Findo.io, an Artificial Intelligence (AI) based smart search assistant has raised $4 million series seed 2 investment from Flint capital. Moreover, the company has integrated predictive insights, which automatically solves information overload via AI.
Launched in June, the smart search engine leverages artificial intelligence to change the way people interact with their personal data and content irrespective of where the data resides. The company also expects to raise $1 million from a wide range of popular Silicon Valley investors in a bid to expand the business.
Commenting on the development, Artem Burachenok, Flint Capital Partner disclosed that the company is planning to invest in ground-breaking technologies which are capable of improving human life. To tackle the growing challenge of massive data, the company is looking at investing the funds into cloud storage solution and will be a game changer in the future.
With Findo’s smart search engine, you will be able to quickly find the required information hidden in a wide range of documents, slides, audio files and pictures from cloud storage providers such as Dropbox, Google Drive, Evernote, Gmail including Exchange and Outlook. Moreover, the engine can also deeply search from mobile messaging platforms such as Slack, Telegram, Facebook Messenger, and Skype.
Responding to media queries, Gary A. Fowler, Co-Founder and CEO of Findo, disclosed that his company is thrilled to have Flint as one of the investors. He added that Flint Capital has the required vision to invest in new generation companies which make use of advanced technologies such as AI to solve day-to-day technological problems, which will enhance the lifestyle of people.
The newly released predictive insights smart search tool make use of sophisticated AI technology to reduce so-called infobesity and also fetches the required search information via AI. Moreover, the tool generates alerts to enable users to take quick decisions.
Dr. David Yang, Chairman of Findo, added that with the help of predictive insights tool, users will be able to solve a problem by fetching data from various sources. The company is hopeful that the tool will benefit around 300 million people, who are unable to keep track of vital information.