Bangalore-based startup Niramai is using a combination of machine learning, artificial intelligence, and cloud-based screening to tackle the problem of access and cost of breast cancer screening.
Billing itself “a social network for stock traders,” Stockbit lets individual traders sign up for customizable stock market information and analytics. Basic features are free, while paying subscribers get more in-depth intelligence.
Lynk is an online service that connects enterprise users to experts in a variety of fields. It operates on a software-as-a-service model, where business customers pay the company for access to its pool of mentors. The startup claims to have over 35,000 experts across 70 countries. Its services are available through subscription or other payment packages.
CarPal wants to help businesses large and small tap the rise of online shopping. It offers small businesses the ability to deliver packages to their customers. The startup also offers a software for companies to manage their own delivery fleets and optimize delivery routes.
Hong Kong-based Oddup is a rating tool that tells you whether a startup is likely to succeed or not. It rates startups with a score of zero to 100, with 100 indicating the least risk. The criteria include product, location, competitors, team, and potential growth, among others.
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