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[Funding alert] CA-based Log10 Secures $7.2Million in Seed Funding

Log10, has Secures $7.2million in seed funding led by TQ Ventures and Quiet Capital, with participation from Essence Venture Capital.

Log10, has Secures $7.2million in seed funding led by TQ Ventures and Quiet Capital, with participation from Essence Venture Capital.

This funding is a testament to the confidence their investors have in their company, their team, and their developer-centered platform that seamlessly integrates with LLM-powered applications.

Between their combined 20+ years in AI and at companies such as Nervana, Intel and MosaicML, they have spanned a spectrum of technologies encompassing hardware, software frameworks & compilers, algorithms research, data science, agents and distributed cloud computing.

They have seen several cycles of hype as well as productive value extracted from AI. One trend has stayed constant – for AI to drive enduring value, accuracy and trust are key. Incorrect, biased or hallucinated outputs from AI generally do not scale beyond toy demos.

Their platform integrates seamlessly with LLM-powered applications as well as most foundational models, and employs model fine-tuning and prompt optimization along with synthetic data to mimic human review and improve accuracy rates.

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This not only saves developers time and money on manual review and debugging but also results in faster development cycles and more accurate outputs for their customers.

They are excited to have the backing of investors with deep experience in AI, devtools and infra who share their belief in the transformative power of AI. With this new funding, they will be able to accelerate the development of their technology, scale their operations, and help even more developers build groundbreaking AI applications.

Joining their institutional investors are our angels including Scott and Cyan Banister, Erik Bernhardsson (Modal), Demetrios Brinkmann (MLOps Community), Charles Dietrich, Avid Larizadeh Duggan, Will Freiberg (Crux), Tristan Handy (dbt Labs), Freddy Kerrest (Okta), Tobi Knaup (Nutanix), Avlok Kohli (AngelList), Vladlen Koltun, Alexander Kvamme (EchoAI), Chase Lochmiller (Crusoe Cloud), Zeena Qureshi (Sonatic/ex Spotify), Naveen Rao (Databricks/MosaicML), Lee Redden (John Deere/Blue River), Nitin Sharma and Yichen Wu.

About Log10

San Francisco-based Log10 reduces the time and cost needed for human review and debugging while measuring and improving accuracy rates for LLM-powered applications. Consequently, clients of Log10 enjoy quicker development cycles and produce results that are more precise and pertinent.

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