AudioTelligence nets £6.5m to clean up speech for voice assistants

UK startup AudioTelligence has raised £6.5m in a Series A funding round to expand the licensing activity of its “autofocus for sound” software, which enables voice assistants to focus on speech amid background noise. Founded in 2017 as a spin-out from Cambridge-founded CEDAR Audio, the startup’s technology uses “blind audio signal separation” to focus on … Continue reading SumUp beats the fintech downturn with €590m funding round