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Pathbreaker Ventures raises $12 million to invest in emerging tech like VR and robotics

EXCLUSIVE: Pathbreaker Ventures has closed its first venture capital fund to invest $12.9 million in early stage companies in emerging technologies. Ryan Gembala, general partner of Pathbreaker, is looking to fund companies developing technologies such as virtual reality, augmented reality, robotics, artificial intelligence, autonomous vehicles, connected homes and cars, and space technologies.
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