The participants were from the domains of cyber security, augmented and virtual reality, artificial intelligence, machine learning and rural agriculture, among others.
These solutions could power the banks next phase of growth.
These start-ups will get a chance to deploy their innovations within HDFC Bank, after further evaluation on technical, business, security, and compliance parameters, it said.
"The objective of the Digital Innovation Summit in Hyderabad is to have at its disposal a pool of cutting-edge world technology solutions. Its gratifying that we had over 130 companies applying to participate in the summit," he said.
Over 130 entrepreneurs applied to participate in the summit and 23 start-ups were shortlisted to present their ideas.
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