Nuvilab Runner-Up In The G20 Digital Innovation Alliance Pitch Session Circular Economy Category
Nuvilab Runner-Up In The G20 Digital Innovation Alliance Pitch Session Circular Economy Category: The G20 Digital Transformation Alliance (G20 DIA) startup pitching session was held in Bengaluru, India, from August 17–18. Nuvilab, a cutting-edge AI startup that specializes in sustainable food solutions, is proud to announce that it placed second in the Circular Economy category.
As part of the G20 member countries attempts to cooperate on digital agendas, this event, conducted before to the G20 the Digital Economy Cabinet Meeting, brought meeting key stakeholders in the digital economy innovation arena, including startups, investors, and government agencies. Since Nuvilab excels in the circular economy field, it was given a special invitation to the event.
Over 150 entrepreneurs from 29 different nations participated in the pitching event, which covered six different industries such as the circular economy, healthcare, agricultural technology, and digital infrastructure. Nuvilab won second place in the Circular Economy category with a powerful presentation that focused on their goal of “innovating the food industry through data-driven choices using AI.”
We are thrilled that Nuvilab’s technology and successes in decreasing food waste and assisting cafeteria operations by evaluating food scraps and leftovers have been acknowledged on the international arena, said Mr. Logan Kim, CEO of Nuvilab. We are dedicated to positioning ourselves as a world-leading solution that improves the sustainability of food services, similar to an ecosystem, he continued.
Since its establishment in 2018, Nuvilab has been creating AI-based products, such as the AI Food Scanner and NutriVision AI, both of which are based on its cutting-edge visual AI technology. These tools assess the types and quantities of food and are especially beneficial for institutional and commercial food services.
The solutions offered by Nuvilab help with net-zero waste targets by evaluating food waste, leftover food, and consumption data. They also offer specialized healthcare solutions. Over 100 institutional cafeterias worldwide, including schools, kindergartens, and hospitals, have so far accepted Nuvilab’s solutions.
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