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Kore.ai raises $150M

Orlando, Fl-based Kore.ai, a company specializing in conversational and generative AI platform technology, has announced a funding round of $150 million.

The investment in Kore.ai was led by FTV Capital, with contributions from Nvidia and existing investors Vistara Growth, Sweetwater, NextEquity Partners, Nicola, and Beedie.

Kore.ai offers a no-code platform that enables companies of various sizes to integrate AI into business interactions while focusing on safety and responsibility. The platform is designed to support virtual assistants and generative AI applications.

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