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Argo AI Overview

Pittsburgh, PA
201 to 500 employees
Company - Private
Computer Hardware & Software
Unknown / Non-Applicable
At Argo AI, we're tackling one of the most challenging applications in computer science, robotics and artificial intelligence: vehicles that are fully autonomous and able to navigate city streets.

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Argo AI Reviews

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Argo AI CEO Bryan Salesky
Bryan Salesky
23 Ratings
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    "An Amazing Company with a Bright Future"

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    Current Employee - Employee in Pittsburgh, PA
    Current Employee - Employee in Pittsburgh, PA
    Positive Outlook
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    I have been working at Argo AI full-time (Less than a year)


    * You get to work on the most exciting engineering problem of our generation with the best people in the field
    * You get to work with incredibly smart and passionate people who have a lot of experience and can teach you a ton
    * Awesome work environment, friendly and positive people
    * Great perks including catered meals, unlimited vacation, gym reimbursement, etc.
    * Great compensation and equity


    None that I can see.

    Advice to Management

    Keep doing what you're doing and keep the bar for talent high as you grow.

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Argo AI Interviews



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    Software Engineer Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Average Interview


    I have to say I've never been in such a demeaning tech screen before. This was a general phone screen for the software engineer position, and the interviewer made leaps to suggest that I'm ideal for the CI/build tools team, interrogated me about how much knowledge I have of things like kernels, deep learning optimizers, whether I'm a c++ master, have worked on gui's and webapps. Are these not apparent in my resume and through my stories? He interrupted a lot while I was coding and proceeded at the end to tell me I'm not a good fit for software engineering at Argo but maybe DevOps would be a better choice for me as the standards for coding are a lot lower - suggesting I'm not a good software engineer. Coding interviews, especially one hour ones, do not holistically evaluate a candidate. I am well aware of that and accept rejections from companies when I have off days or there are problems I haven't done in a while, but to generalize my performance based on a 30-minute coding question and give me unsolicited advice on my carer choices is extremely offensive. It was a slap to the face.

    Interview Questions

    • Given a string containing w's, b's, r's like "wwbbbrrr" which is a circular string, determine what's the max number of characters you can collect.   1 Answer
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