Weekly Refresh: Cerebri AI Gained $7M, Hypergiant’s Space Mission, and More

December 9, 2019
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Cerebri AI raised $7M. Its AI-driven customer experience platform, called Cerebri Values CX, uses a model that tracks each consumer individually rather than using demographic information. After another funding announcement in Q1 of 2020, the company plans to make a  majorhiring push. [Built In Austin]

Jeff Clarke named as Dell Technologies COO. Clarke formerly worked as the vice chairman of products and operations. He’ll keep his current responsibilities and his expanded role will include oversight of day-to-day operations. [PRNewswire]

Hypergiant SEOPS announced upcoming satellite launch. In early January, in partnership with Spaceflight, the company will launch three CubeSats from the International Space Station. [Press Release]

Lyft launched a new membership. Lyft Pink provides members with benefits that include priority airport pickup, 15 percent savings on personal rides and surprise upgrades. It’s now available everywhere that Lyft operates. [Press Release]

Infinitum Electric Inc. raised $12.5M. The company creates more efficient HVAC motors. The Series B funds supported the company’s move to new headquarters. [Austin Business Journal]

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