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Aldebaran Robotics Raises $13 Million in Round Led by Intel Capital
The funds will help expand the humanoid robot company's products into additional areas such as health and social care.
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Aldebaran Robotics SA, a leading European humanoid robotics company, announced that it has raised US$13 million in new venture funding. The series C round of financing was led by Intel Capital, with additional participation from its current investors, CDC Innovation, iSource and Crédit Agricole Private Equity.

Aldebaran Robotics currently manufactures and sells advanced, programmable humanoid robots, with the aim of contributing to the well-being of humans, through solutions addressing personal services, healthcare and assistance to children with autism. Its products combine a range of facial and voice recognition technologies…

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