upliance.ai Introduces AI Cooking Assistant to Simplify Home Cooking

Indian startup upliance.ai introduces AI Cooking Assistant, securing ₹34 crore funding post Shark Tank India.

By Sunil Sonkar
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upliance.ai Introduces AI Cooking Assistant to Simplify Home Cooking

In a bid to transform the way people cook at home, upliance.ai, an Indian AI-powered home appliance startup, has unveiled its latest innovation – the AI Cooking Assistant. After wowing audiences on Shark Tank India, it has now bagged a whopping ₹34 crore in seed funding, catapulting its value to ₹143 crore.


The AI Cooking Assistant looks like a jar with a smart 8-inch screen. It can make more than 500 dishes including steamed rice and paneer stir fry. Mahek Mody, the chief of upliance.ai, emphasized in an exclusive interview with AIM that their collaboration with OpenAI goes beyond utilizing APIs, with the incorporation of their own trained models, setting them apart from conventional AI systems like ChatGPT.

Mody dreams of making a ‘Netflix for food,’ where you can find endless recipes without worrying about cooking being hard. The company’s special Up⤴️AI technology makes the smart jar do lots of things like chopping, sautéing, blending, heating and steaming. Mody said the jar checks things like how it feels and the thickness of the sauce to cook perfectly.

Central to the AI Cooking Assistant is its built-in ‘ChefGPT,’ which not only provides step-by-step instructions but also responds to user queries and suggests recipes based on available ingredients. With over 25,000 meals cooked and 420 unique recipes offered, upliance.ai aims to enhance user experience while leveraging collective intelligence to refine its cooking algorithms continually.

Mody talked about making cooking easier for everyone. They said you can find lots of different recipes, even ones not already in the system, using the AI.

You can buy the AI Cooking Assistant for ₹23,999. It is a big help in making kitchen work easier. As upliance.ai targets a revenue of ₹150 crore in 2024 and plans to scale production to 20,000 units annually, its collaboration with Qualcomm underscores a commitment to technological advancement in culinary innovation.

Founded in 2023 by Mahek Mody and Mohit Sharma, upliance.ai aims to revolutionize the kitchen experience, bridging the gap between traditional cooking methods and cutting-edge AI technology. With support from investors like Khosla Ventures and Qualcomm, the company endeavors to redefine home cooking for consumers worldwide.

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