Startup Saturday: Mooofarm's Initiative & Indian Startups at Google I/O Conference
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1. Mooofarm joins Microsoft to fight mastitis. Gurgaon-based milktech startup is developing a machine learning (ML) platform to help Indian dairy farmers solve this problem that leads to a $500 million loss per year.
2. Indian gaming company Nazara Technologies is all set to go public. Ahead of a much-anticipated IPO, the startup has invested an undisclosed amount in vernacular social contesting women-centric platform BakBuck.
3. After years of consumer-facing businesses leading the startup ecosystem, B2B organizations are now making noise. A recent report has revealed that B2B startups in India have more than tripled to 3,200 since 2014.
4. Not even Google could stay immune to the power of Indian tech startups. At its annual I/O conference, 3 Indian startups were featured for using AI and ML technology for social good. These included the not-for-profit organisation, Wadhwani AI, learning app Gradeup School and Air Quality Analytics Application, Air Cognizer.
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