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13 AI Startups Selected for Google’s Support Program

Startups today are tackling some of the world’s most critical challenges, and they are harnessing the power of artificial intelligence (AI) to do so. To support these startups in scaling their businesses in the rapidly evolving AI landscape, Google for Startups Accelerator: AI First has introduced a 10-week, equity-free program.

13 AI Startups Selected for Google's Support Program

Google recently announced the first group of startups chosen for its Google for Startups Accelerator: AI First program on September 19, 2023. This program aims to help startups that are using artificial intelligence to solve important problems. Out of many applicants, 13 startups from Europe, Israel, and the UK were selected.

During the 10-week program, the selected startups will receive support without giving up any ownership in their companies. The program includes a mix of in-person and online activities, one-on-one mentoring, and group learning. It also offers guidance on creating products, growing businesses, and developing leadership skills.

Here is a list of the 13 startups in the program:

Google for Startups Accelerator AI First
Source: Google Blog

Annea Ai

This German company uses AI and Digital Twin technology to predict and prevent problems in renewable energy equipment like wind turbines. They help reduce costs and increase energy production.


Founded in 2022, this startup automates transportation and logistics processes using AI, making it easier for businesses to manage their vehicle fleets and track their vehicles.


This company provides an AI tool for artists to create images in their unique style. Artists can use their own AI algorithms trained on their artwork to generate images, preserving ownership and avoiding copyright issues.


Founded in Denmark in 2013, Neurons has developed an AI model to predict marketing responses by measuring subconscious signals in humans. They work with companies like IKEA, Estée Lauder, Facebook, and Visa.


A German company founded in 2018, PACTA simplifies legal processes with user-friendly technology. It automates legal tasks, bringing various stakeholders onto a single platform for efficient document handling.

Quantic Brains

This Spanish company, founded in 2021, uses AI to automate the creation of audiovisual content for games and films, making it easier for users to create animations and video games.


A French startup founded in 2022, Sarus helps handle personal data for analysis while keeping it private using differential privacy. This eliminates the need for lengthy anonymization processes and speeds up projects.


Founded in Bulgaria in 2020, Releva offers an AI-driven platform for E-commerce marketing, integrating various tools on a single dashboard for real-time growth tracking.

Semantic Hub

A Swiss company established in 2015, Semantic Hub uses AI and deep NLP technologies to help partners understand patient feedback on social networks and forums, offering valuable insights into patient experiences.

Vazy Data

Founded in France in 2023, Vazy Data allows non-technical users to analyze data by integrating with company databases and communication tools. The AI helps users ask questions and manage data effectively.


An Israeli company founded in 2020, Visionary AI specializes in optics and computer vision engineering. They enhance image quality using AI and offer features like gaze correction and depth maps.


This UK-based startup founded in 2021 provides SaaS solutions to help businesses identify misinformation on social media, protecting their reputation and customers.

Zaya AI

A Belgian company founded in 2022, Zaya AI uses machine learning to assist healthcare professionals in diagnosing diseases more accurately and quickly by analyzing medical images.

These startups are working on exciting AI-based solutions to tackle various challenges and improve different industries.

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Kevin Land
Kevin Land

Kevin Land is an AI entrepreneur and writer. He explores the entrepreneurial side of AI development. Focuses on the challenges and rewards of AI startups.