Jukedeck named one of WIRED’s ‘100 Hottest European Startups’ of 2015


Jukedeck, a University start-up and Cambridge Enterprise portfolio company, has been named one of WIRED’s ‘100 Hottest European Startups’ in 2015.


In its September issue, WIRED magazine reports “Jukedeck uses AI to generate unique, copyright-free music for everything from YouTube videos to games and lifts. Founded by Cambridge graduates Ed Rex and Patrick Stobbs, it lets its clients pick a genre before software composes the piece. The company won both HRH The Duke of York’s Pitch@Palace and Le Web in 2014, and raised £500,000 in seed funding.”

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