We believe that AI has the power to transform every aspect of our lives -- from healthcare to agriculture. The exponential impact of artificial intelligence will mean mammograms can happen quickly and cheaply, irrespective of the limited number of radiologists there are in the world, and growers will know the instant that disease hits their farm without even being there.
At Labelbox, we’re building a platform to accelerate the development of this future. Rather than requiring companies to create their own expensive and incomplete homegrown tools, we’ve created a training data platform that acts as a central hub for humans to interface with AI. When humans have better ways to input and manage data, machines have better ways to learn.
We are backed by some of the finest people in the Silicon Valley who work at Andreessen Horowitz, Gradient Ventures (Google's AI fund), Kleiner Perkins and First Round Capital.
Co-Founder & CEO
For over 6 years, Manu has designed and built products used by thousands of organizations at highly transformative companies such as Planet Labs and DroneDeploy. His interests range from artificial intelligence to clean energy, aviation and space exploration.
General Partner, Andreessen Horowitz
Peter is a general partner at Andreessen Horowitz where he focuses on enterprise investing. He’s been with the firm since 2010 and led its Series A investment in GitHub where he was on the board through its acquisition by Microsoft for $7.5 billion in 2018.
Managing Director, Gradient Ventures (Google's AI fund)
Prior to starting Gradient Ventures, Anna was Google’s Vice President of Engineering in AI - integrating AI into products across Google. She also serves on the Board of Directors at Square, Inc.
Co-Founder & COO
Brian is an accomplished engineer, data scientist and software developer turned serial entrepreneur. He began his career doing aerodynamics, testing and flight certification of the Boeing 787 Dreamliner. Afterward, he built an Aerospace company that put scientific experimentation systems on the International Space Station.