MG Motor India Chooses Voxomos Conversational AI Platform For Innovation Grant - GADGET-INNOVATIONS

Move further accelerates the smart mobility ecosystem

Underlining its commitment to supporting start-ups as part of its mission of fostering innovation in the automotive space, MG Motor India today announced that it has selected Voxomos as the third startup under the ‘MG Developer Program & Grant’. Voxomos’ Conversational AI platform sets itself apart with its range of voice and language solutions, and can potentially enable a host of voice-related capabilities for MG Motor in India. The futuristic technology that majors on voice finds relevance both in the field of connected cars and at various back-end processes at MG Motor India.

Voxomos suite comprises Neural Text-to-Speech (Indian Languages and Accents), Speech-to-Text (Dynamic Multilingual Phrase Recognition), Voice Biometrics as well as Natural Language Understanding and Conversational AI.

Visibly delighted by the announcement, Voxomos CEO Sandeep Kumar, an alumnus of IIT-Kanpur, technologist and AI evangelist, said, “We are thrilled to be selected by MG Motor India, a leader in innovation in the automobile sector. Our speech technologies are built from scratch in India and tailored for the Indian context. Our partnership with MG will help us showcase the new technological wave of going beyond touch interfaces to contactless and more intuitive solutions integrating voice.  We are grateful to MG Motor India for reposing faith in Voxomos’ capabilities”

The MG Developer Program had received a total of 300 entries in its first round, out of which 60 were shortlisted for mentorship with MG’s channel partners. The program has been launched in association with Adobe, Cognizant, SAP, Airtel, TomTom, and Unlimit, with TiE Delhi-NCR as the ecosystem partner, the MG Developer Program & Grant is aimed at providing support to innovative concepts in the automotive space.

The carmaker had already selected EV start-up Driftly and Innvolution, a player in the field of ventilators, as part of the MG Developer Program & Grant.

Gurugram, May 14, 2020