At an age when most teenagers are busy with their schooling and gradually heading towards college life, these two Indian-origin teenagers have managed to do something exceptional that many people can only dream of.
Who are these two Indian teenagers and what have they done? Well, Aryan Sharma and Ayush Pathak, of the Silicon Valley in the US, have built a startup named Induced AI. It was founded this year.
“We let anyone create virtual AI workers that can automate the execution of workflows on a browser in the cloud with human-like reasoning,” Aryan Sharma has said. He tweeted on Wednesday about his startup’s big achievement of getting investment from ChatpGPT maker OpenAI’s CEO Sam Altman.
So, how much has OpenAI CEO Sam Altman invested in this promising startup? Well, let me tell you, Induced AI has managed to raise a whopping $2.3 million in its seed-funding round led by Sam Altman and VC firm Peak XV, along with “an incredible set of investors,” as per IANS.
And let’s not forget the other angel investors of this AI startup. We have some big names here, including Balaji Srinivasan, former CTO Coinbase, Julian Weisser, Co-founder of On Deck, and Tyler Willis, Co-founder of Unsupervised, just to name a few.
Now, let’s dig deeper into what this startup Induced AI actually does. They allow automation of workflows that require real-time reasoning or dynamic judgment – things that are hard and painful to set up with traditional browser automation or RPA.
You see, the automation of browser tasks has been limited to deterministic and ruleset-based workflows so far. But Induced AI is changing the game with their purpose-built browser environment that is specially designed for autonomous navigation. It’s all about web interactions, authentication, reasoning, and memory, all embedded in this groundbreaking browser layer.
And guess what? Induced AI is also part of AI Grant’s Batch 2. They’ve taken an infrastructure-centric approach, building a browser that is specifically designed for running automated workflows. It’s innovation at its finest.
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