Cranium was founded in 2022 by Paul Spicer, Felix Knoll and Jonathan Dambrot. The startup was launched in the US state of New Jersey. Cranium, which offers specialised compliance and security software for artificial intelligence models, raised $25 million in a Series A investment round. Telstra Ventures led the investment. SYN Ventures and KPMG LLP also participated in the investment round of the US-based startup. The startup has received a total of $ 32 million, including $ 25 million to date. The startup will use the investment it has received for R&D studies and innovation, especially for the growth of the company.
Cranium Develops AI-Driven Security and Tracking Software
The startup, which develops artificial intelligence-based tracking and security software, has the Cranium Enterprise software platform. This platform both detects artificial intelligence vulnerabilities and provides tracking of their work. Platform users map artificial intelligence-based work with machine learning through software. They also monitor security risks in real time. Cranium is one of KPMG’s incubation centre KPMG Studio startups. The US startup is not only working on security risks. It also provides a number of reports to its customers on the compatibility of machine learning and artificial intelligence studies. Thanks to these reports, platform users have detailed information about the compatibility and security of artificial intelligence models.