Chris Parsonson
November 28, 2023

Solve Intelligence raises $3M

Who invested in us. Where we’re going.

Solve Intelligence raises $3M

Solve Intelligence raises a $3M seed round.

As reported by TechCrunch and World IP Review, Solve Intelligence just raised a $3M seed round.

We wanted to take a moment to share our vision for how we use AI to help write high-quality patents efficiently.

We’re growing fast

Since our launch in July, IP firms across the US, Europe, Asia, and South America are now using Solve Intelligence. We’re already delivering great value. Attorneys are reporting 60-90% patent drafting efficiency improvements, with one customer being so impressed with our product that they invested in our seed round.

What’s most exciting is that we’re only just getting started. We’re shipping new features, updates, and improvements every week. Just in the last month, the performance of our product has improved 10x. And this progress is accelerating.

With new capabilities around the corner, we’re at the beginning of an exponential improvement curve.

Our investors

We've partnered with some of Silicon Valley's leading funds and angel investors to meet demand and accelerate our R&D operation to build state-of-the-art generative AI for intellectual property. These include:

  • Y Combinator: Investors in Airbnb, Stripe, Coinbase, Dropbox, Ironclad, and more; $600B+ portfolio.
  • AMINO Capital: Investors in Webflow, Rippling, Chime, Replit, and more; $540B+ portfolio.
  • General Advance: Investors in Dataminr, Immuta, Shift5, Synchron, Bridgecrew, Prelude, Cowbell, Bench, and more.
  • SAV: Investors in Weaviate, Vue Storefront, Cast AI, Portside, and more; $5B+ portfolio
  • Translink Capital: Investors in Soundhound (NASDAQ), Appier (Tokyo Stock Exchange), Noom (Series F), Markey Kurly (Series E), Rescale (Series C), and more.
  • Nomad Capital: Investors in OpenSea, Substack, Deel, and more.

Our Y Combinator Group Partner, Tom Blomfield (founder of Monzo and GoCardless; both valued at $1B+), said the following to World IP Review:

The Solve Intelligence team’s YC application stood out because the founders have super technical backgrounds, with AI PhDs from top universities. When we interviewed them, it was clear they had spoken with a number of patent attorneys to gain a deep understanding of their workflow and problems. Since working with Solve, I've been impressed with how quickly they ship features to their customers; they launched their product in the first 2 weeks of the YC batch. They started selling to IP firms, immediately getting great customer testimonials. They’re addressing the huge IP generation market, and they’re only just getting started. I'm excited about where they’re going!

We have many more investors with expertise in IP law, building multi-billion dollar startups, and scaling top AI teams.

Where we're going

We're building an IP generation platform for legal professionals. We're starting with using AI to write patents.

From just a description of an invention and, optionally, a set of related prior art, our AI can help with all aspects of drafting a patent application. This includes invention disclosure enhancement, figure parsing and generation, writing in custom styles, reviewing patent applications, and much more.

Soon, we'll be able to help with every part of the patent application lifecycle. This starts with seamlessly integrating internal R&D pipelines with the patent drafting process, and extends to responding to office actions, opposition objections, and litigation.

Over the next couple of months, we’ll double down on this vision and expand the way Solve Intelligence can help with IP generation.