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Elody is a Chatbot that can solve software problems
Elody is built from software contributed by volunteers, similar to Wikipedia. She gets smarter the more developers contribute.
Elody can solve any kind of software problem, so long as at least one developer uploaded a program to solve it.
Initially, we want to focus on Data Science: Elody will learn to provide data analysis on demand, for free.
To learn how Elody can help you solve your problems, check the left half below.
If you are a developer, check the right half to learn how Elody works and how you can benefit from contributing.
Solve complex software problems
quickly and easily
No technical knowledge needed
This video shows how easy it is!
Make sure your programs get used
by anyone who needs them
Get feedback and earn money
This video explains how!
What is Elody?
Elody is a collaborative AI built through crowdsourcing.
It is a collective intelligence built from many individual contributions.
Elody is a chatbot that can solve software problems.
Elody works even for informal problem descriptions and takes care of everything:
Search, execution and presentation are all automated, no download or installation is required.
(Note: This website is currently in a Beta testing phase. Not many programs are available yet and we can't guarantee that everything works properly just yet.)
Elody is a Gestalt AI, an Artificial Intelligence composed of many individual parts.
Elody is based on the contributions of the Legion of Devs, or LOD for short.
Upload your programs and Elody will make sure that they get used whenever they are needed.
How does it work?
No matter your problem, someone in the world probably already wrote a program to solve it.
Elody finds this program for you and runs it automatically.
When necessary, Elody can combine multiple programs from different developers.
Developers upload and integrate their programs into Elody using formal rules.
When users pose Elody a problem, she picks the appropriate programs to execute based on these rules.
Users and developers can rate programs and rules, which Elody uses to fine-tune her decisions.
Why should you use Elody to solve your problems?
Why should you contribute to the Legion of Devs?