We're happy to announce that Catch has been appointed as a supplier on the Government’s Digital Outcomes and Specialists framework (DOS3). This recognises our ability to offer best-in-class technical development and user experience design capabilities to commissioners in the public sector looking for digital expertise.
Digital Outcomes and Specialists has been created as a marketplace to match public sector organisations with specialist suppliers who are able to deliver digital projects using an agile approach to the design and build of digital outcomes.
Serving organisations from across the UK public sector including; central government, local government, health, education, emergency services, defence and not-for-profit organisations, the marketplace is designed for agencies like Catch who have significant experience in designing and delivering enterprise-level digital projects.
We're looking forwards to using our digital knowledge and expertise across a range of projects focussed on bringing a positive impact to society.
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If you're looking to hire us, Catch being approved by the UK Government for the supply of digital design and development services should help give you additional confidence when it comes to sending us a brief for your next project.
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Our friendly Game of Thrones Facebook Messenger chatbot was designed to help guide fans through the series and we couldn’t be more chuffed that it’s been recognised for it’s innovation and creative use of AI technology.
GoTBoT has won numerous awards and commendations including;
- Silver Award in the "Humour Category"
- "Audience Award", a real honour to get this one
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- Commendation for "Best Use of a Chatbot"
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In a world of direwolves, white walkers and dragons, there’s one thing missing: bots! Meet GoTBot, a friendly Facebook chatbot with answers to all of your Game of Thrones questions.
We created GoTBot as a Facebook Messenger chatbot in solidarity with all the secondary characters you forgot about, plus all the titles and heirs that you never knew existed. It’s for those of you who realise that, in fact, you know nothing.
Start a conversation with GoTBot in the Facebook Messenger app and ask it a question about any Game of Thrones character. For example, “Who is Varys?” will result in a photo of Varys, his title and all sorts of other juicy information about the Master of Whisperers. The “Dead or Alive” feature will come in handy when you just can’t remember if that one forgotten Tully is dead yet.
But don’t underestimate GoTBot… It knows more than you expect. Just try asking about Daenerys and Jon Snow’s (possible? probable?) relationship. Everyone’s entitled to their Game of Thrones theories...
It all started from a simple “Dead or Alive” Game of Thrones question around the studio. If only there was someone who had all the answers. Wait a minute....
GoTBot is designed as a useful tool, but it quickly grew into an entertaining digital friend. Popular Google searches related to Game of Thrones shaped GoTBot so that he answers the most pressing questions, but is also learning every day through the magic of AI.
The A.I. of natural language processing of GoTBot is handled by the Wit.ai service. We begin by teaching Wit.ai example questions and, as we feed it information, it learns to understand the users intent. When the user asks a question, Wit.ai recognises the intent of what the user is searching for then our vast GoT database gets to work and answers the user in an intelligent and useful manner as possible, with a bit of humour thrown in to keep it interesting.
Discussing the launch, Catch’s Founder and Managing Director, Jonathan Smith said:
"With 1.2 billion monthly active users on Facebook Messenger, the potential audience for chatbots is huge. We knew we wanted to create a Facebook chatbot and wanted to get our clients excited about the future of AI and how it might benefit their business. What better way to do so than creating our very own chatbot? And who doesn’t like Game of Thrones?”
To meet GoTBot - The Game of Thrones Chatbot, visit him on Facebook http://m.me/G0TB0T
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