7 women-led AI businesses who are transforming problems through calculated solutions

Many Indian AI businesses are making improvements to their work culture to make it more welcoming to women, as the country’s markets continue to trend positively.


Every nation is utilizing disruptive technology to build a range of products and solutions, including artificial intelligence. Not limited to Silicon Valley, India is home to a plethora of forward-thinking AI startups that encourage diversity in the workforce.

Here are some women-led AI enterprises in India that you may look up to in the field of artificial intelligence.

1. Niramai Health Analytix led by Geetha Manjunath

Dr. Geetha Manjunath, CEO & Co-Founder Niramai

This Bangalore-based firm uses automated solutions to solve important healthcare issues. With a focus on breast cancer, Niramai has created a unique software-based medical tool that, in comparison to conventional self-examination techniques, can identify breast cancer far sooner. Forbes 2020 identified Manjunath as one of India’s top female achievers.

2. Algonomy led by Seema Agarwal 

Seema Agarwal - Fractal | LinkedIn

Algonomy, formerly Manthan, is another Bangalore-based business that leverages a real-time customer data and analytics platform with proven results. With every client engagement, the organization assists retail enterprises in making informed judgments. With the use of an intelligent, ensemble-based algorithmic decision engine, Algonomy seeks to put its clients’ needs first by putting them digitally. She received the Women Leadership Influencers Awards’ runner-up honor for Women In Tech Leader in 2020.

3. UncannyVision Solutions led by Deepa J

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The goal of the startup UncannyVision is to create computer vision solutions that are suited for the embedded market. This Bangalore-based business offers cutting-edge products like Uncanny ANPR, a high-accuracy, AI- and deep learning-powered automatic number plate recognition system, and Uncanny Surveillance, a real-time surveillance solution for smart cameras that provides alerts and analytics. At UncannyVision Solutions, Deepa J serves as both the chief operations officer and a highly regarded mentor to her colleagues.

4. BASH.ai led by Barkha Sharma is the founder of Bash.ai.

Follow A Female Founder: Barkha Sharma | by Female Founders Singapore |  Medium

Bash.ai is a firm situated in Gurugram that employs AI enthusiasts with the goal of delivering automation solutions for the HR industry. This company makes it easier to maintain a good and healthy work environment by providing solutions like chatbots, smart attendance, and human resources management site. Barkha Sharma was listed in two lists: “5 Successful Artificial Intelligence Based Start-ups Led By Indian Women” and “5 Women Who Are Shaking Up the World of Artificial Intelligence” by Manipal ProLearn.

5. Flutura led by Radha R

Flutura inducts eminent Global Digital Leader Radha Rajappa as Executive  Chairperson of the Board

As the foundation of any organization, Flutura is a company that offers AI solutions with an emphasis on enhancing “Asset Uptime” and “Operational Efficiency.” The business uses its AI platform Cerebra optimized for IIOT in the manufacturing of heavy machinery, oil and gas, and specialty chemicals.

6. Vue.ai led by Ashwini Asokan and her spouse Dr. Anand Chandrasekaran

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This artificial intelligence firm, with its Intelligence Retail Automation, is the best in the retail sector. Under its parent business Mad Street Den, which Vue co-founded, smoothes things over with revolutionary technologies. The company extracts product information from photographs using image recognition and data science, then analyzes it to assist retailers make quick judgments.

7. EXL led by Dr Swati Jain

Dr. Swati Jain - AI Speaker Bureau 

The EXL Service is a top operations management and analytics firm with its headquarters located in New York that assists clients in creating and expanding long-lasting businesses. EXL goes deeper to develop and manage dynamic, customer-centric operating models to improve global operations, profitability, customer satisfaction, increase data-driven insights, and manage risk and compliance. The team’s domain experience, data, analytics, and digital technologies enable this approach.