How does Turing make remote work better?

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Turing Workspace

Collaboration, reporting, being in sync, and working effectively and efficiently with both your team and your client are crucial to our mission. Turing makes all of this, and more, possible with a cutting-edge tool called the Turing Workspace. Workspace is your virtual office of sorts, where you'll be able to find everything you need as a remote employee in one place. Right from stand-ups to asynchronous collaboration, and even an option to plan your leaves and off-days ahead of time.

Why does Turing believe in remote work?

Turing is led by Stanford University alumni and successful A.I. entrepreneurs Jonathan Siddharth and Vijay Krishnan, whose last A.I. company, Rover, leveraged elite remote talent and had a successful acquisition. With their experience, Turing has come to be the place where remote work thrives as elite forces of the world of tech converge — the most talented developers from across the world and leading U.S. companies.

The future is remote!

Turing even practices the motto of remote work with internal teams, and very seriously so. Ever since Turing's creation all the way to this day, the Turing family has grown to be a team of over 200 people — all working seamlessly from their own homes and workplaces across the world. Turing is truly 100% remote! 

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