Rob Bott is the personification of the AI system built into codeit
Let me introduce you to one of codeit’s unsung heroes. He’s been with us from the very start, works tirelessly and is very modest about the great work he does.
His official serial number is X7R9Q2M4, but since that’s a bit of a mouthful, he’s known affectionately to his friends as “Rob Bott”.
Rob is the personification of the AI system built into codeit. His job is to learn from us humans, and as he learns, help us out. He helps by autocoding verbatims based on his knowledge of the world, and the examples he sees as people code data in codeit. He’s very well-behaved and won't apply any codes that he’s not sure about, so he’s more C-3PO than Skynet.
When you sign up for a codeit account, you’ll see that Rob is automatically added as part of your team – ready and waiting to get to work whenever you need him.
As a fully-fledged team member, it’s easy to keep track of what he’s up to. The tools within codeit make it crystal clear who applied each code and how much work each person has done – whether they’re human or robot!
Now that you’ve been introduced, we thought it might be interesting to investigate how much work Rob has done over the years compared to his human friends.
Rob has saved our clients around $3 million in the past year alone
We did some number crunching and counted the verbatims coded by Rob and those coded by real people. We were pleased to see Rob is no slouch!
Over the last year, Rob has coded nearly 50% of all verbatims in total. That’s impressive for one little robot to do all on his own. Our human coders have been incredibly busy too, coding the remaining 50% of verbatims during the same period.
What does this mean in terms of cost savings for our users? Should Rob be asking for a raise?
We did some rough calculations, and it looks like he’s saved our clients around $3 million in the past year alone. Rob’s lightning-fast autocoding also makes a big impact on turnaround time. If Rob can give human coders a head start then projects can be completed with a much shorter lead time.
So, Rob probably is entitled to a raise, or at least an oil change.
These stats and cost savings are very impressive, but of course, it’s not just about time and money saved. Ultimately, the quality of the final analysis is the most important factor. By working in partnership with Rob, human coders can delegate some of the effort to him without losing control. Rob will follow your example, and only act if he’s confident he’s correct. This means he takes on some of the burden, leaving you free to add value by focusing more on nuanced verbatims that do require human thought and judgement.
If you’d like to see for yourself how Rob can help you code your verbatim data faster and at less cost, try codeit for free. Be sure to give Rob a High Five on the way in!
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