Human resources and AI startup Censia has announced the appointment of Burges Karkaria as Chief Technology Officer. Mr. Karkaria has served on Censia’s board advisors for the past two years, and in his new role will lead the company’s development of product capabilities.
"We are thrilled that Burges Karkaria has joined us as Censia's new Chief Technology Officer," said Censia CEO and co-founder Joanna Riley. "Burges is a leader in enterprise AI and will steer our AI-enabled enterprise products roadmap and deliver new products and systems of innovation. These will provide companies with a comprehensive suite of AI-powered talent acquisition and talent management tools that will enable data-driven people decisions at scale and open the doors to digital transformation to companies of all sizes."
Mr. Karkaria has more than 20 years of technology innovation experience, and is a former Chief Technology Officer of Enterprise at Intel Corporation, and founder of RoboCuisine.
"The primary challenge enterprises face today is digital transformation, and digital transformation cannot happen without people,” said Mr. Karkaria. “Censia has the power to unlock the insights both around individual talent and a company's overall workforce, empowering companies with the talent intelligence they need to develop the workforce that can achieve digital transformation."