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Symph encourages people to develop apps using AI

Symph, a software development consulting firm in the Philippines, showcased its (artificial intelligence) AI applications in the hopes of encouraging more people to leverage the technology and build more applications.

Earlier this year, Symph launched a campaign called “AI 30×30” anchored on the goal of creating 30 AI-powered apps by April 30th. The campaign produced doubled its goal and built over 60 apps.

“Through our ‘Build Openly with AI’, we invite the community to try the apps and we listen to their feedback,” said Jarrhey dela Peña, COO of Symph. “Together, we are building the future we want to create.” 

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Symph debunked the emerging panic of humans losing their jobs to AI.

“We aim to utilize AI as a tool to improve working conditions, allowing innovation to prosper,” said Chelle Gray, Director of Business Development & Partnerships at Symph. “With tools such as AppGen and Prompeteer, anyone can also create an AI app without coding experience.”

Among the AI apps that Symph developed include: 

Grognak, an AI Caveman app that simplifies complex topics for better understanding. This app holds great potential for museums and tech or science-related events, making learning a fun and effortless experience for kids.

Fitplanr is an AI-powered personal trainer app that generates custom gym programs. By seamlessly integrating with gyms and fitness amenities, Fitplanr empowers both gym-goers and beginners to kickstart their workouts with confidence.

Prompeteer empowers users to create AI-powered chatbots without coding. Prompeteer offers businesses an opportunity to showcase their brand persona through an AI app, helping customers make informed purchase decisions through engaging conversations.