Artificial Intelligence Startup, Arya Raises $750K In Pre Series A Funding

The funding round was led by YourNest Angel Fund and VentureNursery members. These funds will be used to accelerate product development and to grow the AI eco-system. Arya as a platform provides advanced AI tools offered as modules in ‘Language’, ‘Vision’, ‘Speech’ and ‘Reasoning’ for developers.

Company Name : Arya
Funding Amount : $750K
Investor(s) YourNest Angel Fund VentureNursery. .
Funding Round : Pre-Series A


Arya, an Artificial Intelligence (AI) start-up has raised Pre-Series A funding of $750K from YourNest Angel Fund and VentureNursery members. Arya offers deep learning algorithms for developers to build intelligent AI systems.

These funds will be used to accelerate product development and to grow the AI eco-system.

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Arya was founded by two IIT Mumbai researchers Vinay Kumar Sankarapu and Deekshith Marla. Arya as a platform provides advanced AI tools offered as modules in ‘Language’, ‘Vision’, ‘Speech’ and ‘Reasoning’ for developers. They can start building AI computing systems by assembling the modules and giving the relevant knowledge base for the machine to learn.

“Using AI, developers can build applications that can solve most complex problems. However, the biggest pain point in building reliable AI applications is solving multiple challenges they encounter in the process. Arya.ai, as a platform addresses this key problem for developers and organisations by bringing the most complex technologies from the labs, simplifying it and enabling developers to work on amazing possibilities of AI,” said Vinay Kumar, Founder and CEO of Arya.

Arya has been working with developers across verticals like Travel, Research, e-Commerce, Customer Care, Medicine and Banking and will soon address other verticals like Automobile, Military and Defence.

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