Making the workplace a better place to work

Nanu is a deep-tech start-up building a cognitive performance tool that will change how people engage in dialogue and develop skills during online meetings.

We aim to have a massive societal impact by making better people, workplaces and better-performing businesses.

We believe AI should enrich the common good and individuals' well-being, and we are working towards this goal.

Product Science Skills


Science-based feedback during meetings from a personal AI coach.

Live and post-meeting feedback

Develop your skills while on-the-job. Learn from your interactions by reviewing a summary of the week's feedback.

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

Ensure that all participants have equal opportunities to participate in the meetings.


Increase active listening, elicit creative thinking, build trust, give better feedback and reduce cognitive bias.


Scientific knowledge translated into easy-to-understand live and post-meeting feedback

We embrace multi-disciplinarity by cross-fertilising the domains of computational linguistics, learning sciences, organisational psychology and human-computer interaction.

Computational Linguistics / Natural Language Processsing

Drawing from the philosophy of language, linguistic theories and state-of-the-art transformer-based deep learning architectures, we build predictive models that help people understand their development gaps and initiate changes in their behaviours.

Organisational Behaviour

We help people embody evidence-based good practices at the workplace by training our AI models with the most updated research on organisational behaviour.

Learning Sciences

Nanu takes advantage of positive feedback and other pedagogical strategies that have proven effective in human-human and human-computer tutorial sessions.

Human-Computer Interaction

Our design philosophy incorporates concepts from cognitive load theory to provide the ideal learning environment for skills acquisition and development.


Nanu is a plug-in for a variety of online meeting systems:


Zoom videconference

Google Meet

Google Meet videconference

MS Teams

Microsoft MS Teams


Through the use of Nanu in online meetings, managers and leaders develop the skills of active listening, trust building, creativity eliciting, effective feedback and cognitive bias reduction.

Active Listening

Active Listening

Increase engagement by exhibiting active listening conversational behaviours in your meetings.
Active Listening

Trust Building

Trust between team members is one of the most critical factors that promote team success. Build trust by communicating with care, character and competence in your meetings.
Active Listening

Creativity Eliciting

Stimulate creative thinking by displaying conversational behaviours that promote new ideas' origination and flow.
Active Listening

Effective Feedback

Ensure that your feedback addresses development gaps and motivates and enriches your collaborators.
Active Listening

Cognitive Bias Reduction

Provide yourself with a broader perspective by recognising and understanding the beliefs that underlie your decision-making processes.


Dr. Jorge Del Bosque
Founder, CEO & CSO

PhD Computational Linguistics (QMUL)

MSc Management & Organisational Innovation (QMUL)

BEng Industrial & Systems Engineering (Tec de Monterrey)

16 years of Industry Experience, Founder of 4 profifable B2B startups

Piyush Agrawal
NLP Researcher

MSc Artificial Intelligence & Adaptive Systems (University of Sussex)

BEng Computer Engineering (Pune University)

2 years Research & Industry Experience

Satish Deshbhratar
Software Architect / Engineer

MSc Artificial Intelligence (University of Aberdeen)

BEng Computer Engineering (Pune University)

5 years Industry Experience

Ex-Amazon (Software Development Engineer)

Dr. Hazar Emre
Data Scientist

PhD Media & Arts Technology (QMUL)

MSc Sound & Music Computing (Universitat Pompeu Fabra)

BS Mechanical Engineering (Koç University)

2 years Industry Experience

Dr. Julian Hough
Scientific Advisor

Researcher & Lecturer in Dialogue, Interaction & Computational Linguistics (QMUL)

Cognitive Science Research Group (QMUL) Faculty Member

Human Interaction Lab Co-coordinator (QMUL)

Dr. Matthew Purver
Scientific Advisor

Professor in Natural Language Processing, Human-Human and Human-Computer Interaction (QMUL & Jožef Stefan Institute)

Joint leader of the Computational Linguistics Lab (QMUL)

Rebecca Moore
Facilitation, Leadership and Coaching Advisor

Co-Founder (Depeen)

Facilitator of leadership transformation for organisational change

Executive Coach

Leadership Circle Practitioner

Dr. Maame Nikabs
Inclusive Language and Culture Advisor

Intercultural, Diversity and Inclusion Expert (LingLab Consult)

Cultural Lead (Healthy You)

Inclusive Leadership Coach

James Farnhill
Commercial Advisor

Head of Sales (Holistic AI)

Regional Sales Manager (Zscaler, Delphix)

Samuel Hervas
Technology Advisor

Engineering Manager (iOS) (Lapse)

Senior Engineering Manager (Depop)

Mobile Lead (Zinio)