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Bilby’s AI Revolution: Turning Governmental Fog into Clear Policy Insights

Bilby’s AI Revolution: Turning Governmental Fog into Clear Policy Insights

At Bilby, we're embarking on another invigorating year as we stand tall in the complex landscape of technology and AI-driven, government-related analytics. Drawing upon our expertise, we're committed to delivering AI and Machine Learning (ML) tools that provide a comprehensive insights into the intricate web of government activities.

Born from a personal sense of both frustration and ambition by our founder, Ryan, Bilby materialized from his years as a prime ministerial adviser, professor, and senior business analyst. He identified the common struggle that individuals and entities face as they scramble to comprehend the ever-shifting actions, intentions, and statements of governments, often caught off-guard by sudden
policy shifts.

Our mission at Bilby has crystallized around this challenge. We're committed to using artificial intelligence and machine learning to provide a lucid, comprehensive overview of government activities. With tools ranging from a user-friendly terminal for analysts to AI-powered briefings and memos, we're empowering our clients with information like never before.

In an increasingly crowded FinTech sector, we find our niche through specialization. We're focusing our attention and resources on government actions, supplementing and bolstering the services already offered by existing

FinTech Solutions, and filling a gap that we've identified with the clarity of top-down policy understanding.

Currently, our services are deployed by six firms for custom AI models, with overall usage surpassing 300 unique clients. Meanwhile, we're revving up to rapidly expand our capacity, with 53 firms on our waitlist and upcoming trials to fulfill their needs.

Peering into the future of our industry, we envision a shift towards enterprise-focused AI and supervised ML solutions, veering away from Large Language Models (LLMs.) We expect to see a rise in solutions aimed at answering specific inquiries based on verifiable data sources.

In terms of collaborations, we remain open-minded and inclusive. Partnerships have been and will continue to be key for us.

As we brace ourselves for an exciting year ahead, we're setting ambitious milestones. Our budding terminal will see daylight come November 15th, and we envision extending our services to 20 institutional or corporate clients by the end of Q1 2024. By mid-2024, we aim to have 10 country-specific models operational.

For those interested in the trail Bilby is blazing, our founder Ryan (ryan.m@bilby.ai) remains at the ready. We invite everyone to connect with us for partnerships, inquiries, or to learn more about our enticing journey ahead.

"The above article was adapted from an interview that Edward Shen conducted with our CEO Ryan Manuel, originally published on FinTech Newsletter by QIDS."


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