Recurse ML, a UK-based startup, has secured £2.5 million in funding to develop machine learning models aimed at simplifying codebase maintenance for large enterprises. Code maintenance, which consumes nearly 30% of global software engineering time, is especially challenging in organizations with numerous repositories and extensive code files. Co-founded by Jack Jackson and Armins Stepanjans, who have strong academic backgrounds from prestigious institutions, the company aims to automate complex refactors and technical debt clean-up, allowing engineers to focus on higher-value tasks. Seedcamp and Playfair co-led the funding round, with additional support from Ventures Together and angel investors. Recurse ML is currently in a closed beta phase and piloting with major financial institutions.

Technology, Venture Capital,United Kingdom