Technical interviews can be structured to have both candidate and interviewer solve an unseen technical problem together, in real-time or asynchronously, using a form of communication that works for both parties — text, verbal or sign language.
This form of interview can help to reduce bias, test real world collaboration skills and probe each other inclusivity, while restoring balance to power dynamics a bit.
Vortle is a platform that provides virtual spaces and games for anxiety relief and stress management.
You can enroll in the public beta at https://www.vortle.com
Beta is available on any iOS or Android device — no account creation or login is required to use the app. We are going to release Win and OSX betas in the near future.
#disability-tech and Vortle
I’ve recently co-founded Vortle — a platform that offers AI, immersive 3D environments, and games to help people manage anxiety and relieve stress.
Vortle can be considered a disability-tech company, as we consider digital accessibility to be a core value of the company and of our product.
I’ve been exploring usage of DJL (Deep Java Library) and wanted to share a few basic benchmarks that I’ve captured while testing out the framework and its engine-agnostic approach to deep learning.
I really liked the idea of being able to load already trained models and run them inside of…
This blog post suppose to be part of a series where I try to find analogies and cartoonish illustrations for the popular machine learning concepts.
Instead of jumping into problem solving capabilities of machine learning and the math and algorithms that drive these capabilities, I wanted to provide visual analogies…