Digital fitness startup Another Round has appointed Jesse Shanahan as CTO.
The company applies its proprietary AI to personal training, making it more accessible, convenient and effective.
Shanahan has extensive experience in data science and tech innovation, including developing and leading projects with a focus on delivering machine learning and artificial intelligence products.
Shanahan was previously Technical Lead of Applied AI at Peltarion, where she focused on democratising AI.
Jesse Shanahan, CTO at Another Round, said:
“I am absolutely excited to join Another Round and to start a new chapter in my career.
“I can’t wait to combine my love of technology with my passion for community building, ethics and health.
“We have an incredible opportunity to not only drive innovation but to also redefine fitness to be more inclusive, and I am thrilled to be a part of that vision and team!
“My overall vision is to approach fitness as one part of a holistic view of health, and a key part of this is being intentional with our use of cutting-edge technology, ensuring it is both accessible and explainable!”
Another Round was set up in 2018 by ex-professional MMA fighter turned fitness tech entrepreneur, Max Cotton.
Max Cotton, founder and CEO of Another Round stated:
“We’re building a world-class team at Another Round and Jesse’s a really important hire for us.
“As soon as I met her I hoped we’d be able to bring her onboard one day.
“She’s a leader in the AI industry, particularly in creating ethical, innovative solutions and we’re over the moon to have her in the senior team.”
Another Round received a six-figure investment from PureGym founder Peter Roberts in August this year.
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