A Miami, Florida-based company called AirOps has acquired $7 million in seed funding to assist organizations in deploying AI-powered apps.
With the support of Founder Collective, XFund, Village Global, Apollo Projects, and Lachy Groom, Wing VC led the round.
About the Company:
The company plans to utilize the money to expand its product line, support recent recruits, and expand its clientele.
AirOps enables organizations and teams of all sizes to rapidly deploy task-specific AI solutions within their current infrastructure and processes.
Non-technical business users can automate processes, extract insights from data, create tailored content, and employ NLP techniques like text classification and sentiment analysis with AirOps Apps, which can be deployed and configured in just a few minutes.
The GPT-3, GPT-4, and Claude AI models are just a few of the ones that AirOps uses. Anywhere they complete their job, users may deploy AirOps and add task-specific AI capabilities via a Chrome extension, web apps, Google Sheets, data warehouses, or anywhere else via API.
Alex Halliday, Berna Gonzalez, and Matt Hammel founded AirOps to assist users in using AI at scale by automating tasks, gleaning knowledge from data, producing top-notch content, and other activities.
AirOps is already being used by businesses from a variety of sectors, such as Gather Vacations (real estate), Bambee (HR software), Daisie (e-learning), and other financial services firms, to automate complicated activities, streamline workflows, and produce new content at scale.
In the latter half of 2022, AirOps entered private beta.
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