Daily funding roundup - November 16th, 2020

Kristin Karaoglu · November 17, 2020 · Short URL: https://vator.tv/n/5142
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Undock raised $1.6M; Arrikto landed $10M; Gretel secured $12M; Chooch.ai picks up $20M

Undock: Undock is a New York-based Chrome extension that allows users to see mutual availability across a group from within their email. Undock has raised $1.6 million in seed funding from Lightship Capital, Bessemer Venture Partners, Lerer Hippeau, Alumni Ventures Group, Active Capital, Backstage Capital and numerous individual investors. Read more 

Lila Games: Lila Games is a Santa Clara, Ca. based game studio looking to craft a new subgenre of mobile shooter game and cofounded by Joseph Kim, a former chief product officer at Sega. Lila Games has raised $2.8 million in seed funding. Bitkraft Ventures led the round, joined by Galaxy Interactive and game industry angel investors. Read more 

X-Cor Therapeutics: X-Cor Therapeutics is a Boston-based startup developing an extracorporeal carbon dioxide removal device to treat acute respiratory failure. X-Cor Therapeutics has raised $2.6 million in seed funding. Alira Health Ventures led the round, joined by Good Growth Capital, PiSA Biopharm, Flybridge Partners’ Graduate Syndicate and other angel investors. Read more 

Arrikto: Arrikto is a Palo Alto, Ca.-based startup speeding up the machine learning development lifecycle by allowing engineers and data scientists to treat data like code. Arrikto has raised $10 million in Series A funding led by Unusual Ventures. Read more 

Gretel: Gretel is a San Diego, Ca.-based startup that wants to make it faster and easier to anonymize data sets. Gretel has raised $12 million in Series A funding led by Greylock. The company has now raised $15.5 million altogether. Read more

PassiveLogic: PassiveLogic is a Salt Lake City, Ut.-based company that's developing a building controls platform. PassiveLogic has raised $16 million in Series A Funding co-led by Keyframe Capital and Addition. Read more

Chooch.ai: Chooch.ai is a San Francisco-based startup that hopes to bring computer vision more broadly to companies to help them identify and tag elements at high speed. Chooch.ai has raised $20 million in Series A funding. Vickers Venture Partners led the round, joined by 212, Streamlined Ventures, Alumni Ventures Group, Waterman Ventures and several other unnamed investors. Read more

Harbr: Harbr is a London-based startup that has built a secure platform to enable big data exchange. Harbr just raised $38.5 million in Series A funding co-led by Dawn Capital  and Tiger Global Management, with added participation from previous investors, including Boldstart Ventures, Crane Venture Partners, and Seedcamp. Read more

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