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racetrack bags 2016 Aegis Graham Bell Award for ‘Innovation in Artificial Intelligence’

Bangalore & Delhi, India – February 10th, 2017: a Bangalore based Artificial Intelligence startup today announced that they have bagged the 2016 Aegis Graham Bell Award for ‘Innovation in the field of Artificial Intelligence.

racetrack has received this award for its product ‘Marvin’– Marvin is World’s 1st Artificial Intelligence driven Sales Communication BoT which engages customers with a human touch to acquire them in order to drive sales efficiently. The AI assistance using highly advanced technology through ChatBots with human intelligence capabilities makes it a unique and one of its kind, also, it is 24/7 live and will provide round-the-clock hands on solutions and technical support.

Dr. Jitendra Singh, Minister of State for Prime Minister Office, Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions ,Department of Atomic Energy and Department of Space and Union Minister of State (Independent Charge) in the Ministry of Development of North Eastern Region graced the event and presented the awards at the recently held Aegis Graham Bell award ceremony, in New Delhi.

Subrat Parida, Founder & CEO, racetrack, said, “We are proud and happy to receive this award, as it is a recognition to our Innovation in Artificial Intelligence, we believe that AI is an all-inclusive approach not a mainstream technology, using the power of AI into the business strategically will help us achieve the successful business goals and we will continue to innovate and create solutions which will touch human lives directly”

“A big thanks to the Bell Awards for the recognition, which would go a long way to motivate our team. AI has existed for a long time but with the latest advances in the field, it has become a Geek’s Paradise. We have been evolving and learning through quantum leaps since the first day and we expect AI to now be a part of everyday life sooner than expected.” Added Mr Navneet Gupta, CTO,racetrack

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