It's a robotics and artificial intelligence startup. Anki programs physical objects to be intelligent and adaptable in the physical world, and aims to solve the problems of positioning, reasoning, and execution in artificial intelligence and robotics. The company debuted Anki Drive during the 2013 Apple Worldwide Developers Conference keynote. The company received $50 million in Series A and Series B venture funding from Andreessen Horowitz, Index Ventures, and Two Sigma. In September 2014, Anki announced that it has raised another $55 million in Series C venture funding led by JP Morgan. In June 2016, the company announced its latest round of funding, which amounted to $52.5M, also led by JP Morgan. Total funding to date is $182.5 million. Marc Andreessen and Danny Rimer serve on the company's board, in addition to the three co-founders.