94. Jiva.ai Jiva.ai makes creation, validation and deployment of AI simple and accessible through a no-code interface. Richard Parris January 3, 2023 3 min read About us Startups was founded over 20 years ago by a multi-time entrepreneur. Today, our expert team of writers, researchers, and editors work to provide our 4 million readers with useful tips and information, as well as running award-winning campaigns. Founders: Dr Manish Patel, Chetan Kaher, and Sarah D'SouzaFounded: 2019Website: jiva.aiWe all know on some level that AI is the future. But building an effective AI is often complex and expensive – which can make it feel inaccessible to businesses without the budget to hire or contract dedicated teams of expert developers.Jiva.ai seeks to change all of that. Its AI builder platform offers a scalable solution for companies of all sizes. Similar to website builders such as Wix or Squarespace, which help users create their own professional-looking website, the Welsh startup enables a business or research department to create their own AI function thanks to its approachable tools.By working through Jiva.ai’s platform, businesses and research teams can save vast amounts of time and money, and get to the exciting part of actually deploying their design. By working through Jiva.ai’s platform, businesses and research teams can save vast amounts of time and money “Imagine squeezing months of development into weeks or even days – that is the scale-up that Jiva can provide,” says co-founder Dr Manish Patel. “Jiva is doing to AI what Microsoft Office did to paperwork.”Of course, more experienced users will want to go beyond the “no-code” approach and fine tune the code setup for their AI deployment. Jiva.ai allows for code-level interaction, too, so it can have equal appeal for highly technical users.The platform has already found a major footing by offering solutions to the medical research industry. Its regulated medical AI tools have established significant partnerships with GE Healthcare, Roche Diagnostics, plus an array of NHS and academic institutions in the UK and globally. Jiva.ai allows for code-level interaction, too, so it can have equal appeal for highly technical users. The founders are working hard at making their platform even more accessible. “The five-year vision is that Jiva becomes so easy to use that one only needs to describe in natural language what they want to create, and the system takes them through the process of creating that solution for them,” enthuses Manish. “We want to see this result in a step change in the way businesses engage with AI solutions.”By effectively democratising access to AI creation, Jiva.ai has found a compelling gap in the market. We believe it’s an exciting brand to watch, with an intriguing future ahead if it can pull off its ambitious plans. 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