2022 has been a year of learning for us. The reason for this is that any technology introduced to the market takes some time to gain market acceptance. The same was true for SuperBot. The technology built on the Disrupting Calling vision required a lot of education for businesses to understand how it works, how it works, and what benefits it brings. In the beginning, we tried to make sure everyone understood the technology, but later we realized that business challenges and pain points should be identified and addressed first. That’s when we changed our approach and instead of educating people about technology, we started discussing how SuperBot could help them meet all their communication-related challenges. It worked for us!
As Bob Dole put it, “The best way to deal with change is to help create it.” SuperBot’s name went viral and its technology became known to companies. Following this, as we enter 2023, SuperBot is ready to scale in earnest. Scaling means everything from technology upgrades, to coming up with more industry-specific use cases, supporting more languages, and serving in international demographics. As we head into the new year, I’m really excited to deliver the scalability we planned and predicted.– Said Sarvagya Mishra, co-founder and director of SuperBot (PinnacleWorks)
As for 2022, it’s been another roller coaster ride. As a co-founder and CTO, let’s keep the business perspective aside. One thing that has always been on my priority list is making SuperBot as advanced and smart as possible. But a journey that may sound easy is a difficult one. Developing real-time fulfillment capabilities that are not yet available in at least the Indian market, building an in-house ASR with 85% efficiency, and implementing a DIY platform each have challenges to overcome.
But today, as we stand at the end of the year, features and functionality that once seemed nearly impossible to introduce in such a short span of time are today fully functional and fully functional. As for next year, we have expansion plans to expand our wings into almost all industry segments in India to help meet their telecommunications needs while also entering the international market soon. As Theodore Roosevelt said, with our eyes on the stars and our feet on the ground, I look forward to 2023 and prepare to make SuperBot more and more advanced to disrupt calls in the near future. is made.— Ankit Ruia, co-founder and CTO of SuperBot (PinnacleWorks)
Investment in artificial intelligence (AI) start-ups increased steadily before and after the COVID-19 pandemic. Because it showed the potential of this breakthrough technology to improve people’s lives. In 2022, venture capitalists have announced a number of promising early-stage opportunities in areas where artificial intelligence could have a noticeable impact, such as healthcare, climate science, retail, security, and education, where AI tools can make a difference. partnered with startups. By helping individuals become more productive and meaningful,
The fundraising winter that picked up momentum in the fourth quarter of 2021 will still be felt in 2023, but startups will need to manage their investments well, streamline their operations and cost structures, and generate aggressive earnings. We stress that the slowdown itself will be overcome by implementing a strategy to accelerate growth. , adding dynamic perspective to client practices. Existing AI models will also be fine-tuned to serve specific purposes in order to increase latency and predictability and minimize decision-making risk across the industry. This will be supported by new capital injections by stakeholders. Staqu CEO and co-founder Atul Rai said: