Maluuba’s mission is to empower people with the ability to find exactly what they want by speaking to their smart phone. Maluuba’s proprietary, patent-pending engine provides superior capabilities to traditional voice recognition systems. Asking a question like, “what movies are playing nearby?” enables users to buy tickets, find theater directions, and share search results on social platforms such as Facebook and Twitter.
The Maluuba language engine is a product of two years of advanced research in artificial intelligence, machine learning and linguistics. Maluuba received $2 million from Samsung Ventures in early 2012 and is planning to raise further investment later this year to expand into new domains of search, and other devices and platforms beyond the Android smart phone.
With a goal of providing users the most appropriate answers to their entertainment, organizational and communication needs, Maluuba’s find it engine positions itself at the forefront of the mobile Internet search revolution.
News on Maluuba
Maluuba has raised a Series A round of venture capital. The Waterloo startup secured $9 million for the round, which was led by Emerillon Capital, Nautilus Ventures and undisclosed strategic... more
Maluuba announced this week the release of two landmark features for their voice-powered personal assistant app. Sports and TV Schedule search are both now available on Maluuba on Windows Phone 8... more
Maluuba’s journey to SXSWi was, well, long. Literally. After getting into the Accelerator pitch competition under the Entertainment and Gaming technologies category, Maluuba had originally... more
Waterloo's Maluuba launched in September at TechCrunch Disrupt. Today they launched the latest version of their Siri-like Android app in the Google Play store with their biggest new feature to... more
Waterloo's Maluuba launched yesterday on the Battlefield of TechCrunch Disrupt in San Francisco. Maluuba is the equivalent of Apple's Siri but on Android. Self-labeled the "do-engine," Maluuba... more