In this episode the host John Siracusa chats remotely with Pierre Haren, Co-Founder and CEO of Causality Link. Causality Link researches and analyzes the stock market based on data – prices, fundamentals, and trends.
Causality Link, a provider of artificial intelligence-driven investment technology, plans to build out its research tool after a $5 million Series A funding round. CEO Pierre Haren says the firm plans to bolster its current research platform and make some key strategic hires with the capital.
Causality Link, an AI-powered research platform, will likely start to look for Series B funding in March 2021, according to co-founder and CEO Pierre Haren. The Sandy, Utah-based startup aggregates millions of documents in 18 different languages, and uses that text-based knowledge to help analyze and determine causal links between companies and events.
Causality Link, which positions itself as an AI-powered research assistant, completed a Series A round of $5 million as it targets asset managers. The firm is part of a growing number of fintech companies seeking to use artificial intelligence to dis-intermediate external research.
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Pierre Haren is no stranger to getting deals done in volatile situations. Haren was in the midst of closing the purchase of a software company he had spent the better half of two decades building when the 2008 financial crisis hit.
Gartner: Causality Link named as a Cool Vendor in AI for Banking and Investment Services by Gartner Inc
Causality Link has been named in Gartner Inc’s 2019 Cool Vendors in AI for Banking and Investment Services report, which examines innovative and disruptive FinTech vendors with unique capabilities in the marketplace.
Causality Link, a start-up artificial intelligence processing provider co-founded by an IBM data sciences heavyweight, is targeting independent research firms as an initial vertical for its platform. Although the firm is early stage, it could be an interesting fit for IRPs seeking to integrate AI into their research process.