Brain Corp is a San Diego-based technology company specializing in the development of intelligent, autonomous navigation systems for everyday machines.
The company was co-founded in 2009 by world-renowned computational neuroscientist, Dr. Eugene Izhikevich, and serial tech entrepreneur, Dr. Allen Gruber. Brain Corp’s initial work involved advanced R&D for Qualcomm Inc. and DARPA. The company is now focused on developing advanced machine learning and computer vision systems for the next generation of self-driving robots.
Brain Corp is funded by the Softbank Vision Fund and Qualcomm Ventures, the investment arm of mobile technology leader, Qualcomm Inc.
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