Facial recognition startup Kairos settles lawsuits with founder and former CEO Brian Brackeen – Internet

Facial recognition startup Kairos, based by Brian Brackeen, has settled its lawsuit with Brackeen following his ouster from the corporate late final yr. Along with forcing him out of the corporate he based, Kairos sued Brackeen alleging the misappropriation of company funds and deceptive shareholders. In response, Brackeen countersued Kairos alleging the corporate and its CEO Melissa Doval deliberately destroyed his repute via fraudulent conduct.

Now, each Kairos and Brackeen are able to put this all behind them. Each events have dropped their respective lawsuits and reached a settlement, which entails persevering with to acknowledge Brackeen because the founding father of Kairos.

“We are pleased to be putting this episode behind us, and the opportunity to keep the business focused on growth,” Doval stated in a press launch. “We thank Mr. Brackeen for working towards a resolution, and wish him the best for his future endeavors.”

Brackeen tells Internethe’s excited in regards to the settlement and may now transfer on to develop into an investor at Lightship Capital, a brand new fund the place he serves as managing associate. The fund is geared towards supporting underrepresented founders and doesn’t require board seats to take a position.

“I have become the investor I didn’t have enough of…founder focused, principled, and growth minded,” Brackeen stated in an electronic mail to Internet. “Our firm puts founder support at the front of our thinking because we know what happens to shareholder value when you don’t. That’s the blessing that’s come from this chapter in my life. On to the next!”

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