Olatunbosun Amao, a Nigerian content producer and scriptwriter, has released LexiGenius, an AI-powered writing software, in the midst of this digital landscape and the apparent lack of chances for local AI growth in Africa.
The AI-powered writing tool has a variety of features that have been meticulously designed to assist knowledgeable writers, students, researchers, and professionals. According to Amao, the software has the potential to considerably benefit Nigeria’s digital sector by improving content production, increasing efficiency, improving education, and stimulating innovation.
He believes it has the potential to position the country as a competitive competitor in the global tech arena, attracting investments and fostering economic growth while cultivating a trained workforce.
LexiGenius, according to Amao, integrates a number of critical components in its AI technology to provide subscribers with a user-friendly experience. Several user templates, machine learning algorithms, adaptive suggestions, a user-friendly interface, and customization options are all required.
“The platform supports multiple languages and aims to provide a user-friendly experience by integrating AI technology seamlessly into the writing process. LexiGenius helps content creators, bloggers, novelists, journalists, and other creative writers who rely on written content for their work.
“It can be a useful tool for students at all levels, from high school to university, to help them develop their writing skills, write well-structured essays, and improve their academic achievement. Business professionals that need to draft reports, emails, proposals, and other business-related documents can use it to ensure clear and professional communication.”
During the last three years, artificial intelligence (AI) has undergone an unprecedented symphony of growth and attention. Despite the fact that technology has been in some form for many years, its revolutionary potential to reinvent work and human growth is now being felt tangibly all over the world.
AI’s dominance in a variety of areas, including banking and data analysis, programming, and other artistic fields, indicates how it has progressed from a budding concept to a genuine power in the technical landscape of our planet.
Generative artificial intelligence is becoming more prevalent. ChatGPT, Bard from Google, and Chat from Bing are already pushing the boundaries of what AI can do. LexiGenius, perhaps, will change the AI innovation narrative in Africa.
Amao went on to say that journalists, authors, writers, copywriters, professors, and other professionals can utilize LexiGenius efficiently if they embrace AI as a collaborative tool, invest in learning and adaptation, keep human creativity and judgment, maintain privacy, and maintain security.