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US retailer Target to support 6 Indian startups

IANS  |  Bengaluru 

Minneapolis, US-based retailer on Tuesday selected six Indian startups as part of its "Programme" that gives companies the opportunity to implement their solutions in real-world scenarios and measure the results in

The will be part of a four-month intensive programme focused on to create solutions for today's rapidly changing retail environment, the company said in a statement.

The startups selected will work on developing customised using emerging technologies such as (AI), (ML), computer vision, and analytics, it added.

These startups will have access to Target mentors, tools, resources and operational support -- as well as workspace at Target's Bengaluru offices.

"Over the last couple of years, has become a superpower driving innovation in the across the globe," said Rakesh Mishra, at Target

The Target Programme was launched in December 2013.

The for the sixth batch of the programme are Kenome, Point105-AR,, Moodboard, and StyleDod.

Kenome uses AI to help enterprises make sense of dark data using deep learning, and knowledge graphs.

Point105-AR provides a for augmented reality experiences. uses AI tools to build a large research and action platform.

Moodboard provides a tool that leverages AI to provide performance trends that aid in future product design. offers a distributed platform with which enables secure AI to help scale research and unearth new intelligence.

StyleDod provides a tool that automatically converts floorplans into 3D designed rooms, fully furnished with

To date, 30 startups have graduated from the programme and worked with Target teams, the company said.



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First Published: Tue, July 24 2018. 18:48 IST