Nuclia, a pioneer in AI-powered search that is changing how humans access and discover meaningful data, announced it has raised $5.4 million in its seed round led by Crane Venture Partners and Elaia. It is also announcing its cloud-native database, NucliaDB, which is now available as open source and the public availability of its API that enables developers to integrate AI-powered search into any app, service, or website in minutes.
“Nuclia has built something incredible. Imagine being taken to the exact time in a video or podcast or the exact block in a PDF or presentation that has the content you are looking for. And then go a step further, searching not only for content but also concepts,” said Aneel Lakhani, Venture partner at Crane. “We believe the explosion of unstructured data like audio and video will only continue. Nuclia is poised to underpin how engineers build search into their apps and services and how modern businesses unleash insight from unstructured data that simply isn’t accessible today.”
Gómez-Acebo & Pombo’s team was led by Cororate/M&A partner Alex Pujol and included lawyer Mònica Martells.