Home 2023 Humata AI Raises $3.5M to Develop AI-Powered Knowledge Discovery Platform

Humata AI Raises $3.5M to Develop AI-Powered Knowledge Discovery Platform

by John Heffernan

Austin-based startup Humata AI has raised $3.5 million in seed funding led by Google’s Gradient Ventures, with participation from Cathie Wood’s ARK Invest and M13. The company plans to use the funding to develop its AI-powered knowledge discovery platform, which aims to help users find relevant information in their documents more quickly and easily.

AI-Powered Knowledge Discovery Platform 

Humata’s platform allows users to ask questions about their documents in natural language, and the AI engine will return the most relevant answers. The platform can be used to extract insights from research papers, legal documents, financial reports, and other types of documents.

“We’re on a mission to make knowledge discovery more accessible and efficient,” said Humata CEO Cyrus Khajvandi. “Our AI platform can help users find the information they need quickly and easily, without having to read through entire documents.”

The investment from Gradient Ventures is a significant endorsement for Humata’s technology. Gradient Ventures is Google’s venture capital arm, and it has invested in some of the most promising AI startups in the world.

“We’re excited to invest in Humata AI because we believe its technology has the potential to revolutionize the way people work with documents,” said Jeff Dean, SVP and Google Fellow at Google AI. “Humata’s AI platform can help users save time and find the information they need more quickly and easily.”

Humata AI’s Funding Round Signals Growing Interest

Humata’s funding round comes at a time when there is growing interest in AI-powered knowledge discovery solutions. Companies are increasingly looking for ways to make better use of their data and documents, and Humata’s platform can help them do just that.

Humata is still in its early stages of development, but it has the potential to become a major player in the AI-powered knowledge discovery market. The company has a strong team and a clear vision for its product, and it is well-positioned to capitalize on the growing demand for AI solutions in this area.


Humata AI’s $3.5 million seed funding round is a significant milestone for the company. The investment from Gradient Ventures is a vote of confidence in Humata’s technology, and it gives the company the resources it needs to develop its platform and expand its reach.

Humata’s platform has the potential to revolutionize the way people work with documents. By making it easier for users to find the information they need quickly and easily, Humata can help businesses save time and make better decisions.

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