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4 Oct, 2023
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The platform aims to help businesses automate various workflows in innovative ways.

Induced AI, a startup founded by teenagers Aryan Sharma and Ayush Pathak, has secured $2.3 million in seed funding, with backing from Sam Altman, Peak XV, and Daniel Gross and Nat Friedman’s AI grant.

Induced AI allows businesses to input their workflows in plain English, which the platform then converts into pseudo-code in real-time for repetitive tasks often managed by back offices.

The platform leverages Chromium-based browser instances to read on-screen content and control the browser, mimicking human actions, and completing different steps of a workflow. This capability enables interactions with websites that lack APIs, making it versatile for various tasks, including complex processes like two-factor authentication. The platform offers bi-directional interaction, allowing human involvement when necessary.

Unlike traditional models that require manual tagging, Induced AI can recognize information from English instructions and dynamically adjust them as needed. The startup has already attracted small to mid-sized customers, including a trading company that uses the platform for employee onboarding.

The platform is positioning itself as a leader in the browser-native workflow automation space.