Throughout his experience, Patrick Grant, a Senior Lecturer & Project Director for LegalTech & Innovation at ULaw, has noticed that millions of people in the UK use advice centres and non-profits to get help for free. However, only a smart percentage of them receive telephone or face-to-face help due to various reasons. He then approached Calls9 to see if we could use AI to help these organisations and the people using them.
Patrick noted that advice centres serve millions, yet some struggle to access aid due to barriers such as language. Particularly, many non-English speaking immigrants urgently require help but are hindered from accessing digital or personal advice.
Consequently, Patrick and the Calls9 team initiated a tech solution to this problem and presented it at the LegalTech in Leeds Conference. They used a real case study of "Rozi", a Tigrinya-speaking single mother of five without food, nappies or electricity, desperately needing assistance.
Calls9 embarked on a research and development project to craft a Generative AI Assistant. This tool aims to provide free advice to individuals of all backgrounds and languages.
Using the amazing capabilities of Generative AI technologies, we created a demo AI Assistant that:
We included detailed screenshots of the above at the end of this page. Please note that this project is still in development, and we created this demo for the purpose of presenting it to the Conference.
Using this assistant, Rozi can:
A game-changer not just for the non-profit advice sector but for so many other businesses that can develop their own AI Agents and Assistants to elevate customer service and improve customer experience.
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