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CarDekho appoints Manjeet Dahiya as VP- AI, ML and data sciences –

Clockwise from top left: Aditya Kumar, Sandeep Singh, Manjeet Dahiya, Dharmesh Gandhi, and Mayank Kapoor. CarDekho Group has announced five engineering and product leadership appointments at their Gurgaon office. Sandeep Singh and Mayank Kapoor have joined as vice presidents – engineering. Manjeet Dahiya has joined as vice president – artificial intelligence, machine learning and data sciences.Dharmesh Gandhi joined as vice president – products, and Aditya Kumar as vice president – product strategy and analytics. They all will report to CarDekho Group’s chief product and technology officer, Vivek Srivastava.
With over 14 years of experience, Dahiya is an expert in artificial intelligence, machine learning and data sciences. Before joining CarDekho he was the head of data science and machine learning at Airtel Digital. Singh has 14 years of experience in building deep technology and highly scalable products. Earlier, he was with Walmart Global Tech as director of engineering in San Francisco. Kapoor has more than a decade long experience in building and managing technology products. Kapoor has worked with Reliance Jio as VP, engineering, where he led cloud consumer products, services and cloud platform.
Gandhi has over 16 years of experience in product management, marketing and engineering roles for e-commerce, digital advertising, video and smartphone products.
Kumar has 13 years of experience in business strategy, data strategy, and operations strategy. Kumar was a co-founder of CliffJumper Technologies where he built a proximity marketing and sales platform for SMBs.
“Customer delight and innovation are at the core of CarDekho. We are aggressively strengthening our product and tech teams to build world class technology products. We are strategically getting the right talent to achieve our vision of CarDekho. We welcome Sandeep Singh, Mayank Kapoor, Manjeet Dahiya, Dharmesh Gandhi, and Aditya Kumar to the CarDekho group. Their experience and ability in anticipating market dynamics to create new products and segments will help us drive innovation at a higher velocity,” Srivastava said. asked experts about the possible consequences, if the social media platforms are banned due to non-compliance with Centre’s guidelines…