Here’s a list of today’s tech funding stories, updated as the day unfolds. Tip us here if you have a deal to share.

Media site Refinery29 closes $50M funding round

Refinery29, a fashion media site, has raised a $50 million funding round.

The news, announced in a press release this evening, brings Refinery29 into the company of other extremely well-funded media companies: Vox Media, BuzzFeed, and Vice.

Read more: Media site Refinery29 closes $50M funding round

Big data startup DataTorrent adds on $15M

DataTorrent, a startup with software companies can use to process data in memory as it comes in, announced today a $15 million funding round.

Singtel Innov8 led the new round in the startup. GE Ventures, AME Cloud Ventures, August Capital, and Morado Venture Partners also participated.

Read more: Big data startup DataTorrent adds on $15M

Deep-learning startup Clarifai gets $10M to make business hires, add features

Clarifai, a startup providing a cloud service for image recognition powered by artificial intelligence, is announcing today that it’s taken on $10 million in new funding.

To date Clarifai has raised $11.25 million. New York-based Clarifai started in 2013 after spinning out of NYU. The startup currently employs 11 people. Zeiler wants to bring the headcount up to 25-30 people.

Read more: Deep-learning startup Clarifai gets $10M to make business hires, add features

Validic raises another $12.5M for health integration platform, Kaiser buys in

Health information integration platforms, especially consumer-focused ones, were mostly talk last year, but in 2015 the technology is being put into practice.

One platform company, Validic, has now secured a $12.5 million funding round led by Kaiser Permanente Ventures, the corporate venture capital arm of managed care giant Kaiser Permanente. A funding by Kaiser is seen as an important seal of approval in health circles.

Read more: Validic raises another $12.5M for health integration platform, Kaiser buys in

Signpost raises $20.5M in equity financing

Customer relations management platform Signpost announced today that it raised $20.5 million in its series C. The round was led by Toronto-based Georgian Partners and saw participation from Spark Capital, OpenView Venture Partners, Scout Ventures, and the Launch Fund.

The fresh cash will be used to grow the company.

Read more: Signpost raises $20.5M in equity financing

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