Turkish startup Fume received 500 thousand dollars from Y Combinator and was accepted to the new term of the programme. The startup was founded by Emre Güçer and Metehan Öz in 2023. It develops end-to-end automation tools for the workflows of software teams using large language models.
In 2024, Fume wants to rapidly expand their product portfolio
In the next 10 years, 90 per cent of the unicorns will be from the field of artificial intelligence. We want to be one of them. We addressed a problem we personally experienced and our goal is to radically change the software development industry. We imagine a completely different software world in the future where humans and artificial intelligence models work as a team.Emre Güçer, co-founder and CEO of Fume
It helps large-scale software teams increase their productivity through artificial intelligence automation. The team, which received an investment of 500 thousand dollars from Y Combinator, one of the world’s most prestigious early-stage acceleration programmes, wants to rapidly expand their product portfolio in 2024.
We are very excited about the state of artificial intelligence and its possible impact in the coming period. Teams like Emre and Metehan, who can learn and act very quickly, will leave their mark on this field once they are dedicated. We are very happy to be their first investor.Özge Öz, managing partner of QNBEYOND Ventures, the first investor of Fume