London-based generative AI edtech startup Kinnu raises $6.5 million led by LocalGlobe and Cavalry Ventures
2023-07-09 10:10:17


Kinnu, a London, UK-based edtech startup, has raised $6.5 million in a round led by LocalGlobe and Cavalry Ventures, and joined by Spark Capital and Jigsaw, as well as angel investors including  Tom Hulme from Google Ventures, Guy Podjarny, and Rene Rechtman. With this funding, the total funding raised by the company accounts for $9 million.

Founded by Christopher Kahler, Abraham Muller, and Hanna Celina in 2021, Kinnu works with the mission to give everyone the power to learn anything they want to. It has created a generative AI-powered learning engine that sets out to rebalance the concentration of asset value away from educational content to the technology that enables learners to actually acquire and retain knowledge.

Kinnu believes that the traditional one-size-fits-all curriculum will soon become a thing of the past. Kinnu’s platform uses generative AI as one part of a three-pronged approach to content creation. Subjects that Kinnu provides through its mobile app include culture, history, science and psychology.

Currently, Kinnu claims it has over 100,000 downloads and over four million ‘smart reviews’ have already been answered in the app.

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