Copyleaks, a Stamford, Conn.-based artificial intelligence (AI)-based platform known for identifying the authenticity of text, raised $6m in Series A funding.
The round was led by JAL Ventures.
The company intends to use the funds to expand its presence across industries, safeguard its intellectual property, and continue to provide AI solutions that offer comprehensive content authentication.
Led by Alon Yamin, CEO and founding partner, Copyleaks is an artificial intelligence-powered plagiarism detection solution that identifies and tracks plagiarized content online. Through advanced algorithms, the plagiarism detection platform searches content on billions of web pages, websites, and online databases, and provides comprehensive, accurate results of similar content, including paraphrased content, in 100+ languages, as well as source code. Copyleaks provides a full solution for education and publishers including an AI-based grading tool for large volumes of essays and the ability to detect if source code has been copied with the Codeleaks tool. Copyleaks is available for educational institutes of all sizes, from private and public K-12 schools, universities, and other academic institutions.
The company also aims to assist enterprise clients in a variety of markets like legal, media and cybersecurity.