Google selected startup Lalaland.ai from Amsterdam for its European ‘Google for Startups Black Founders Fund’. With the fund, the global company aims to increase diversity in the startup and tech world. 800 Startups applied, but only 30 made the cut. Lalaland.ai is the only Dutch company selected.
Lalaland.ai operates from the World Fashion Center in the Dutch capital city. It was founded in 2018 by Zimbabwe-born Michael Musandu together with Ugnius Rimsa. The company uses a neural network to generate images of artificial humans.