A mission-driven team of passionate engineers hell bent on democratizing education
It started as a bold quest in an AI-lab in Singapore, one which if made possible, would revolutionize education as we know it. An 8 years long journey, to explore if the newly available AI tech stack could be harnessed to deliver the Gold standard of personalised learning. One which every learner truly deserves.
Each of us bring with us strong values which unite us & guide us into the future
CEO & Co-Founder
Shubham is a serial entrepreneur having led technology teams at deep tech startups like Holmusk and Dexecure. Prior to Cerebry, he was doing research on data mining and served as an associate lecturer at NUS. With Rahul, he came up with the research that powers Cerebry and they have been working together since 2015.
Raymond Reed Baker
CPA, MBA, PhD
Ray is a practitioner & academic in the area of corporate governance, with specialization on board of director effectiveness, internal controls and crisis management. He advises public companies and start-ups, while also holding faculty positions with Hong Kong University, TongJi University and The Financial Times. Within Cerebry, Ray is helping to build an internal framework, which can scale, as the company grows rapidly.
Rahul is the ‘brains’ behind the artificial intelligence engine that enables real time autonomous question generation across domains. When Rahul started his PhD in 2011, professors termed his idea as ‘outlandish’ and ‘impossible’. Almost a decade later, Rahul’s research work powers a revolution in truly adaptive learning in the form of Cerebry.
Han Shih Lee
Rohit is Rahul’s twin brother and when Rahul was pursuing his PhD, Rohit was bringing India’s leading tuition centres online. He is responsible for building apps like Adda247 into an online success, and within a few months, the organisation was making more from online sales than offline. Rohit jumped into Cerebry seeing the potential transformative impact in an industry that was running on just digitising textbooks.
Read about our research in one of the papers published by our founders