The Cornell cardiovascular data technology spinout has launched with $54m in funding, $43m coming from an American College of Cardiology-backed series B round.

Cleerly, a US-based developer of machine learning algorithms for heart disease detection, received $43m yesterday in a series B round that included American College of Cardiology. The round was led by venture capital firm Vensana Capital and also featured Cigna Ventures, the corporate venturing arm of healthcare services provider Cigna, as well as LRVHealth, New…

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