New Delhi: Engineer.ai – an AI startup today announced the Indian launch of Builder, the world’s first human-assisted AI for building custom digital products. Builder adopts an assembly-line approach, combining artificial intelligence with the best globally crowd-sourced teams of designers and developers to build bespoke digital products at twice the speed and less than a third of the cost of traditional software development.
Builder is an intuitive platform that enables anyone to assemble the complex code necessary to build software in just five easy steps:
STEP 1 – Begin with an idea.
STEP 2 – Choose from recommended features or add your own. The AI will create a “build card” which guarantees a maximum price and estimated delivery date.
STEP 3 – Builder’s development process leverages AI to tap a library of existing components and manage crowd-sourced global teams for everything that is unique.
STEP 4 – Builder delivers a custom product quickly and inexpensively, as guaranteed.
STEP 5 – The platform can host and upgrade your product to ensure ongoing functionality.
“Builder redesigns how software is created, enabling everyone with an idea in their head to get an app in their hand. We empower people to build their dreams without actually knowing how to code” said Engineer.ai Chief Wizard & Co-founder Sachin Dev Duggal. “We’re disrupting traditional software development by removing the shroud of mystery around code design, giving transparency and control to the creators – the people with ideas. This is made possible by our proprietary artificial intelligence, which can price, spec, write, and create products faster and more efficiently.”
Co-founded by serial entrepreneurs Sachin Dev Duggal and Saurabh Dhoot, the company was created with the belief that everyone should be able to build their ideas without needing to code and any idea can be made into a reality without wastage of time, money or resources.
“India has leapfrogged on the digital economy, thanks to the fast adoption of smartphones and the increasing digitization of traditional SMBs,” said Rajiv Sodhi, GM – Partner Ecosystem, Microsoft India. “Our goal is to amplify human ingenuity with intelligent technology by infusing AI in everything we do. We provide a powerful platform of AI services and tools that makes innovation by our developers and partners faster and more accessible. We are committed to advancing technology adoption in India and are excited about partnering with Engineer.ai Inc. in India to launch the Builder Platform.”