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Ola acquires Bengaluru-based AI start-up Pikup.ai

Bengaluru: Trip-hailing support Ola has announced the acquisition of ‘pikup.ai’, an artificial intelligence (AI) commence-up primarily based out of Bangalore, for an undisclosed sum.

As aspect of the deal, the crew at pikup.ai will join Ola.

Co-founded by Inder Singh and Ritwik Saikia, pikup.ai employs autonomous technologies like AI, laptop vision and sensor fusion to delivers seamless AI-powered answers for firms.

“As we advance on our mission to build mobility for a billion people, we are investing in futuristic technology solutions that will shape the future of mobility in India and the world,” explained Ankit Bhati, co-founder and Chief Engineering Officer, Ola.

“We are very excited to welcome the pikup.ai team to Ola and we look forward to co-creating innovative technology that will help redefine the mobility experience in the times to come,” Bhati explained.

Ola is expanding its target on working with state-of-the-art analytics and deep technological innovation to establish futuristic mobility answers for India and the globe.

Earlier this 12 months, Ola announced its intent to set up an State-of-the-art Engineering Centre in the San Francisco Bay spot to target on building subsequent-generation technologies in mobility like electrical, linked and autonomous autos.

By bringing deep domain knowledge to Ola, this ‘acquihire’ will also provide innovations that proceed to strengthen security and transform purchaser practical experience, the organization explained.

“We are looking forward to joining Ola on its mission to build mobility for a billion people and are very excited about building meaningful technology solutions that have a deep impact on the lives of millions, every single day,” explained Inder Singh, co-founder of pikup.ai.

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