If you had a chance to go back to the 1980s what would you change about the user interface on the modern personal computer, knowing it would inspire thousands of copycats and be the way everyone experiences computing today? What you would do if you could make those seminal decisions for a nascent personal robot industry today?
Everything we do today is distributed across silos of different sandboxed applications. What does the world look like with a single interface that securely interacts with all the applications in the background on your behalf based on what you tell it to do? How do you think it works behind the curtains, where could it break and how would you make it work across platforms?
Machine Learning Engineer
If you work for one hour to build something that automates a one minute task, the 61st execution of that automation is pure time profit. If you can build it in seconds, then you have pure time (money?) profit from the first execution itself. Writing python scripts takes hours, our no-code tool reduces that to minutes, your ML models will bring this down to seconds. How will you build them?