Catalyte uses AI to test unlikely engineers for their potential
Catalyte CEO, Jacob Hsu, wants to ‘Kill pedigree’ by using artificial intelligence to test unlikely engineers for their potential.
In three to five years, if Catalyte is known as “the largest software development service company in the world,” Hsu says it would’ve failed: “We would’ve missed the boat because our ultimate ambition is to change the way we connect opportunity to potential. We want to kill pedigree. We’re proving it now with software developers. Our goal is to do this across industries so that we can make a much more diverse, egalitarian workforce, where everybody gets a shot if they can prove that they have the potential.”
Read the piece on Fast Company