Norah AI can be used to create a wide array of interactive objects ranging from animations to entire games, all with the minimal human input, said Absentia
BuildOnIndiaStack is open to all innovations that leverage the India Stack to unlock new business models and reach previously under-served, new customer segments across diverse sectors such as financial services, education, healthcare and others
The deal will enable Teradata to leverage StackIQ’s expertise in open source software and large cluster provisioning to simplify and automate the deployment of Teradata services in the cloud
Infosys Finacle announced a partnership with Active.AI, a Singapore based Fintech firm that offers an enterprise AI platform for banks
footprynt is an influencer identification app which connects brands and influencers. Currently, app is available for both the android & iOS platform
Finova Capital, a NBFCs based out of Jaipur, Rajasthan and floated by ex-senior banker, Mohit Sahney, announced its association with Rajiv Sabharwal, as the strategic advisor. Sabharwal, currently partner at the True North Managers LLP will be involved in the overall business strategy, growth and development of Finova capital. Prior...
ERP solution provider Ginesys has launched an online portal called EasemyGST for SMEs in India. According to company official, this digital platform will help businesses in switching their operations to GST tax regime.
With Lybrate, people have found a medium to consult around 2000 – 2500 renowned psychiatrists, psychologists and counselors available on the platform for their health problems without worrying about their personal information being revealed,” claims health tech startup.
Healthcare sector largely works on an acute shortage of information both on the consumer side and on the side of healthcare professionals. Hence, there is a need of real time data collection and of improving the overall care process with advanced analytics and AI, said Sudhanshu Gupta, vice president, Paytm.
Mumbai based offline store aggregator Jhakaas Technologies has raised a capital of ₹1 crore for its Mobile Application called ‘Jhakaas’ in its first quarter of business