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Google helps Indian start-ups get battle-ready for the post-Covid-19 world

The company's GFS Accelerator is focused on mentoring ventures that are solving systemic problems in healthcare, financial inclusion and sustainability through the use of AI and ML

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Peerzada Abrar Bengaluru
Technology giant Google is scaling up its support to help start-ups address the challenges posed by Covid-19 pandemic on life and business in India. 

Through its accelerator programme, Google is providing support to firms that are looking to build solutions for the post-Covid-19 world. It is wooing young firms that are working on solutions oriented towards the ‘new normal’, with a special focus on technologies in areas such as healthcare, education, finance and agriculture. The company’s GFS (Google for Startups) Accelerator is also focused on mentoring ventures that are solving systemic problems such as healthcare, financial inclusion and sustainability through

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First Published: Jun 30 2020 | 2:33 PM IST

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