Building in an AI world: How user-led organizations will win
Time-to-right has always been what mattered. The way to do that used to be through iterative development from an MVP. Then it was design thinking.
Now it's AI-assisted research.
Jonathan Widawski | Co-Founder and CEO | Maze
Let AI identify bias, illegibility, or grammatical errors in open and closed questions, and provide newly-phrased questions as suggestions. Just like that.
Go beyond surface-level insights. Trigger contextual, follow-up questions that delve deeper into each participant’s unique responses, so you don’t just identify what’s wrong—but why.
Automate naming of mazes with contextual suggestions powered by AI, and let everyone know what the study is about.
Preview how an AI-powered block in Maze will work so you can quickly launch it and start collecting insights.
Let AI take care of sentiment analysis of participant responses, assigning positive, neutral, negative tags.
Extract the key messages from the AI’s questions and participants’ answers.