Every day we are seeing new advancements in technology, now introducing Vera. Recently, A Russian Robot Vera has come to existence. Russian innovators has designed a robot, Vera, which can hire individuals for job. Automation is taking place in our daily life very rapidly. It is estimated that more than 800 job positions will be automated till 2030.

Artificial Intelligence has taken place into a new job. The Russian startup Stafory has designed Vera. This AI can fill vacant seats in any job openings. 300 odd client companies want to take advantage of this new AI like pepsico, Ikea, Loreal etc.

Meet Vera, the Russian robot that is hiring humans


The co-founders of Stafory, found themselves making hundreds of calls to candidates who lost interest in the given job. This encouraged them to automate the entire task. Vladimir Sveshnikov, aged 28, and Alexander Uraksin, 30, are co-founders of Stafory, Stafory is a 50-person start-up in Saint Petersburg.

Uraksin said in a statement, “We felt like robots ourselves, so we figured it was better to automate the task,” .

Development of Vera

The programmers have designed Vera with 13 billion examples of syntax. Speech is programmed with TV, wikipedia and job listings. This has improved Vera’s vocabulary. This helps Vera to speak naturally. Focus is made to make Vera understand the responses.

Vera integrates speech recognition technology from Google, Amazon, Microsoft and Russia’s Yandex. But now it is able to understand the emotions.


  • AI can interview hundreds of applicants via voice or video call.
  • It can shortlist the resumes from various websites. Hence narrowing the field to 10%.
  • Saves time of experts and reduces the cost of recruitment.
  • Quickly scrutinize the candidates for high turnover service and blue-collar positions like-waiters, workers, clerks etc.

Vera started working in Russia in December 2016. Many employers found it useful to recruit the candidates for job openings.

According to the company, its revenue will top up to US$1 million this year.

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