investors

In total, Prism had raised $3.5 m. Prism is a subsidiary of PayNearMe

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Prism News and Updates

Prisma shifts focus to b2b with an API for AI-powered mobile effects

 The startup behind the Prisma style transfer app is shifting focus onto the b2b space, building tools for developers that draw on its expertise using neural networks and deep learning technology to power visual effects on mobile devices. Read More

Mira's Prism headset uses your iPhone to deliver affordable augmented reality

Because few people are ready to part with $3,000 to try Microsoft's HoloLens version of augmented reality, we've been waiting for a cheaper solution — and now it's here, in the form of the Prism. Developed by Los Angeles-based Mira, the device is to the HoloLens what the Samsung Gear VR is to th…

Mira’s Prism is a $99 headset vying to become the Google Daydream of augmented reality

 The Mira Prism is a strange product, intended to fill a gap that may or may not actually exist: the mid-tier AR market. The brand new startup is positioning the headset as the Gear VR or Google Daydream of augmented reality.  It’s a fair comparison, as far as cost and utility are concerned — the $9…

Prisma’s new AI-powered selfie sticker iPhone app is… ehhh

The folks behind Prisma, which was the first AI-powered art filter app for your photos, have come up with a new toy for your iPhone: Sticky AI. Fire it up and snap a selfie, and Sticky will isolate your likeness from the scene and turn it into a stylized sticker. You can also shoot a short animation…

Prisma’s next AI project is a fun selfie sticker maker called Sticky

 Meet Sticky, the next app from the startup behind Prisma, which turns selfies into stylized and/or animated stickers for sharing to your social feeds. Sticky is launching today on iOS, with an Android version due in a week or two.  Read More

Science turns paintings into photos because Prisma is so 2016

Ever thought the work of the masters didn’t look realistic enough to you? Researchers at UC Berkeley have created a way to make classic paintings look frighteningly close to photographs. The researchers used a process called “image-to-image translation,” which reconstructs paintings as pictures, amo…
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