Artificial intelligence (AI) is a fast-growing field of technology that enables machines to perform tasks that would typically require human intelligence. Things like recognising speech, understanding natural language, making decisions, and learning from experience.
AI algorithms are designed to analyse and interpret large amounts of data, allowing machines to identify patterns, make predictions, and automate processes.
Whilst advances in AI present new opportunities for innovation, the value of any technology is in how it can be applied to solve real customer problems. This is where Planes product expertise comes in.
We built a tool that leverages image-to-text AI algorithms to automatically generate missing alt-text captions on images. It improves a website’s experience for the millions of people using screen readers, as well as helping organisations automate processes such as filling out product descriptions on e-commerce sites. Try ALT AI here.
We built a business around Stable Diffusion text-to-image generation. For The Wall is an online store for AI-generated, custom artworks which you can get framed and delivered to your door.
Studies have shown that 54% of organisations expect to adopt generative AI in the next 12 months. So what does this look like in digital products?
From a development point of view, AI enhances product decision-making through improved data analysis and user behaviour interpretation. It can also be used to automate testing and bug detection, speeding up the development process and improving product reliability.
For users, AI is often the difference between a mediocre, forgettable experience and something they come back to time and time again; features such as search and recommendations can be drastically improved through AI - just ask Skin Rocks.
The world of AI is changing so quickly; our approach to AI helps you stay ahead through education and experimentation.
We make sure you’re solving real customer problems with appropriate technology, not just using AI for the sake of it. Then we start small by building something to test with your customers.