Yesterday, my friends came over for dinner. Uninspired to cook and unexcited to go out, we decided to order in from UberEats. We sipped on Pinot Noir and munched on Pringles, waiting eagerly for Naan and Chicken Tikka Masala from this new restaurant called Chulha Chaunka.
We waited for an hour and a half, till we received a notification that our order had been canceled. I called the restaurant, they said the delivery boy had left ages ago and they knew nothing of it. Then I called the UberEats helpline. They found out that the delivery boy had a flat tyre on the way and had to cancel the order as a result. Rest assured, your credit card shall not be charged; the service operator told me.
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impress.ai is a deep technology startup founded by Sudhanshu Ahuja (CEO), Vaisagh Viswanathan (CTO) and Amrith Dhananjayan (COO). The idea is to provide recruiters with an AI-powered platform to help evaluate candidates. The result? A ten-fold improvement in hiring time and efficiency. Currently, the service is offered to enterprises, startups and individual recruiters who can use it to build a customised chatbot-based job application. The embedded machine learning algorithms adapt to the organizations’ preferences over time, thereby simplifying their work. Started only in late 2016, Impress has already managed to secure an undisclosed amount of funding from the Javelin Startup-O Victory Fund to develop their virtual HR assistant further.
In this interview, Vaisagh talks about the inception of and technology behind impress.ai, what it means to be a tech entrepreneur, and more. Here is an excerpt from our conversation. Served with a shot of Espresso, of course!
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