Jarvis+, a decentralized conversation-as-a-service platform, has released measurements of growth in one partner’s online community, progressed in WeChat service development, and announced a variety of partnerships. In June, Jarvis+ partnered with True Chain, a smart contract blockchain, to offer its Intelligent Community Platform (ICP) and grow the community through a bounty campaign.
The ICP utilizes Jarvis+’s artificial intelligence (AI), natural language processing, and knowledge graph to assist “blockchain communities, [by] greatly reducing the community’s creation, dissemination, growth, and management workloads.” While Jarvis+’s ICP aims to operate across project partner social media communities, the MVP solely runs through the Telegram app.
The TrueChain bounty campaign ran from June 4th to June 17th through the official TrueChain Telegram channel. As a result of using the ICP, Jarvis+ reports, TrueChain’s Telegram channel grew by more than 15,000 members, and their Twitter account grew by 5,000 members.
WeChat appears to be the next area of focus, as Jarvis+’s weekly updates highlight development progress on the communication platform. For example, the framework of the WeChat bot management system is now in the testing phase, as is the design of the WeChat point system.
Beyond platform research and development, Jarvis+ claims it now serves more than 300,000 users through its various partner-communities, which may increase as Jarvis+ expands its partnerships with other companies.
In July, Jarvis+ announced a partnership with KuCoin to design an “intelligent community solution” for WeChat channels. Jarvis+ aims to develop a product that will “use artificial intelligence community services to enhance customer satisfaction and value discovery.”
The German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DKFI) also partnered with Jarvis+ in July. The DFKI is Europe’s largest AI non-profit organization and has specialized in the natural language processing (NLP) field for more than 30 years. The two entities will pool their resources to perform better research in areas of intellectual overlap.
Game Farmer, a platform for blockchain-based games, was another of Jarvis+’s new partners, for which they aim to provide an “end-to-end smart community solution.” In its announcement, the team iterated “the two parties will co-operate closely in the blockchain game [space].”
Lastly, the team has most recently partnered with Nezha, which claims to offer “advanced artificial intelligence technology to support mainstream social platforms.” Through this partnership, Jarvis+ will seek to deliver a community operations management system spanning community creation, user growth, and maintenance. Examples of services include online education, games, and community forums.
Jarvis+’s most recent bi-monthly report can be found at the link below: