Jelly is a human-powered discovery and search parsing engine driven by images, founded in April 2013 by Biz Stone and Ben Finkel.
According to Biz Stone, the jellyfish was chosen to represent their product because it has a loose network of nerves that act as a “brain” similar to the way they envision loosely distributed networks of people coordinating via Jelly to help each other.
Funding Rounds (2) - undisclosedUpdate
Board Members and Advisors (2)Update
|Apr 28, 2016||TechCrunch - Twitter co-founder Biz Stone relaunches Jelly as a human-powered search engine|
|Jan 7, 2016||TechCrunch - Biz Stone “Unpivots” To Revive Q&A App Jelly|
|May 14, 2014||TechCrunch - Ask Pinterest Anything? Site Tests Q&A Feature|
|Jan 23, 2014||TechCrunch - Biz Stone’s Jelly Raises Series B Led By Greylock, And Josh Elman Joins The Board|
|May 16, 2013||allthingsd.com - Jelly, Biz Stones Startup, Raises a Round (With a Little Help From Friends)|
|Apr 1, 2013||The Next Web - The Next Web|
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