Taiger, a startup specialising in applied artificial intelligence (AI) solutions, today disclosed a US$5.8 million funding deal to push Singapore’s AI capabilities forward in line with the country’s “Smart Nation” initiative. Its technology covers human-machine natural language interaction, semantic search, and information extraction.
Singapore-based Taiger, which specialises in applied artificial intelligence (AI) solutions, has successfully closed its S$8 million ($5.87 million) Series A round, led by Tembusu ICT Fund I and state-backed investor SGInnovate.
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