Ceartas raises $4.5M to detect AI-generated content

Ceartas' 99% removal rate for unauthorised content posted on the biggest digital platforms has earned it a reputation as a cybersecurity leader.
Ceartas raises $4.5M to detect AI-generated content

Dublin-based anti-piracy startup Ceartas has raised a $4.5M Seed round, a follow-up to previous funding in 2021.

Ceartas’ platform de-indexes and issues legal notices for pirated content, significantly reducing that content’s visibility on Google by 98%, with a rate of 99% in overall content removal from both search engines and other sources. It also offers detection of deepfakes and other unauthorised copyright infringement generated using AI.

Ceartas is an official safety partner of OnlyFans and the brand protection partner of Fanfix; with whom it collaborates to safeguard digital content and intellectual property across key platforms in the digital economy.

Participants in the funding round were Earlybird Venture Capital, Upside VC and a range of angel investors. This latest investment also propels Ceartas to enhance its bespoke anti-piracy solutions, catering to diverse sectors and addressing the escalating sophistication of digital threats.

Dan Purcell, Co-founder and CEO at Ceartas, shared: “As we navigate an era rife with advanced piracy, copyright infringements, deepfakes, and disinformation, Ceartas leads the charge in brand protection. By harnessing AI, we develop cutting-edge solutions to these complex challenges. 

“We're excited to bolster our support for content creators and expand our enterprise solutions to meet the needs of industry giants. Looking ahead, we're optimistic about safeguarding the digital landscape against the evolving threats of digital theft, abuse, and misuse.”

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