While Ai is already showcasing real-world results, the future of these tools is even more exciting. It’s a journey, however, that you need to begin today… with Us.
At Us we envision a world where Ai amplifies the very best parts of humanity, rather than erodes them. We want to be the key driver for this change. Over the next few years, we think businesses, charities, social enterprise and government can get dramatically more efficient and affordable through technology. We believe that technology that utilises data can become more human, with less unnecessary pain and wasted time for everyone involved. Companies that use Ai effectively will be able to focus on bringing true value to their customers by allowing their employees to focus more of their time on the customer, rather than the process.
We are authorities in artificial intelligence with access to cutting-edge technology and deep domain expertise. We are a team of leading designers, engineers, Ai pioneers, full stack developers led by strong leadership with strong B2B & social experience.
One element of our company philosophy is a sensitivity to the external forces affecting the industry, at a pace that is almost unprecedented in technological terms. Every week a new tool or product emerges that seems to change the narrative around Ai. So we also help our clients stay up to date on fluctuations, trends, ethical concerns, and the need for adjustment to the environment in which the company operates. This is really part of our fact-founded approach because the forces affecting a business are facts—and important ones.
We don’t work on projects that specifically reduce roles within companies. Ai requires humans to develop, deploy, manage and maintain it. That means jobs. Of the jobs lost through automation, many many will be offset by new jobs that will be created.
These are not systems that can replicate the abstract ways that a human thinks and works, but are instead designed to target narrowly defined problems. In many cases, an Ai and a human operator will work hand in hand to solve that problem: The Ai scours the data, looking for details that would otherwise take months of time to uncover, and the human checks that the Ai’s results are on target. The human operator is required to train the Ai tool to perform tedious tasks, liberating the human operator to focus on the big picture. As these problems get increasingly difficult, the need for a human operator becomes even greater, not smaller. That’s how we look at it, and that’s how we advocate the use of Ai.
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