Comet.ml, a New York City-based machine learning platform, raised $2.3m in seed funding.
The round was led by Trilogy Equity Partners with participation from Two Sigma Ventures, Founders Co-Op, Fathom Capital and Techstars Ventures. In conjunction with the funding, Yuval Neeman, Partner at Trilogy Equity Partners, will join Comet.ml’s Board of Directors and Matt Jacobus, Two Sigma’s Former CTO and a Venture Partner at Two Sigma Ventures, will join as a board observer.
The company, which came out of the Amazon Alexa Accelerator program, powered by TechStars, and created in partnership with Amazon’s Alexa fund in fall 2017, will use the financing to expand its team of software engineers and data scientists to continue to develop its product.
Led by Gideon Mendels, Founder and CEO, and Nimrod Lahav, Co-founder and Chief Technology Officer, Comet.ml is an infrastructure-agnostic machine learning (ML) platform that enables engineers and data scientists to track, compare, monitor and optimize ML models.
The platform manages and monitors customers’ existing systems and infrastructure (e.g., existing code, databases, software and servers) instead of requiring customers to migrate their existing codebase, datasets and DevOps tools. Within 15 seconds and one line of code customers get started on Comet.ml.
Comet.ml provides free and unlimited access to its platform for open source projects and academia to encourage reproducibility and knowledge sharing within the ML community.