According to KariXchange CEO, Eucharia Amanambu, the startup is two months away from releasing its first service application built around artificial intelligence.
Powered by Nyra, the service app uses other machine learning technologies for predicting human behaviour and delivering excellent customer service.
She informed that KariXchange is positioning Nyra for the future, especially robotics, with goal to create jobs and empower users leveraging on Artificial intelligence and Internet of things.
“In two months, KariXchange will launch its first service application which will be centered on Nyra, but specifically utilise machine learning, another branch of AI, to make the app cognitive, accurate in predicting human behavior and excellent in customer service,” she said.
Amanambu said that the organisation’s AI is intelligent enough to engage users in any topic, and most importantly, predict matches.
“Match prediction is a difficult area to delve in. Beyond focusing on previous results, each game needs to be analysed for context.
Individual team strength, individual player capabilities, past goal records, clean sheets, the importance of the match, etc, are all contexts that are varied.
Also, analysing context can be very tasking, challenging, and tricky. However, we are confident and Nyra is up to the task,” she said.
Nira actually predicted that Nigeria was going to beat Iceland at the World Cup and it came to pass.