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Zoho takes Freshworks to court in the first battle of Indian unicorns – YourStory

Zoho, the SaaS cloud-based software provider, has taken Freshworks, and its founders Girish Mathrubootham and Shan Krishnasamy, both former employees of Zoho, to court. A complaint has been filed at the United States District Court, Northern District of California.

YourStory has obtained a copy of the complaint.

The plaintiff, Zoho Corp, has alleged that Freshworks founders "have worked Zoho for nine years prior to their founding of Freshworks, Messrs Mathrubootham and Krishnasamy were privy to confidential Zoho product, financial, pricing, and customer information and were well aware of Zoho employees creation of and access to Zoho competitive business information. After leaving to start Freshworks, Mr Mathrubootham improperly included Zoho confidential revenue figures in early Freshworks investor pitch materials to secure initial investments, leveraging his work at Zoho and suggesting his new start-up would perform like Zoho."

Sridhar Vembu

"On information and belief, Messrs Mathrubootham and Krishnasamy further used Zoho know-how, product development, and market data to start Freshworks. While at Zoho, Mr Mathrubootham was Vice President of Product Management for ManageEngine, Zohos IT Management software. In that role, he was head of customer support for ManageEngine, which offered him specialised and non-public knowledge of what Zoho (and thus other similar mid-size companies) would need in a tool to provide efficient and effective support to its customers," Zoho alleges.

In the complaint, Zoho mentions that "it requires its employees to execute non-disclosure agreements promising to keep any Zoho trade secrets, confidential business information, technical information and non-public know-how (including information regarding company finances, employees, compensation, research and development, manufacturing and marketing) in confidence and not to disclose such information outside of Zoho both during and after their employment. Employee confidentiality obligations extend to all confidential business information, including technical information, product development roadmaps, marketing plans, and customer lists and potential leads tracked in Zohos databases."

Zoho continues to allege,

"Freshworks has continued the practice of misappropriating Zohos confidential and competitive business information to compete with Zoho. Knowing Zoho employees have unique knowledge of the market landscape, competitive pricing, and Zohos development paths for its business tools, Freshworks has recruited over a hundred employees from Zoho to gain accessto such confidential Zoho information."

The plaintiff adds,

On information and belief, Freshworks has also been improperly accessing Zohos customer data. As recently as February 24, 2020, Freshworks has been systematically contacting Zohos customers using Zoho confidential information. In some of these instances, Freshworks contacted Zohos customers at email addresses the customers created solely for registration with Zohos cloud-based offerings. The only way Freshworks would have knowledge of the email addresses it used to contact Zohos customers is through unauthorized direct access of Zohos confidential CRM database, which houses Zohos confidential customer lists and leads, as well as confidential and competitive pricing and customer requirements data."

Both founders refrained from commenting as the matter was now in court.

Zoho (Adventnet at the time) was founded by Sridhar Vembu in 1996 and built the SaaS business in to a bootstrapped unicorn.

Girish Mathrubootham, co-founder of Freshworks

Sources say that this was to come to a head at some point of time because both companies were launching multiple platforms for SMBs and were moving forward them. Industry sources add that this was not good for the Indian SaaS industry as both companies had their own niche and have a large base to capture.

"Both founders have the same work ethic. They want to make an impact. But, this was a surprise for all of us and this shows that in business one never really knows what the other is thinking," says a founder of an SaaS company in Chennai.

Even though both Girish and Sridhar have known to be courteous to each other, this is turning out to be the first battle of Indian unicorns.

(Edited by Kanishk Singh)

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From a Yacht to Online: Promoting to Queens Zooms Ahead –

70 Girls and 9 Coaches Attended Promoting to Queens on a Yacht

Jay Stallings, founder of the California Youth Chess League, planned four special events to promote women and girls chess in the 2020-2021 school calendar year and received a US Chess Women program grant in partnership with the Saint Louis Chess Club. Read about a previous Promoting to Queens event here. The fourth event was planned for the Spring. Due to the scourge of COVID-19, this event will be moved to a series of educational Zoom Webinars featuring some of the inspiring stars in this article, allowing for even more intensive and targeted instruction.

Coach Jay helps the coaches welcome the families to the red carpet!

Coach Eva Keshishian always had a crowd eager to earn Skills Stickers!

On beautiful day in February with just the right amount of clouds overhead, nine female coaches welcomed seventy excited girls onto FantaSea One, the flagship yacht in the fleet of FantaSea Yachts. Less than a month earlier, the owner of FantaSea Yachts had offered this beautiful yacht to be used for the third meeting of the Promoting to Queens program.

The Captain missed his First Mate!

Eyes widened as the guests explored the splendor of the four decks, each with its own function and beauty lounge, dining, party, sunshine!

The memorable day kicked off with a slideshow welcoming everyone, an educationally entertaining Quiz Show we called Americas Cup or Sinquefield Cup?

A real treat followed as Class A player Courtney Lauren Penn, now a movie producer, told the girls how chess had made her career possible. The girls were all smiles as she revealed her realization that you often had to lose in order to grow.

Interestingly, Courtney played in the K-12 Champ section at the first ever SuperNationals (1997, Knoxville) alongside future chess professionals Jennifer Shahade of US Chess, FunMaster Mike Klein of, Adam Weissbarth of Silver Knights Chess, Macauley Peterson of ChessBase, and Todd Andrews of the Nashville Chess Center, among others.

All the while, coaches handed out Stellar Student stickers, of which over 160 would be needed for each team (Dolphins, Starfish, Sea Horses, and Penguins) to open their teams treasure chest! Curious? Read on!

Tatev Abrahamyan with young chessplayers

Tatev and Annie gave simuls on the Party Deck!

Throughout the five-hour event, the girls earned stickers through a wide range of chess (and some non-chess) activities playing against WGM Tatev Abrahamyan or IM Annie Wang in a simul, participating in a top-student simul (either as giver or player), earning skill stickers (like Q + K Mate), completing a chess puzzle (no, a real puzzle), and even creating fun Perler Bead chess pieces with their friends! In the end, as some teams reached their sticker goal, girls offered their extra stickers to the other teams so that they could open their treasure chests as well!

Promoting to Queen SWAG

Liora Ginzburg gives a simul

In the end, all chests were opened, and the girls were delighted to each receive a special Promoting to Queens charm bracelet!

This program was made possible by a grant from US Chess and the St. Louis Chess Club, with funding from the Crane Fund for Women & Children, and FantaSea Yachts (which also supplied the venue along with staffing, coffee, tea, and cookies too!).

Jay Stallings and Dr. Angela Nelson, of California Youth Chess League, organized the event.

Look for more news from Jay on his Zoom programming to close out the Promoting to Queens season.

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On the Schedule: Chess, Horse Racing and Children Lifting – The New York Times

Weve been focused on the loss of professional sports worldwide because of the coronavirus, but competitions of all kinds are being postponed and canceled. On Wednesday, the N.H.L. became the latest North American league to announce a round of schedule changes, postponing its scouting combine, annual awards ceremony and draft, all of which had been set to take place in June. There was also deflating news about the Scripps National Spelling Bee and the American Crossword Puzzle Tournament.

They may not be the Summer Olympics, but their enthusiasts are lamenting the same sudden voids in their lives as sports fans.

The National Spelling Bee scheduled for this week was postponed indefinitely. The American Crossword Puzzle Tournament, scheduled for last weekend, has been moved to September. And perish the thought, the Eurovision Song Contest was canceled outright. How will the next Abba or Celine Dion, competitors in their unknown days, emerge on the music scene?

The World Series of Poker in Las Vegas, which starts its preliminary events in late May, is still on for now. Casinos on the Strip are closed for now, with many scheduled to reopen after March 31. People from all over the world converging in one place and passing cards around. What could go wrong?

One event proceeding as scheduled is the chess Candidates Tournament in Yekaterinburg, Russia. One of the most important events on the calendar, its winner will challenge the world champion, Magnus Carlsen, for his title.

Its a rare gathering of human beings in this time of social distancing, but precautions are being taken. There are no spectators, and news media members have limited contact with the players and must wear masks. There are no pre- or postmatch handshakes, with elbow bumps the favored replacement. Players and officials are being checked by doctors twice a day.

Still, the decision to press on certainly drew some critics. One of the eight qualified players, Teimour Radjabov of Azerbaijan, pulled out because of virus fears and was replaced by an alternate.

When the tournament started on March 17, things were unclear, said Milan Dinic, the press officer for the event. In Russia, they do not have many cases.

Theyre playing in complete isolation, Dinic said. If someone feels unwell, they will stop the event.

Maxime Vachier-Lagrave of France and Ian Nepomniachtchi of Russia were the early leaders in the event, which is to run through April 4. The lone American is Fabiano Caruana, who was the last challenger to Carlsen, losing in a tiebreaker after 12 consecutive draws in 2018. He is in third, within striking distance for another shot at the title.

Fabi is a perfectionist, said Mehreen Malik, his co-manager. I think hes been relaxed and very positive. There is all still to play for.

Chess tournaments are tough during the best of times and certainly much tougher now, Caruana said. Hopefully it gets peoples minds off of the epidemic.

The tournament is streaming online, and and other sites report strong viewership numbers from quarantined folks desperate to watch some competition, any competition.

Top athletes need to train. But in all likelihood they are currently cooped up inside, perhaps with children underfoot. So theyre getting creative in using what they have.

Kevin De Bruyne of Manchester City did leg lifts, with his children providing the weight. Curiously, while one wore a De Bruyne jersey, the other opted for Raheem Sterling.

The boxer Tyson Furys live-streamed workout with his wife, Paris, was repeatedly crashed by twirling, jumping and dancing children. Hey, thats cardio.

For the runner Ben Bruce, training was a treadmill session while shooting arcade basketball with his son feeding him. He reported going at a sub-10-minute pace while scoring 36. Listen to the man, and dont try that at home.

The Chicago Bulls player Zach LaVine, on the other hand, found his dog Grizzy was a good defensive player in quarantine. LaVine, however, got the shot to fall: 2-0. AirBud, youre up next.

As usual, there were more cancellations. The Kontinental Hockey League, based mostly in Russia, had stopped play in the middle of the playoffs. Now they have called the season off entirely. Well, Russian fans, theres always chess.

Horse racing is one of the last sports still trotting along, with races scheduled in Florida, Ireland and South Africa in coming days. But not in Victoria or New South Wales, Australia, where racing was shut down after a jockey flew on a plane with a confirmed coronavirus case among its passengers.

But Belarusian soccer plays on. Round 2 of its Premier League season begins Friday.

There may be light at the end of the coronavirus tunnel. Japans J-League, the top soccer competition, has set a date of May 9 to resume play. (And if youre even more desperate, the second division is to start May 2.)

It may not happen, of course, but well gratefully take the hopeful signs when they come. And maybe someday soon we will crowd out the cancellation news with a slew of sports relaunch stories.

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The infected chess player that brought frenzy to Murmansk – The Independent Barents Observer

The tournament was held as planned despite warnings from local authorities. On the same day as the event started, regional Governor Andrey Chibis announced that all mass public events that included participation of foreigners must be cancelled.

Still, about 100 young people on the 13th March sat down by the chess boards as part of the Polar Gambit 2020, an open international tournament for young people. On the list of participants were youngsters from Estonia, France and Ireland.

As the event came to a close, it became known that one of the players, a young man from Ireland, had contracted the coronavirus. As he was about to leave the Russian Arctic city on the 16th March he was taken from the check-in area at the local airport and subsequently isolated at the regional hospital.

Following his positive testing for the virus, all participants were put in isolation. That included Murmansk City Mayor Yevgeny Nikora, who had been shortly at the event to welcome participants.

Nikora was placed in total isolation at the Murmansk Regional Hospital. The same was the case with a journalist, a member of the local parliament and two of the event organizers, newspaper Komsomolskaya Pravda reports.

Among the latter is Andranik Musatyan, the Head of the Murmansk Chess Federation. Musatyan is not happy with the reaction from the health authorities and argues that all participants should have been put in hospital confinement.

Hundred people were at the tournament, but none of them were put under observation. For some reason only we are here, all the rest are in their homes, he complains.

Why must it be worse for me? I was at the event only for 15 minutes, opened the tournament and left, he says to Komsomolskaya Pravda.

Neither he, nor City Mayor Nikora, tested positive for the virus.

Musatyan, a well-known local politicianand businessman, is not impressed with the work of Rospotrebnadzor, the state consumer and welfare agency responsible for public health.

The sportsmen sat for up to eight hours over the chess boards, saw each other in the eyes, shookhands and sneezed at each other. If there is an epidemic, then the most dangerous ones must be isolated, he says.

This must all be sorted out by the Rospotrebnadzor, he underlines and calls the agency anunprepared, defunct and incomprehensible body.

Several of the foreign participants had left Murmansk by the time the Irish chess player tested positive. But a group of Frenchmen were still in the city and have subsequently been placed in quarantine.

This week, French General Consul on St.Petersburg came to visit the young players. Along with Murmansk Governor Andrey Chibis, Hughes De Chavagnac was a shown around in the hospital ward where they are isolated. If a third and final test shows negative result, the players will be allowed to leave Murmansk on the 30th of March, the Murmansk regional government says.

Most of the local Russian players that took part in the tournament are now in home quarantine.

However, not everyone that was on the site of the tournament have been followed up the health authorities. Guest of honor and chess grandmaster Valentina Gunina, who had come to Murmansk to lead and comment the tournament online translations, was reportedly not requested to enter quarantine.

There was a total mess, [and] nobody told me anything about what to do, nor what tests to take.

Murmansk by the 24th March officially had one case of coronavirus. On the 25th March, regional authorities announced that another two individuals are suspected to carry the virus.

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Chess Boards Will Be Set Up Again –

A personal message from US Chess Executive Director Carol Meyer

Dear Friends in Chess:

During this time, unprecedented in all of our lives, I find myself seeking perspective in the disruption that has entered my personal and professional life. I write this from 41,000 feet, unexpectedly on my way to help my daughter drive 1,700 miles from a now-abbreviated internship.

I hope each of you is well and able to receive the services and items you need to get through this time of social distancing and forced isolation. For those of us who regularly work from home, we too are adjusting to having our families in our midst during the business day.

US Chess is committed to protecting the health and well-being of our players and those who support them in chess. The decision to cancel our three scholastic spring national events was not easy. As I have learned, chess players live to compete, and US Chess national events are a highlight of a players chess year and sometimes their career. Such disruption is unavoidable under our present circumstances. We rely on trusted, authoritative sources to make our decisions. I will miss being part of the spring events but look forward to our summer invitationals, the U.S. Open, and the K-12 Grades in December.

US Chess is concerned about protecting our staff team. While many of us routinely work from home, one third of our staff works in our Crossville, Tennessee headquarters. US Chess has shuttered its doors and required its entire team to work from home. This decision was made to protect our team, while supporting their work to continue to deliver services to our members. During this time, you might experience delays in having your phone call or email answered, but please know we strive to provide excellent customer service to everyone who reaches out to us. For faster response, I encourage you to email the appropriate staff person whose contact info is on the US Chess staff page.

The US Chess Executive Board (EB) has been very active during this time. It has canceled its in-person meeting in Dallas, Texas and will be holding a series of virtual meetings during the month of May. It is also looking for ways to help you keep playing chess via US Chess online-rated events. The EB will be offering interim rules this week on how US Chess Certified Tournament Directors can run official US Chess online-rated events.

While the disruption we are experiencing is temporary, its effect will be lasting. I hope you and your family remain healthy and can find the joy in having more time to spend together.

Chess boards will be ready and waiting again.

Warm regards,


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Chess Market Size, Top Manufacturers, Product Types, Applications and Specification, Forecast to 2045 – Packaging News 24

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Google and the Oxford Internet Institute explain artificial intelligence basics with the A-Z of AI – VentureBeat

Artificial intelligence (AI) is informing just about every facet of society, from detecting fraud and surveillanceto helping countries battle the current COVID-19 pandemic. But AI is a thorny subject, fraught with complex terminology, contradictory information, and general confusion about what it is at its most fundamental level. This is why the Oxford Internet Institute (OII), the University of Oxfords research and teaching department specializing in the social science of the internet, has partnered with Google to launch a portal with a series of explainers outlining what AI actually is including the fundamentals, ethics, its impact on society, and how its created.

The Oxford Internet Institute is a multidisciplinary research and teaching department of the University of Oxford, dedicated to the social science of the Internet.

At launch, the A-Z of AI covers 26 topics, including bias and how AI is used in climate science, ethics, machine learning, human-in-the-loop, and Generative adversarial networks (GANs).

Googles People and AI Research team (PAIR) worked with Gina Neff, a senior research fellow and associate professor at OII, and her team to select the subjects they felt were pivotal to understanding AI and its role today.

The 26 topics chosen are by no means an exhaustive list, but they are a great place for first-timers to start, the guides FAQ section explains. The team carefully balanced their selections across a spectrum of technical understanding, production techniques, use cases, societal implications, and ethical considerations.

For example, bias in data sets is a well-documented issue in the development of AI algorithms, and the guide briefly explains how the problem is created and how it can be addressed.

Typically, AI forms a bias when the data its given to learn from isnt fully comprehensive and, therefore, starts leading it toward certain outcomes, the guide reads. Because data is an AI systems only means of learning, it could end up reproducing any imbalances or biases found within the original information. For example, if you were teaching AI to recognize shoes and only showed it imagery of sneakers, it wouldnt learn to recognize high heels, sandals, or boots as shoes.

You can peruse the guide in its full A-Z form or filter content by one of four categories: AI fundamentals, Making AI, Society and AI, and Using AI.

Those with a decent background in AI will find this guide simplistic, but its a good starting point for anyone looking to grasp the key points they will be hearing about as AI continues to shape society in the years to come.

Its also worth noting that this isnt a static resource the plan is to update it as AI evolves.

The A-Z will be refreshed periodically as new technologies come into play and existing technologies evolve, the guide explains.

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VA Looking to Expand Usage of Artificial Intelligence Data – GovernmentCIO Media

The agency is looking at how to best apply curated data sets to new use cases.

The Department of Veterans Affairs is closer to expanding its use of artificial intelligence and developing novel use cases.

In looking back on the early stages of the VAs newly launched artificial intelligence program, the department's Director of AI Gil Alterovitz noted ongoing questions about how to best leverage AI data sets for secondary uses.

One of the interesting challenges is often that data is collected for maybe one reason, and it may be used for analyzing and finding results for that one particular reason. But there may be other uses for that data as well. So when you get to secondary uses you have to examine a number of challenges, he said at AFCEA's Automation Transformation conference.

Some of the most pressing concerns the VAs AI program hasencountered include questions of how to best apply curated data sets to newfound use cases, as well as how to properly navigate consent of use for proprietary medical data.

Considering the specificity of use cases, particularly for advanced medical diagnostics and predictive analytics, Alterovitz has proposed releasing broader ecosystems of data sets that can be chosen and applied depending on the demands of specific AI projects.

Theres a lot to think about data sets and how they work together. Rather than release one data set, consider releasing an ecosystem of data sets that are related," he said."Imagine, for example, someone is searching for a trial you have information about. Consider the patient looking for the trial, the physician, the demographics, pieces of information about the trial itself, where its located. Having all that put together makes for an efficient use case and allows us to better work together."

Alterovitz also discussed the value of combining structured and unstructured data sets in AI projects, a methodology that Veterans Affairs has found to provide stronger results than using structured data alone.

When you look at unstructured data, there have been a number of studies in health care looking at medical records where if you look at only structured data or only unstructured data individually, you dont get as much of a predictive capability whether it be for diagnostics or prognostics as by combining them, he said.

Beyond refining and expanding these data applications methodologies, the VA also appears attentive to how to best leverage proprietary medical data while protecting personally identifying information.

The solution appears to lie in creating synthetic data sets that mimic the statistical parameters and overall metrics of a given data set while obscuring the particularities of the original data set it was sourced from.

How do you make data available considering privacy and other concerns?" Alterovitz said."One area is synthetic data, essentially looking at the statistics of the underlying data and creating a new data set that has the same statistics, but cant be identified because it generates at the individual level a completely different data set that has similar statistics."

Similarly, creating select variation within a given data set can serve to remove the possibility of identifying the patient source, You can take the data, and then vary that information so that its not the exact same information you received, but is maybe 20% different. This makes it so you can show its statistically not possible to identify that given patient with confidence.

Going forward, the VA appears intent on solving these quandaries so as to best inform expanded AI research.

A lot of the data we have wasnt originally designed for AI. How you make it designed and ready for use in AI is a challenge and one that has a number of different potential avenues, Alterovitz concluded

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Global Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare Market – Premium Insight, Competitive News Feed Analysis, Company Usability Profiles, Market Sizing &…

The Global Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare Market is expected to grow from USD 2,178. 37 Million in 2018 to USD 10,578. 45 Million by the end of 2025 at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 25.

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The future through Artificial Intelligence – The Star Online

ARTIFICIAL Intelligence (AI) is the wave of the future. This area of computer science emphasising the creation of intelligent machines that work and react like humans is heavily influencing and taking over the way we get on with daily life.

Artificial Intelligence is revolutionising industries and improving the way business is conducted.

More importantly, it is revolutionising industries and improving the way business is done, being already widely used in applications including automation, data analytics and natural language processing.

On a bigger spectrum, from self-driving cars to voice-initiated mobile phones and computer-controlled robots, the presence of AI is seen and felt almost everywhere.

As more industries shift towards embracing the science of incorporating human intelligence in machines so the latter can function, think and work like humans, the demand for human capital with the relevant skill and expertise correspondingly increases.

As such, the question is, how do engineering students ride this wave and make the most of it?

AI has a high learning curve but the rewards of a career in AI far outweigh the investment of time and energy.

Unlike most conventional careers, AI is still in its infancy stage although several modern nations have fully embraced the Fourth Industrial Revolution.

Taking this into account, UCSI University has taken the initiative to develop the Bachelor of Computer Engineering (Artificial Intelligence) programme.

The nations best private university for two years in a row, according to the two recent QS World University Rankings exercises, proactively defines its own AI curriculum to offer educational content that can help increase the supply of AI engineers with job-ready graduates and real world experiences.

The AI programme at UCSI consists of a number of specialisations and several overlapping disciplines, including mathematical and statistical methods, computer sciences and other AI core subjects to provide a conceptual framework in providing solutions for real-world engineering problems.

The first two years covers core theoretical knowledge such as mathematics and statistics, algorithm design and computer programming, as well as electrical and electronics.

Students will progress to the AI subfields by selecting the specialisation elective tracks covering emerging areas such as machine learning, decision-making and robotics, perception and language and human-AI interaction, among others.

We aim to nurture the new generation workforce with the right skills set and knowledge on smart technologies to accelerate Malaysias transformation into a smart and modern manufacturing system, says Ang.

UCSI Faculty of Engineering, Technology and Built Environment dean Asst Prof Ts Dr Ang Chun Kit pointed out that AI was unavoidably the way forward.

We aim to nurture the new generation workforce with the right skills set and knowledge on smart technologies to accelerate Malaysias transformation into a smart and modern manufacturing system.

This programme was developed with a vision to provide the foundation for future growth in producing more complex and high-value products for industry sectors in Malaysia, he said.

Leading the faculty in which 46 of its members have PhDs, Ang emphasised the university focuses on research attachment abroad and has established partnerships with key industry players.

The faculty also stands out in terms of receiving grants to advance high impact projects.

Students from the faculty are also annually selected for researches at world-renowned universities such as Imperial College London and Tsinghua University.

The faculty also strives to give students field experience through internships at various top companies.

An example would be Harry Hoon Jian Wen, an Electrical and Electronic Engineering student. He was selected to go to the University of Queensland for a research attachment while also successfully completing his internship at Schneider Electric.

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