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AI-based tool created by Tate ’24 and co-founder gets infusion of cash

Furman’s Spencer Tate ’24 and Nemath Ahmed of Georgia Tech. Photo appeared in The Post and Courier – Greenville.

Last updated November 26, 2023

By Tina Underwood

Spencer Tate ’24, a Furman University business administration and economics major, and Nemath Ahmed, a Georgia Tech grad student, have secured $100,000 in funding for continuing to build out their software platform dotflo, an AI-based tool that helps businesses research potential customers. The “disciples of the internet,” reported they have about seven users of the product. Learn more in an article by Emily Garcia in The Post and Courier – Greenville. A subscription may be required to view the full article. Furman ID holders may have access to the content through databases located at Furman University Libraries.

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