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Indigenous-led Vancouver startup aims to automate data cleanup with AI agents. – Betakit

May 27, 2024

Vancouver-based technology startup Artemis has secured $2 million CAD ($1.5 million USD) in pre-seed funding to automate data preparation with artificial intelligence (AI) agents.

The all-equity round closed in March and was led by Vancouver’s Raven Indigenous Capital Partners with support from San Francisco-based Telegraph Hill Capital, Toronto’s Ripple Ventures, and undisclosed angel investors. Artemis aims to use this capital to accelerate its product development and delivery.

Founded in 2022 by CEO Josh Gray and CTO William Shi, Artemis aims to automate data cleaning for analytics and AI. The Indigenous-led startup is developing software that enables data teams to deploy AI agents that automate data cleanup, helping data engineers gather insights and build AI products more quickly.

“Organizations need access to clean and reliable data to use AI effectively,” Gray, who is Indigenous, told BetaKit. “Today, most data teams do not have the toolset to scale their abilities and knowledge to keep up with the demand for clean data. Artemis wants to change that by helping data engineers clean and transform data. With the help of AI agents, Artemis helps our users ship more reliable and trusted data—faster.”

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