Dec 12, 2022

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RenewBuy acquires Artivatic.AI

RenewBuy has announced the acquisition of AI (Artificial Intelligence) based insurtech company, Artivatic.AI, based in Bengaluru. Artivatic.AI has been delivering underwriting and claim solutions to multiple life and non-life insurers. The acquisition will allow RenewBuy to extend its tech solutions across the value chain – from sales, to underwriting and claim solutions.

TCS makes available two AI-powered software on Microsoft Azure Marketplace

CI&I customer analytics helps banks, retailers, insurers, and other businesses take advantage of AI, machine learning, and customer data platform capabilities to deliver hyper-personalized consumer and citizen experiences, while protecting privacy and ensuring consent. . . . IUX helps enterprises and cities meet sustainability goals and elevate citizen and employee experiences by optimizing services and enabling infrastructure to respond to predicted and dynamic events in real time.

Anyword Launches Free Plan, Providing Data-Driven Copywriting for Anyone

Anyword, a data-driven AI copywriting platform that optimizes text for a specific target audience, announces a change to its plan structure, including a new free plan that offers access to the company’s AI script generator tools and other select features at no cost. The company prides itself on its AI’s data-driven copywriting capabilities and is giving anyone access to its power.

ACV acquires AI platform that automates vehicle damage detection

ACV chief executive officer George Chamoun said: “We are focused on our mission to help our dealer and commercial partners acquire vehicles in the most transparent and efficient manner. “Monk’s AI-enabled self-inspection capabilities offer a powerful platform that is already live with initial customers in Europe,”

Israel based Corsight AI claims it can model a person’s face from DNA sample

The product roadmap included “voice to face,” “DNA to face,” and “movement” (or gait recognition) as expansions of the company’s facial recognition capabilities. According to a company slide deck made available to the surveillance research group IPVM, the “DNA to Face” product “constructs a physical profile by analysing genetic material contained in a DNA sample.”

Indian AI-SaaS start-ups can create $500 bn of market value by 2030: Report

“We believe India could potentially generate a market value of $500 billion from both AI applications and services by 2030, driven by the country’s thriving startup ecosystem, experience of building successful SaaS companies, and world-class data and analytics talent,” said Alok Goyal, Partner, Stellaris Venture Partners.

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