Google Accelerator: Meet 20 Generative AI-Focussed Startups Selected For Seventh Class

Google Accelerator: Meet 20 Generative AI-Focussed Startups Selected For Seventh Class


Google selected this batch of startups on the basis of their AI and ML usage in the business process

Google is going to offer mentorship and support around AI/ML, Cloud, UX, Android, web, product strategy, and growth

The programme will also offer workshops focused on product design, customer acquisition, and founders’ leadership development

Tech giant Google on Tuesday announced the names of 20 Indian startups which have been selected for the seventh class of its Google for Startups Accelerator: India. 

All the 20 startups are focussed on generative AI and range from seed stage to Series A, Google said in a statement.

The tech giant opened its applications for the programme in March this year. 

The startups were selected on the basis of their usage of AI and ML in the business process. The company will offer these startups mentorship and support around AI/ML, cloud, UX, Android, web, product strategy, and growth for the next three months. 

The accelerator programme will also offer workshops focussed on product design, customer acquisition, and leadership development. 

Let’s take a quick look at the 20 startups selected for the programme: 


The Mumbai-headquartered healthtech platform uses its own line of wearables and metabolic optimised coaching to relieve chronic disorders, ranging from obesity to diabetics, through science-backed biohacks and lifestyle habit formations.


The Bengaluru-based healthtech startup aims to provide health and wellness solutions by making accurate molecular information accessible through its cloud-hosted software solution.

Atsuya Technologies 

The deeptech startup, founded in 2017, powers operational excellence in businesses with a focus on sustainability. It aims to technologically empower businesses to achieve their sustainability goals without compromising on their growth or profitability using technologies like AI, deeptech, and IoT.


Founded in 2017, by Abhilesh Gupta, Ramanath Padmanabhan and Sandeep Acharya, the startup claims to be a digital companion offering holistics wellness, with a unique blend of modern technologies and ancient science of health assessment and care.


The Bengaluru-based startup aims to help vendors list their products on ecommerce platforms. Using AI, it creates attractive backgrounds for sellers to click pictures of their products for listing on ecommerce sites. It is backed by notable investors including Sequoia, 3one4 Capital, Blume and PointOne.  


It is a healthtech startup which aims to partner healthcare providers to deliver accessible and specialised care through clinically-led solutions and state-of-the-art technology.


Based out of Pune, the healthtech startup was founded in 2018. It aims to make oral care accessible by making early diagnosis possible for every smartphone user. 

Expertia AI

The Bengaluru-based HRtech startup was founded in 2020. It operates an AI-powered platform that offers end-to-end solutions from talent discovery to decision, thereby eliminating 90% of the time taken, cost and bias in hiring processes.


Founded in 2020 by Rohit Kumar, Filo is an edtech app that offers instant solutions to students by connecting to the right tutors over a video call in just a minute. Based out of Gurugram, the edtech startup claims to have a 60,000+ tutor base and conduct over 80,000 classes every day.


KarmaLifeAI was founded in 2020 by Naveen Budda and Rohit Rathi. The Bengaluru-based fintech startup empowers gig & blue collar workers with earnings-linked finance provided through a subscription model. It aims to empower blue-collar employees with sustainable finance. 


Founded in 2018 by Kinner N Sacchdev and Rakhi Wadhwa, the startup aims to build a convenient no-code, AI-powered platform for online creators to launch and sell courses. 


Founded by Aniket Bajpai and Nikhil Gupta in 2020, the startup makes use of generative AI to provide ecommerce brands AI-powered conversational commerce on WhatsApp and Instagram for support, sales, and marketing. 


Founded in 2019 by Chandrasekar Ramamoorthy, Fabien Renaudineau, Kartik Raja, and Thierry Moncorger, MOZARK is a digital experience management platform that helps enterprises deliver a rich digital experience to their customers. It uses AI/ML engine to help companies improve their digital experience.

 Namaste Business

The Bengaluru-based startup was founded in 2019. It offers end-to-end ecommerce solutions to small businesses. It helps small businesses make their own ecommerce app and website in a minute and also publish the apps on Play Store and App Store with a click. 


Founded by Anurag Meena, Nikunj Malpani and Pratik Lodha in 2020, the Mumbai-based healthtech startup enables self diagnosis at home for several diseases and pregnancy through an app. 


It is a professional network for content creators that leverages social media analytics and automation to streamline brand collaborations. It claims to have created 189k+ campaigns with 375k+ influencers for brands such as Bajaj, WOW Skincare, Snapdeal, among others. 


Rooter, a gaming and esports content platform, was founded in 2016 by Akshat Goel, Dipesh Agarwal and Piyush Kumar. It claims to be designed to give a community platform to the millions of gaming enthusiasts in the country.

Swasthya AI

Backed by 100X.VC, it is a healthtech startup for healthcare stakeholders to fast-track cancer research and enable personalised care for improved patient outcomes. 


Founded in 2014 by Karan Kumar, Mohammad Amir and Vineet Chirania, the traveltech platform helps users book trains, provides PNR status, waitlist predictions, train running status, and more. It is authorised by IRCTC. 

The startup aims to empower creators by making their content accessible in various languages. uses generative AI for translating videos, images, podcasts and text to 75+ languages in just one click.

Google has been active in the Indian startup ecosystem for long, providing mentorship to startups through its accelerator programmes. According to the tech giant, it has supported over 130 Indian startups through these programmes so far. It runs multiple accelerator programmes, including Google for Startups Accelerator: Circular Economy and Google for Startups Accelerator: Women Founders.

Google counts ShareChat, Zypp Electric, Magicpin, Nestaway, BharatAgri among its notable alumni. 

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