Global Brain (GB) has made investments in Humansing Autonomy (CEO: Maya Pindeus), a London-based startup building AI-powered technology that is able to predict the full range of pedestrian and vulnerable road user behaviour in real time, through its GB-VII Growth Fund Investment Limited Partnership (GB-VII) and 31VENTURES Global Innovation Fund I (31VENTURES).

Humanising Autonomy was founded in 2017. The company is on a mission to set the global standard in human-machine interaction and was founded on the premise of enabling a safer, more human-centered implementation of autonomous technologies.

With this seed funding, Humanising Autonomy aims to expand the reach of its AI-powered technology across various vehicle platforms and levels of automation, to make cities better for pedestrians and other vulnerable road users. The London-based startup has already deployed their software in the US, Japan, Germany and the UK.

GB will continue leveraging its resources to support Humanising Autonomy by assisting its penetration into the Asian market, including but not limited to building partnership/alliances with its potential clients.

About Humanising Autonomy

Location
London, U.K.
CEO
Maya Pindeus
URL
https://www.humanisingautonomy.com/

About GB-VII

Name
GB-VII Growth Fund Investment Limited Partnership
General Partner
Global Brain Corporation

About 31VENTURES

Name
31VENTURES Global Innovation Fund I
General Partner
Global Brain Corporation
Fund Size
5 Billion JPY

About GB

Location
Tokyo, Japan
Representative
Yasuhiko Yurimoto
Founded
January, 1998
URL
https://globalbrains.com/