Nigerian Owned Startup joins NVIDIA Inception To Power Inclusion In The Workplace

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INVIVOservices Inc, a Nigerian owned startup was recently selected as one of the  top female led startups to join the NVIDIA Inception ecosystem.  INViVOservices inc is expertly transforming the way individuals and enterprises interact via audio by providing “Baabell”; a highly integratable software which offers real-time HD voice quality and translation for phone calls, video conferencing, social media, online gaming, etc.The U.S based startup had recently raised an undisclosed sum in angel funding.

NVIDIA Inception is a deep learning startup accelerator for  Artificial Intelligence (AI), data science and High Performance Computing (HPC)startups globally. The accelerator invests in selected early stage startups that are leveraging NVIDIA platforms to accelerate and amplify joint platform synergies through NVIDIA Inception GPU Ventures; and offers DevRel support, increased marketing, discounted rates on technology and product lines, as well as free credits to sharpen their skills at NVIDIA Deep Learning Institute (DLI).

The globalization of markets, high prevalence of integrated enterprises and the growing need to provide web content and experience relevant to local markets and employees is fueling the growth of sustainable and inclusive organizations.  However, approximately  3.5 billion speakers of about 5,000 non-dominant languages do not have access to AI powered translation tools – shutting them out of the internets most powerful benefits. INVIVOservices is poised to address this problem with Baabell.

According to Victory Oyekpen, the COO at INVIVOservices Inc, our company was born out of frustrating personal experiences when trying to connect professionally across noisy environments and language differences. We want to help people sound professional everytime; and joining NVIDIA Inception is a big step to achieving that. Most startups at their early stages do not have the opportunity to make key partnerships of this caliber.”

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