• Railtown AI Technologies (CSE:RAIL) says its AI engine has achieved a next-level milestone of producing application general intelligence
  • The Vancouver-based tech firm stated this represents an understanding of the specific software applications connected to its AI platform
  • This level of total understanding can enable its Railtown platform to help clients be more productive and profitable by providing timely mission-critical insights and automating the performance of repetitive tasks
  • Railtown AI Technologies Inc. last traded at $0.10 per share

Railtown AI Technologies (CSE:RAIL) says its AI engine has achieved a next-level milestone of producing application general intelligence.

The Vancouver-based tech firm stated this represents an understanding of the specific software applications connected to its AI platform. This level of total understanding can enable its Railtown platform to help clients be more productive and profitable by providing timely mission-critical insights and automating the performance of repetitive tasks.

Third-party users will be able to customize the Railtown platform by prompting it to create new features and software solutions without the need for writing or understanding the underlying code.

The platform is trained on the applications of the company’s clients, Railtown can provide developers with more insight into the status of their applications. Railtown can also allow development teams to boost efficiency and improve quality by automating the performance of repetitive tasks.

Some other benefits of the platform include providing information related to builds and deployments, code snippets, errors, bug fixes, performance issues, engineering blockers, velocity, productivity and more. It can learn from the feedback it receives from the developers and continuously improves its ability to provide relevant answers.

“There’s a lot of buzz about if and when a computer system could rival or exceed our ability to perform any intellectual task,” Railtown’s CTO, Marwan Haddad said in a news release. “That’s called artificial general intelligence. In the meantime, our team has realized a fundamentally higher level of functionality than anything we’ve accomplished to date, which we call application general intelligence. To make this possible, we systematically trained our AI engine to understand sub-components of individual applications, from tickets, builds, deployments and logs. Those were all milestones in their own right, but it wasn’t until the Railtown platform understood all those sub-components that it could run application general intelligence, which means having an end-to-end understanding of whatever client applications are connected to our engine. This opens up a whole new level of functionality and service that we can now bring to software developers and teams that practice agile project management.”

Railtown AI Technologies Inc. has developed a software as a service (SAAS)-delivered solution for software development teams that utilizes AI to drive optimizations and deliver insights throughout software development.

Railtown AI Technologies Inc. last traded at $0.10 per share and its stock is up 5 per cent in the past year.

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