CAMB.AI Pulls in $4 Million in Funding

CAMB.AI, providers of technology for dubbing in more than 100 languages, dialects, and accents using the original voices with their nuances, has raised $4 million in its recent seed round. The funding will power CAMB.AI’s continued growth and progress since its founding in 2022.

CAMB.AI's tech doesn't just translate speech, it captures and conveys the speaker's original tone and nuance with less than three seconds of input.

"This technology is truly remarkable," said Vasu Kulkarni, partner at lead investor Courtside Ventures, one of the CAMB.AI investors, in a statement. "Growing up in India, a land of over 700 languages, I saw first-hand how difficult it was to consume the plethora of content out there when you couldn’t understand it. For NBA fans in India to now potentially be able watch Steph Curry while listening to the indelible Mike Breen commentating in Hindi is going to globalize the game even further."

CAMB.AI already counts Major League Soccer, Tennis Australia, Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment, Nick DiGiovanni, Narin Beauty, BeerBiceps, and many other live sports properties, media companies and individual mega-creators as clients.

"This is a monumental day for CAMB.AI, and we are excited to have an investor group that sees our vision and will help us grow," said Avneesh Prakash, CAMB.AI's CEO and co-founder, in a statement. "We've already seen amazing adoption of our technology, and we expect this funding to fast track further development and global expansion."

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