inVOID is the new name of AI based SaaS solutions that can help your business set new industry standards.
In September 2018, the Supreme Court of India passed a judgement about section 57 of the Aadhaar Act, which drastically changed how verification processes by independent companies were to be carried out. While the Aadhaar could no longer be used extensively for online verification processes, inVOID decided to make sure that businesses did not have to go back to the tiring and mostly inefficient process of manual verification. So, inVOID reached out to humankind’s new best friend, Artificial Intelligence. There, we found our own unique solution by opening up the possibility of carrying out eKYC from end to end. All under a minute.
Enterprises saw a problem. inVOID saw endless technological possibilities.
The Faces Behind inVOID
Nidhi’s M.Tech in CSE (AI & ANN) and research experience is only the beginning of an example of just how brilliant she is. She runs with the company’s passion for computer vision and machine learning. Nidhi is all about excelling in the never-seen-before kind of challenges that she comes across on an everyday basis while working with inVOID.
Senior ML Engineerin
Virat figured out his love for machine learning at an early stage in his life during his four years as a student of the computer sciences. He brings about an innovative edge to the life of the company with his solution-driven approach to work. Virat decided to join inVOID for the wonderful biryani shop next to our office.
Senior ML Engineerin
You would lose track of things you came across if you started putting a count on Abinash’s skill set!
He’s responsible for handling the technological backend of inVOID’s goals, which practically means that his work experience of more than 5 years is indispensable to everything that inVOID works for.
Full Stack Developerin
Ishita recently completed her MA in English literature from Jawaharlal Nehru University, and has been freelancing with content writing and strategy from her 2nd year of undergraduate studies. In her spare time, she can be found roaming odd and ordinary streets of Delhi.