World, meet Nuclia Nuclia, meet the world. Making the unsearchable, searchable.
World, meet Nuclia <> Nuclia, meet the world. Making the unsearchable, searchable.
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It was back in 2011 when Ramon and I started our first company: an IT consultancy building complex intranets and document management systems for a great number of different companies.

Some of our customers were huge global companies while others were smaller local businesses, but all of them had similar pains in organizing and searching unstructured data.
We invested years in fixing search problems for those companies, feeling their frustrations when trying to find information.

After working in the industry for a few years, building search solutions for customers became not only our passion but also our obsession. Our goal was to improve search rankings and information accessibility and retrieve any existing data from documents to provide more value every day.

One idle Friday evening, while drinking beer after a long working day, we made a commitment: “We are going to change the search industry and how humans find information.”

Today, we are thrilled to present something we’ve been putting all our passion into search, AI, development, and open-source. Please meet Nuclia, the API that makes the unsearchable, searchable.

But what is Nuclia exactly? How is it disrupting the search industry?

Nuclia is an end-to-end API that enables developers to integrate AI-powered search for any data and source. It uses AI and Natural Language Processing to extract value from unstructured data in minutes.

Nuclia API is capable of connecting to any data source and automatically indexing its content, regardless of format or language. That way, companies can perform multilingual semantic searches on their entire unstructured data set, turning unstructured data into knowledge while owning their data. Nuclia enables developers to integrate AI-powered search by normalising unstructured data, including video and audio content, and extracting value using its Natural Language Processing (NLP).

We have developed and released NucliaDB, the first open-source vector database designed for unstructured data to store all this information. NucliaDB lets teams use their own vectorisation and normalisation algorithms while providing storage, indexing, and querying. Using NucliaDB unlocks vector, keyword, and relation search—core requirements when dealing with unstructured data. Would you like to know more? Check NucliaDB on GitHub!

Nuclia is the result of an incredibly passionate team.

We have been building Nuclia for about two years. Two tough years.

Along the way, we have been fortunate to find a fantastic committed team who has pushed Nuclia to what it is today. Without this great team, their energy, and commitment, we wouldn’t be here. Thank you so much!

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