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Kusho raises $600K in pre-seed round led by Antler

Kusho, a startup building AI agents to supercharge software reliability, has raised $600K in pre-seed funding led by Antler India. The round also saw participation from Blume Founders Fund, UpSparks Capital, and angels such as Mohit Kumar and Vatsal Singhal (co-founders, Ultrahuman), and Ashok Hariharan (CEO, IDfy), among others. 

Founded in 2023 by Abhishek Saikia and Sourabh Gawande, Kusho uses proprietary models coupled with foundational LLMs to simulate an AI software developer that can discover bugs in code with significantly greater accuracy and in a fraction of the time compared to a human. These AI agents harness the power of LLMs to ensure code is tested during development and with every new release.

“We empower software developers to focus on building and shipping great software without having to worry about unnoticed bugs, ultimately saving time, enhancing overall codebase quality, and making releases stable and error-free. By automating manual and time-consuming tasks, developers can significantly reduce time-to-market and project costs, making Kusho an invaluable asset for tech teams,” said Saikia, co-founder and CEO of Kusho.

Early-stage venture capital Antler has invested in over 1,000 companies globally. Nitin Sharma and Rajiv Srivatsa are Partners at Antler in India and co-founders of the Antler India Fund.

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