Drive Capital invests in AI-for-anybody startup by Columbus serial entrepreneurs


The team that led a Columbus machine-learning business to acquisition in three years is back, this time with a new AI-for-anyone startup that’s raised $12.75 million.

CEO Ryan Sevey and CTO Jason Montgomery founded Mantium Inc. in January, after leaving the Ohio office of DataRobot, the Boston company that acquired their prior startup, Nexosis Inc.

Columbus-based Drive Capital LLC and Top Harvest Capital led the round. Adam Ghobargh, Top Harvest founder, was formerly a longtime executive of Google and its VC arm.

Mantium seeks to make artificial intelligence accessible to anybody – the website touts its platform as no more difficult than using a word processor.

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Written by Carrie Ghose.

Originally published November 10, 2021.

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