Gopros software, the software company behind the new Cam app, is launching a new product called CamProfiler that will analyze a student’s coding and learnings on the basis of their social networks and other factors.
CamProfiler is a tool to predict the likelihood that a student will become a better programmer in the long run.
The company will release the product on June 12.
Gopros is a venture capital-backed startup based in Bangalore.
The company is also a member of the Bengaluru-based startup accelerator accelerator startup accelerator BengaluruStart.
Gopro, which is backed by Silicon Valley investor Sequoia Capital, is a software-development company.
The new CamProfiller app will help developers to create software to analyze a user’s coding in order to predict whether or not they can become a programmer.
The app is being built with the help of an artificial intelligence algorithm developed by the Goproc team.
CamProfiller can be used in different ways to analyse a user.
In order to create a profile, a user needs to select their preferred social network and select their desired career path.
Then the user will be asked to input their interests, such as coding, reading, sports, gaming, music, and more.
Cam Profiler also has a ‘profile feature’ that will allow users to choose their own profile picture, name, and other personal information.
The company is working on a mobile app to be launched by end of June.
To learn more about the app, click here