Rune has raised $2 million in funding in its effort to use artificial intelligence to help find friends for mobile gamers.
Rune is a Y Combinator accelerator grad, and it was built by two doctoral students who dropped out of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology: Sanjay Guruprasad and Bjarke Felbo. They started their company by asking a simple question: Can AI find you friends?
Users have spent more than 50,000 hours talking on voice chat and gaming with friends they met on Rune. The app debuted in March and hit has 2,000 five-star reviews on the App Store.
“Rune is where the Fortnite generation finds friends. Social networks today are a reflection of our real-world…
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