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### Revolutionizing American Business Growth with Autogon’s No-Code AI Platform

Autogon AI, an African artificial intelligence (AI) company, announced today the launch of its no-c…

The launch of its no-code platform by Autogon AI, an African artificial intelligence (AI) company, was announced today to aid companies in automating processes and making data-driven decisions.

Autogon’s versatile platform can be applied in various real-world scenarios such as customer behavior analysis, disease treatment, optimizing shipping routes, predicting crop yields, offering career guidance through recommender systems, and more.

The user-friendly platform offers a diverse array of tools, including predictive models, conceptual AI, and computer vision, catering to both technical and non-technical professionals.

Ebuka Obi, the CEO and founder of Autogon AI, expressed excitement about the launch, stating, “After over a year of behind-the-scenes work, we are thrilled to introduce AutoGN to empower companies in managing their operations and growth.” The inspiration for this venture stemmed from Ebuka’s decade-long experience developing digital products and witnessing the challenges many companies face in accessing tools for informed data-driven decisions.

Previously serving as the CTO and co-founder of Prembly, a prominent AI-driven identity verification firm in Africa (formerly known as IdentityPass), Obi Ebuka David leveraged his expertise to create numerous AI solutions, including AI-powered fraud detection tools that effectively combat fraud in digital institutions across Africa.

Positioning itself as the premier African AI system, Autogon aims to democratize AI access, ensuring that a broader spectrum of businesses can leverage data-driven decision-making tools.

Businesses utilizing Autogon’s AI software stand to gain in terms of time efficiency, cost-effectiveness, operational efficiency, and enabling employees to focus on critical tasks.

Autogon users can swiftly develop AI models through drag-and-drop features, enabling rapid creation of custom solutions such as habit robots or fraud detection systems in under 5 hours. Additionally, users can engage in tasks like sentiment analysis, voice cloning, text-to-speech and speech-to-text conversion, and classification, among other functionalities.

Autogon’s platform also facilitates the buying and selling of AI projects and models across more than 20 industries, further democratizing AI access.

Companies can access prebuilt, tested versions from the Autogon Marketplace, streamlining the process of creating AI models and seamlessly integrating AI into existing workflows.

Key features of Autogon’s no-code AI software include providing automated decision insights, real-time adaptation to changing business environments, and simplifying the integration of AI into operational workflows.

Notable African enterprises like Access Bank, Kuda, and The Bulb have already leveraged Autogon’s platform during its beta phase over the past three months, with plans for continuous enhancement and expansion.

Ebuka emphasized that this is just the beginning for Autogon, with a robust strategy in place to enhance platform functionalities rapidly, positioning Autogon as the leading AI system in Africa.

Autogon’s AI platform stands out for its user-friendliness and does not necessitate any coding expertise, making it accessible to a wider audience interested in leveraging AI technologies.

For more information or to sign up for a free trial, visit Autogon’s website.

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