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Hello! Here’s what happened today in European Tech. Deals – Rohlik, the Czech Republic-based online grocery supermarket and delivery service founded in 2014, is now a €300 million-a-year business thanks to Covid-19. The Prague-based company today announced that it has secured €190 million in funding to fuel further growth.
Israeli health tech startup Agamon has raised $3 million in funding from MMC Ventures, InHealth Ventures, Seedcamp and Bayer G4A to help hospitals improve its processes by transforming clinical text into structured data. Agamon offers AI software that it says can train hospital computers to ‘read’ and interpret the
Last week, I hopped on a call with Emil Hewage, the affable co-founder and CEO of a Cambridge-based company called BIOS, in an effort to understand what the ‘neural engineering startup’ is up to – with limited success at first, I might add. Indeed, BIOS’ mission (to create “the