Ukrainian AI startup Eve.calls joins Google Cloud’s acceleration program
In March 2022, Google Cloud opened its first acceleration program for startups based in Europe and Israel called Google for Startups Accelerator: Cloud. The company has now selected 13 participants, and Ukrainian startup Eve.calls, a developer of an AI-powered voice assistant that helps companies connect with customers, is among them.
About Google for Startups Accelerator: Cloud
It is a ten-week virtual program of workshops and expert mentorship for growth-stage startups based in Europe and Israel.
Selected startups will receive one-to-one mentoring sessions and participate in wider group sessions focused on technology, product development, and go-to-market strategy. They will be supported throughout by Google SME’s, experienced engineers and external experts.
The list of startups joining the first Google Cloud’s acceleration program
- Acumen.io (Israel), an engineering intelligence platform that uses AI to enable engineering teams to deliver software on time, increasing productivity and reducing fire drills.
- AfriSight (Netherlands) provides reliable and relevant first-party data to businesses and researchers interested in gaining insights about Africa’s consumer and business landscape in real time.
- Ann Education (Israel), an AI-based tool to help publishers convert static educational textbooks into interactive and engaging formats.
- Born Digital (Czech Republic), a communication startup that uses AI to analyze customer calls, emails, and chats in real time and assess opportunities for automation.
- Caura (United Kingdom), an app that helps car owners manage everything related to their car, from tax and insurance to city charges.
- Comeen [Dynamic Screen] (France), a platform that helps manage hybrid work schedules as teams return to the office.
- Eve.calls (Ukraine), an AI-powered virtual voice assistant that helps companies connect with customers over the phone.
- Foodetective (Switzerland), a platform and operating system that enables food and beverage businesses to integrate & manage their entire tech stack.
- NANO Corp. (France), a service that provides advanced insight into the health of a company’s computer network while protecting against cybersecurity threats.
- Orbem (Germany) created an accelerated magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) with advanced deep learning to enable fast, accurate, and contactless object classification and analytics.
- RealTyme (Switzerland), a data-secure communications platform where you can chat, call, meet & share, in total privacy.
- Syntonym (United Kingdom) anonymizes visual data in a GDPR-compliant way to protect people’s privacy by replacing faces in video content with AI-generated, synthetic non-existent ones.
- Viume (Spain), a SaaS solution that humanizes the selling process, improving online interactions and making shopping experiences more personalized for the buyer.