ABOUT THE PROGRAM

Hack2Innovate was a national hackathon that lasted for over 24 hours in seven cities across the country. It brought together coders, startups, entrepreneurs, researchers, designers, makers, technologists, and other DeepTech enthusiasts. These participants tested their expertise in uprooting DeepTech innovation by working on problem statements provided by T-Hub’s partners.

The hackathon, spearheaded by T-Hub (in association with our partners), helped us to handpick quality DeepTech innovators from each city and showcase them at T-Day, T-Hub’s prestigious annual flagship event, where the startup ecosystem brings together noted investors, government officials, academia, influencers, mentors, media and startups.

Applications Are Now Closed

FOCUS AREAS

Artificial Intelligence

Machine Learning

Deep Learning

Cognitive

Natural Language Processing

Computer Vision

Highlights from Hack2Innovate

9 STARTUPS SELECTED FOR THE FIRST COHORT
O2 Canada
PUSH
SITATA
ULULA
SITE2SITE
SZIO
VOLTERA
2GROBOTICS
SINITIC
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ABOUT T-HUB

T-Hub enables and empowers an ecosystem hungry for innovation. Based in Hyderabad, India, it leads India’s pioneering innovation ecosystem that powers next-generation products and new business models. It uses the Triple Helix model of innovation based on interaction and collaboration between industry, academia and the government. Incorporated in 2015, it has provided over 1100 national and international startups with access to better technology, talent, mentors, customers, corporates, investors and government agencies. T-Hub also provides thought leadership for Telangana and other state and central government organisations to build innovation ecosystems. It has elevated innovation for leading national and global corporates, transforming enterprise business models for the better. For more information, visit: www.t-hub.co

ABOUT NVIDIA

Nvidia is a technology company renowned for transforming computer graphics. The company designs Graphics Processing Units (GPUs) for the gaming and professional markets, in addition to System on a Chip units (SoCs) for the mobile computing and automotive markets. Nvidia’s invention of the GPU in 1999 made real-time programmable shading possible, giving artists an infinite palette for expression. Ten years down, in 2019, NVIDIA RTX ray-tracing technology was introduced, paving the way for realism in graphics, and making Nvidia a game-changer in computer graphics.

For more information, visit: www.nvidia.com