Gradient raises $10M

Burlingame, CA-based Gradient, providers of an API platform designed for AI development, has secured $10 million in seed funding. The investment in Gradient’s seed round was led by Wing and included contributions from Mango Capital, Tokyo Black, New Normal Fund, Secure Octane, and Global Founders Capital.

The funding will be used to advance Gradient’s development platform targeting enterprises and to further its goal of broadening access to AI technologies, the company said in a statement.

Founded by Christopher Chang, Mark Huang, and Forrest Moret, Gradient aims to address the development speed limitations faced by AI practitioners in the industry. The platform is currently available for enterprise and self-service developer access.

[Image courtesy: Gradient]

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