Quora raises USD 75 million led by a16z for its Poe AI chatbot creator program


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Quora Inc. has announced that it has secured USD 75 million in fresh funding, with Andreessen Horowitz serving as the lead investor.

The capital has been allocated to support the expansion of Quora Inc.’s Poe, an artificial intelligence chatbot platform that enables users to generate revenue from their own bots. With Poe, Quora has adopted a different strategy from the majority of other businesses, who have concentrated on developing larger and more sophisticated generative AI models to interact with users, respond to inquiries, and summarize documents.

The company’s strategy has been to give users access to a wide range of third-party models and let them customize and personalize chatbots with their own unique skills and personalities.

Read More: Quora raises $75M, led by a16z, for its Poe AI chatbot creator program

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