Sam Altman and Lachy Groom lead Humane Inc. Series A to build the next computing platform
San Francisco, NFAPost: Humane Inc. announced that it has raised a $30 million Series A round led by Sam Altman and Lachy Groom. This round will enable the company to continue its mission to deliver the next shift between humans and computing.
The company is building innovative technology that feels familiar, natural, and human and that helps in improving the human experience and is born from good intentions.
Humane Inc comes up with products that put human back in touch with themselves, each other, and the world around us. Its solutions helps in creating experiences that are built on trust with interactions that feel magical, and bring joy.
Expressing happiness over the company’s achievement, Humane co-founders Imran Chaudhri and Bethany Bongiorno said it is time for a change.
“We are building a different type of company and a new platform for a new era. Pioneering new paradigms takes passion and ambition, we’re thrilled to partner with Sam and Lachy to help deliver on our vision,” said Humane co-founders Imran Chaudhri and Bethany Bongiorno.
Investors Sam Altman and Lachy Groom said they are having deep conviction that what Humane is building is the future.
“New computing platforms don’t come along very often and what the team has created is genuinely amazing. Humane has a real chance at a revolution and we are both incredibly excited to partner with them over the coming decades,” said Sam Altman and Lachy Groom.
Also participating in the round were Marc Benioff, Valia Ventures, Plexo Capital, Kindred Ventures and others. This diverse set of investors brings a unique blend of technological, operational, and global expertise that will help the Humane team in its mission to deliver a new platform for the next era of computing.
Humane is a technology company that creates and sells consumer hardware, software, and services that feel familiar, natural and humane. Humane is the next shift between humans and computing, the best human experience ever.