The GenAI startup was founded by Anubhav Mishra and Arpit Jain. The founders discovered the potential of Generative AI while building ZuPay
GenAI startup ZuAI, a Bengaluru-based firm, has raised Rs 4 crore in seed funding led by Prime Venture Partners. ZuAI, an edtech sister company of ZuPay, will use the funds to provide personalized and effective learning experiences to students in India.
The GenAI startup was founded by Anubhav Mishra and Arpit Jain. The founders discovered the potential of Generative AI while building ZuPay. The recently-launched startup has the highest usage observed among students in grades 7 to 10 and is used by more than 4,500 students a day.
Allowing learners to generate a study lecture on any topic within five minutes, the startup plans to introduce more advanced tools in the future. To track learners’ progress in specific topics, the company will also offer adaptive test series.
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