nobody dreams of working at a grocery delivery startup.
Frankly, we didn’t think this would explode so soon. Did we think we’d build product for several companies listed on Bombay sock exchange? Heck no! 🤯
We started off building bots for behavioural interviews, they were cool but nobody wanted to pay us money. Rookie mistake, yeah. Then we listened to our users and realised the real value of what we were building wasn’t in filtering people(that would be prediction, ML stuff), it was in engagement. Just making good conversations on behalf of companies for their disengaged users, potential hires, employees or anybody else they need to talk with at scale.
So I think WorkHack is actually an engagement machine for collecting insights, listening to feedback and nudging towards an action.
Till now companies have used dumb bots with terrible user experience to only cut costs in customer support. We want to build delightful, sentient AI agents that a lot more people want to voluntarily talk with, and that accomplish an advanced list of tasks better than humans.
- Full-Stack Dev what you’ll work on? what you’ll make? why this will be hard?
- Conversational UI-UX Designer what you’ll work on? what you’ll make? why this will be hard?
- AI Engineer/Researcher what you’ll work on? what you’ll make? why this will be hard?
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