Amsterdam’s Tidalflow exits stealth mode and secures €1.6M from Google’s AI venture fund, Antler, and others. 

AI startup Tidalflow, located in Amsterdam, announced the opening of the business and the completion of its initial investment round, which raised $1.7 million (or around €1.6 million).

Gradient Ventures, Google’s AI-focused venture fund, and Dig Ventures, run by MuleSoft founder Ross Mason, are leading the investment with support from Antler.

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The Dutch business plans to utilize the funding to hasten the development of a platform allowing plugins to seamlessly integrate third-party software into large language model (LLM) ecosystems. This integration enables AI to utilize software to its fullest capacity by putting knowledge into practice.

Tidalflow addresses what problems?

Businesses need a cohesive approach to adapt without sacrificing dependability as AI becomes more adept at using software. Here, Tidalflow’s platform offers the essential resources for this adaptation, enabling companies to keep up with and profit from technological breakthroughs.

“Software, according to Marc Andreessen’s 2011 statement, is consuming the globe. While this is still true, Coen Stevens, CTO and co-founder of Tidalflow, believes that AI may use software more effectively than humans.

“Tidalflow ensures that AI lives up to that potential and offers businesses reliable infrastructure to capitalize on this shift and not be left behind,” Stevens continues.

Tidal flow: Closing the Software and LLM Gap

Software companies can create, test, track, and monetize their product instances for LLM compatibility using the plugin lifecycle management platform that Coen Stevens, Sebastian Jorna, and Henry Wynaendts created for Tidalflow, opening up new sales and revenue opportunities.

“Much like the iPhone ushered in a new era for mobile-friendly software in 2007, we’re now at a similar inflection point, namely for software to become LLM-compatible,” claims Sebastian Jorna, CEO and Co-Founder of Tidalflow.

Tidalflow offers a complete platform for enterprises to develop, test, and deploy innovative technologies, acting as a catalyst for this new supercycle.

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