AiFlow secures seed round investment

by Silvia Saccardi 27 April 2023

Market research platform AiFlow has secured seed round investment, having successfully presented at Y-Combinator’s demo day.

Hunt Scanlon Ventures participated in the funding round.

The total amount raised is undisclosed.

The platform aims to automate competitor market research and analysis, hoping to replace analysts with AI technology.

It is supported by a team of advisers with experience in AI, including Dr Karthik Narasimhan, one of the original creators of GPT, and former OpenAI research scientist Suhit Gupta.

The investment aims to help AiFlow develop its technology, which is already being trialled by three large-cap GPs.

“AiFlow’s value proposition has captured the attention of key industry players,” commented Christopher W Hunt, co-founder of Hunt Scanlon Ventures. “This latest investment is anticipated to further spotlight the importance of large language models as a new intelligence solution for the private equity sector.”

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