Need a technical co-founder for an AI SaaS project

The idea is this:

An AI gift scheduler that purchased and delivers gifts to your friends in time for their special day.

I need a developer who can use AI and create the prototype and web version of the software.

I'm a marketing guy and I will gladly handle customer acquisition, revenue and sales side of things!

I'm simply looking for someone who's

  • passionate
  • visionary and long-term mindset
  • is a cool guy/girl

Looking forward to meeting you!

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    I actually created a prototype for a product like this. You describe the friend and the tool will give you a list of product ideas.

    Hit me up if you're interested.

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    Yeah, cofounded more or less that 7 years ago. The challenge will be to get the data about your customers friends interests.

    Basically, if you want to grab facebook pages, you will need your customer to install browser extension and grab data with it.

    If you want your customers to manually describe their friends, good luck w that.

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    What types of gifts would it deliver and how will it send the right gift each year?

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    you know there is no need or practical use for AI in your project (unless you are attempting to secure investment from dumb money)

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    Hey Rohan, i don’t know if you saw the post that was posted here s couple hours before yours, but maybe you could help each other. https://www.indiehackers.com/post/seeking-marketing-cofounder-for-a-revenue-generating-saas-product-1dc2a3fc59

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    Rohan Pathak, I can help you to achieve your business goals. We can help if you wish to connect with Development partner.

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