Top Artificial Intelligence and Robotics Investments in July 2020

by August 8, 2020

AI and Robotics

Artificial Intelligence is growing at a faster pace. Despite the unprecedented situation of coronavirus, 2020 till date has witnessed sustained momentum. Funding has increased by 51%  to $8.4B from the previous quarter. With this faster pace, it is also attracting a series of funding and financial investments. Let’s go through some of the important investments in artificial intelligence and robotics companies in July 2020.



Amount Funded: $6 million

Transaction Name: Seed Round

Lead Investors: Kindred Capital and Capnamic Ventures

BotsAnduS creates robots that work with people in shopping centers, retail stores, office buildings, airports etc. They aim at digitising the full customer journey by automating the collection of onsite data and providing 24/7 customer service.

BotsAnduS has reported that it has raised a $6m seed funding, which was co-driven by Kindred Capital and Capnamic Ventures, along with angel investors participating in the round.



Amount Funded: $225 million

Transaction Name: Seed E Funding

Lead Investors: Alkeon Capital Management

UiPath, a leading RPA company has brought $225 million up in Seed E funding. The round was driven by Alkeon Capital Management. Other investors participating in the round are Accel, Coatue, Dragoneer, IVP, Madrona Venture Group, Sequoia Capital, Tencent, Tiger Global, Wellington. The funding will be utilized for developing automation solutions in order to mitigate the risks posed on productivity and supply of human workers.



Amount Funded: $100 million

Transaction Name: Series C Funding

Lead Investors: Next47

Skydio is a leader in autonomous flight technology and a U.S. drone manufacturer. Skydio raised $100 million in Series C funding. The round was driven by Next47 along with Levitate Capital, NTT DOCOMO Ventures, and existing investors including Andreessen Horowitz, IVP, and Playground participating in the round. The organization will utilize the funding to grow its operations in public sector markets and accelerate product development.



Amount Funded: $56.2 million

Transaction Name: Series A Funding

Lead Investors: Lightspeed Venture Partners

The Bay Area-based robotics startup , has raised $56.2 million up in Series A funding led by Kleiner Perkins, Lightspeed Venture Partners, Obvious Ventures, Pacific West Bank, B37 Ventures, Presidio (Sumitomo) Ventures, Blackhorn Ventures, Liquid 2 Ventures and Stanford StartX.

Dexterity offers robots for warehousing, logistics and supply chain operations. It has already seen a boost from the push for essential services during the COVID-19 pandemic.



Amount Funded: $13m

Transaction Name: Series A Funding

Lead Investors: Index Ventures

Abacus.AI, a San Francisco, CA-based AI research and AI cloud services company, has as of late brought $13m up in Series A funding driven by Index Ventures, with participation from Eric Schmidt, Ram Shriram, Decibel Ventures, Jerry Yang, Mariam Naficy, Erica Shultz, Neha Narkhede, Xuezhao Lan, and Jeannette Furstenberg.

The company will use the funding to grow its research team and scale its operations.


Deep Longevity

Amount Funded: –

Transaction Name: Series A

Lead Investors: ETP Ventures

Deep Longevity, a biotechnology company transforming longevity R&D through AI-discovered biomarkers of aging, has raised Series A funding of an undisclosed amount. The round was led by ETP Ventures and different prominent investors like BOLD Capital Partners, Longevity Vision Fund, Oculus, Formic Ventures, and LongeVCalso participated.


Caption Health

Amount Funded:

Transaction Name: Seed funding

Lead Investors: Y Combinator

The company raised an undisclosed amount of Seed funding. Nana is building the Guild for the eventual future of work. A distributed workforce of tradespeople, starting with the $4B Appliance Repair industry. Nana is an on-demand home maintenance marketplace. A marketplace meets modern trade school, showing new aptitudes and associating the 10M+ Americans who will be affected via automation to more compelling jobs in the home services space.

Nana is a place for consumers to complete things, and AI and a learning management system for skilled professionals.

Amount Funded: $53m

Transaction Name: Series B

Lead Investors: DCVC

Caption Health, the Calif.-based medical artificial intelligence (AI) company, has raised a $53m Series B funding driven by existing investor DCVC. Other investors which participated in the round are Atlantic Bridge, Edwards Lifesciences, along with existing investor Khosla Ventures. . The company plans to scale up its operations and develop its AI technology platform.



Amount Funded: $6.5m

Transaction Name: Series A

Lead Investors: Debiopharm

Computational biology startup Nucleai raised $6.5m Series A funding led by Debiopharm – a Swiss biopharmaceutical company. Previous investors Vertex Ventures and Grove Ventures also participated in the round.

Nucleai offers an AI-powered precision oncology platform that offers biomarker discovery and treatment decisions for cancer treatments. It combines machine learning and computer vision to model the characteristics of both the tumour and the patient’s immune system.



Amount Funded: £2.5m

Transaction Name: Seed Funding

Lead Investors: NPIF and XTX Ventures

Logicaly, a UK-based dtech startup declared that it has raised £2.5m seed funding from NPIF and XTX Ventures. The company aims to use the funding to continue developing its product in time for the US election.

The startup deploys AI to detect fake and news and misinformation as well as provide fact-checking service to combat fake news.