Artificial Intelligence (AI) has revolutionised the software development process by offering numerous advantages that significantly speed up development and improve the overall quality of the final product. By generating code based on developers’ inputs, AI tools can quickly create the necessary building blocks for applications, saving precious time and effort. This allows developers to focus on more complex tasks and innovation.

AI’s ability to identify bugs and potential issues in code is invaluable, as it can pinpoint problems that may have been easily overlooked by human developers. By catching these bugs early in the development process, AI helps to prevent costly delays and ensures a more reliable end product.

The automation of the testing process is another key benefit of AI in software development. AI can generate test cases and execute them efficiently, providing comprehensive coverage and reducing the time spent on manual testing. This ultimately leads to a more stable and robust application.

In addition to these benefits, AI can offer real-time guidance and support to developers, acting as an intelligent assistant that can provide suggestions, answer questions, and help find relevant information. This not only accelerates development but also fosters continuous learning and improvement among developers.

The result of integrating AI into the development process is leaner, more efficient code with fewer bugs, which translates to a faster and smoother experience for end users. By harnessing the power of AI, developers can create better software in less time, meeting the ever-evolving demands of the digital world.

What does this mean for you as a user? 

  • More features more quickly – Our development teams spend their days writing code to add new features to current functionality and building whole new modules for different types of risk. With the power of AI we can now deliver these features and tools to you quicker than ever before.
  • Bespoke features more cheaply and T100 as a platform – T100 is a development platform built on a backbone of permissions, security access and other administrative features. With quicker development, you can use this structure for other organisational risks or workflows to create an in-house bespoke solution as a fraction of the cost of ground-up software builds.
  • More e-learning content coming soon – AI has rapidly increased the speed at which we can build our online certified e-learning courses to increase the family of courses into more risk areas and more niche areas. Keep an eye out on our eLearning page for new content.
  • Your own e-learning using our LMS – Now the barrier to building e-learning courses has lowered it is now possible for much smaller organisations to build their own e-learning using tools like Articulate. Courses can be uploaded to our Learning management systems (LMS) which can be used to deliver and track your internal training. Put your name down for one of our e-learning seminars so you can see how easy to create your own course is. We can also get the courses externally certified by an Ofqual accredited body.
  • Predictive analytics – Traditional seems to be an odd word for something as new as AI but in more recent iterations of the technology, neural networks, the backbone of all AI, is used to identify patterns in data so that intervention in issues may be seen early. This is done by training models on input data and checking related outcomes. For example, from the vast amount of data we collect, we may see that an increase in the reports of hazards coupled with late closing of tasks lead to increased incidents. The system then alerts you to this implied increase in risk so that interventions may be made in advance. Similar models are used throughout the tech industry to predict everything from early deaths to buying behaviour.

If any you’d like further information on any of the above, please complete our contact form and a member of the team will be in touch to discuss your needs.