$25m Series A funding has been raised by Black Crow AI, an NYC-based machine learning infrastructure company called.
The round, which brings total funding to $30m, was led by Imaginary Ventures with participation from Left Lane, Good Friends, Interplay and Red Antler, existing investors Primary Venture Partners, Bloomberg Beta, Interlock Partners, and Vast Ventures, as well as the founders of digital commerce brands like Warby Parker, Mejuri, Everlane, Allbirds, Supergoop!, and Reformation.
The company plans to use the funds for the acceleration of the development of new machine learning use case in digital commerce as well as adjacent verticals.
Black Crow AI’s CEO Richard Harris is also the co-founder. This platform brings machine learning to any company, regardless of size. Its machine-learning infrastructure predicts key KPIs’ future movements in real time via easy integration. More than 200 digital commerce brands have already installed its first product.
In the 9 months since Black Crow launched its first machine learning prediction products focused on digital commerce brands, 225 companies have begun using the platform, including Solo Stove, Sakara Life and Liquid IV.