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$2.6 M Series A funding secured by AI tech firm SixSense

A series A round headed by Tin Men Capital secured $2.6 million for SixSense, an AI technology company.

The new money will be utilized to grow the company’s sales, customer success, and research and development divisions.

SixSense is a company that aids semiconductor manufacturers in identifying flaws at scale through their categorization software. It was founded in 2018 by Akanksha Jagwani and Avni Agrawal.

The company’s technology automatically detects problems after scanning millions of goods each year. The platform can also help engineers understand why these errors happen, assisting in the early detection of problems in production machinery.

The device from the Singapore-based company shortens the time it takes to verify items, improves inspection accuracy, and helps prevent revenue loss as a result of operational errors.

The Tin Men Fund II has now been deployed for the first time with this investment. The Singapore-based venture capital firm Tin Men, founded by Jeremy Tan and Murli Ravi, specializes in assisting B2B companies in Southeast Asia.




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