Golden, a San Francisco-based self-constructing knowledge database built by artificial and human intelligence, closed a $5M seed funding.
Backers included Andreessen Horowitz (a16z), Gigafund, Founders Fund, SV Angel, Liquid2/Joe Montana, and top angel investors including Aston Motes (the first employee at Dropbox), Christina Brodbeck (the first designer at YouTube), Lee Linden, Immad Akhund (Cofounder at Heyzap, now CEO of Mercury), Josh Buckley, Howie Liu (CEO of Airtable), James Smith (CEO of Bugsnag), James Tamplin (Founder of Firebase), Jack Smith, Mike Einziger of Incubus, Sumon Sadhu, Paul McKellar (Square founding team), and Trip Adler (CEO of Scribd).
The company intends to use the funds to improve the product via its engineering and product team.
Jude Gomila, CEO, Golden is a self-constructing knowledge database built by artificial and human intelligence. Its open knowledge base with a suite of AI tools and a modern editor automatically create content, make it easier for more people to participate in building knowledge. The company’s business model is selling access to tools that allow companies to do advanced queries and receive alerts on the data in Golden.