Peyush Bansal was attacked by a Co-founder of an AI Company

Priyanjit Ghosh, Co-founder of an AI Company slammed Peyush Bansal after he claimed that no AI platform can accurately detect the cataract.

Shark Tank India has become the most popular reality show for its unique content. Moreover, there are netizens who are still criticizing the show for different reasons. In the mean time, one of the sharks, the Co-Founder of Lenskart, Peyush Bansal has been called out by Priyanjit Ghosh, digital patient communication platform. Priyanjit attacked Bansal after he stated that no man-made AI can precisely detect the cataract.

Presently, the business reality TV show is in its last week and the last episode of this season will air on Friday. Other than the Lenskart CEO, different sharks are Namita Thapar, Anupam Mittal, Ghazal Alagh, Ashneer Grover, Vineeta Singh, and Aman Gupta.

During one of the past episodes, while conversing with another AI organization’s businessman Peyush Bansal said, “Cataract India mei bahut bada issue hai yet worldwide koi AI ye abhi tak precisely distinguish nahi kar pata hai.” However, Priyanjit Ghosh criticized him as he shared that his organization has tackled the issue.

Answering to Peyush Bansal, Priyanjit Ghosh wrote on LinkedIn, “We have already addressed cataract screening with ‘artificial intelligence’ from just cell phone pictures having accomplished 91% accuracy over 10,000+ screening done till now!”


Ghosh further expressed, “I’m not a Shark Tank India competitor. In any case, I have broadly worked and settled cataract screening utilizing AI from India with absolute minimum assets to help aged Indian residents who can’t go to clinics for screening. Reasonable! Simply utilizing cell phone from home!! No extra gadget required. Indeed, it’s difficult to accept. But, it’s done.”

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