• AI is the best tool humans will build.
    We believe if humans can build machine intelligence, then you can use the intelligence to solve many other issues in the world. We believe AI is a force of good that’ll help significantly amplify our mental abilities. We founded Bicycle AI in June 2016, to first help customer service organizations.
  • Arvind Singh
    Co-founder, Chief Scientist
    Arvind heads the machine learning work at Bicycle AI. He loves working on both software and hardware. He built one of the earliest voice controlled home devices in 2012 and has been working on machine learning ever since. He graduated from BITS Pilani with a degree in Computer Science.
  • Abhishek Nayak
    Co-founder, CEO
    Abhishek is excited by practical applications of deep learning. He previously headed product management at Ezetap, a fast growing mobile payments startup. He founded Gharpay(acquired by Delhivery) and ClinkNow(acquired by Ezetap), both backed by Sequoia Capital in India. He studied Biological Sciences at BITS Pilani.
  • Arpit Mohan
    Co-Founder, CTO
    Arpit is a battle tested veteran of 2 startups (Gharpay & Clinknow). He loves trying to solve hard problems by leveraging technology. With no delusions about how software systems work, this builder actually spends most of his time creating stuff that actually works.
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Why Bicycle AI?

We believe AI is the greatest tool that will enable people to do a better job. By taking over repetitive, simpler tasks AI can free our minds to solve problems that will have greater impacts. AI could also enhance our abilities to deal with complex problems by aiding in tasks that machines do better then us. We say let people do what they are best at and leave the rest to machines. We believe that AI is the bicycle for the mind for the future.

I think one of the things that really separates us from the high primates is that we’re tool builders. I read a study that measured the efficiency of locomotion for various species on the planet. The condor used the least energy to move a kilometer. And, humans came in with a rather unimpressive showing, about a third of the way down the list. But, then somebody at Scientific American had the insight to test the efficiency of locomotion for a man on a bicycle. And, a man on a bicycle, a human on a bicycle, blew the condor away, completely off the top of the charts. And that’s what a computer is to me. What a computer is to me is it’s the most remarkable tool that we’ve ever come up with, and it’s the equivalent of a bicycle for our minds. -Steve Jobs