Testing ourselves against the toughest global benchmarks.

Hackathon Wins

Roman number image classification using data centric AI approach given a fixed model

7/1480 (Top 1 Percentile)

Microsoft AI challenge – Bing search engine optimization

35/5000 (Top 1 Percentile)

(Intel Software)


Top 5


Vision based quality management system


Operational data ware house server monitoring

Runner Up


Innovative solutions to solve Bengaluru’s traffic conundrum



Supervised Recipe Food Image Classification Rakuten

2/2655 (Top 1 Percentile)

Created a self-aware risk profile

35/5000 (Top 1 Percentile)


12/3363 (Top 1 Percentile)

Sartorius – Cell Instance Segmentation

270/1505 (Top 1 Percentile)


275/1305 (Top 1 Percentile)

TGS segment salt deposits beneath the earth’s surface

3234 (Top 1 Percentile)

Statoil/C-core iceberg classifier challenge by Google

165/3343 (Top 1 Percentile)

Toxic comment identification – multi label classification

165/3343 (Top 1 Percentile)

Our Intent

Affine is committed to commanding the new in the ever-evolving business landscape. Our wins at various competitions and hackathons uphold the company’s commitment to bringing forward insights, intelligence & recommendations through the trifecta of AI, Data Engineering & Cloud. Affine’s AI Practices team is at the forefront of this commitment, and we continue to innovate and reach new heights in all possible ways and opportunities.

Our wins are a validation of our AI expertise and R&D efforts. We are frequently in news headlines because of our willingness to tackle challenging problems and find innovative solutions. We are here to solve real-world problems with AI, from business to governance, from homes to offices.

Vineet Kumar, Co-Founder CEO US.

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Manas Agrawal

CEO & Co-Founder

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