Most conversational AI platforms are architected to connect, analyse, and return data. This is great in terms of efficiency and scale, but all too often results in poorly constructed user experiences.
The iLi engine from ISR takes a different approach.
User experience for designers, developers and ultimately the consumers of AI is the first point of consideration in the iLi architecture.
iLi - V12.1
iLi has been in development for several years. Over the past five years, it matured through deployment into robotic hardware prototypes by ISR.
Each prototype was developed to interact directly with people either in a consumer or commercial environment. By taking this approach, ISR learnt how to make a platform that would work across a vast array of platforms, using sensors and motors as well as working with or without a screen.
ISR’s goal was to develop a highly-advanced engine that can be referenced locally by software applications, does not require an internet connection and a system that can be deployed generically to all forms of robotic, automotive, PC and IoT based hardware.
To add to the challenge, the engine was designed to support the concept of write once and deploy to all without change.
AIStudio is the exclusive editor of the iLi engine.