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dscout + AI

Faster insights = greater impact and buy-in

dscout AI works with you (not in place of you) to break the trade-off between speed and quality.

Meeting the moment, thoughtfully

AI technology has huge implications for not just the research industry but many others. And dscout is dedicated to being your partner in both exploring how to use it in your own products and experimenting with it via our AI research tools.

A research-forward philosophy

At dscout, we practice what we preach and have dedicated teams working alongside our customers to build tools that help vs. rushing something out the door.

You’re the chef, AI is your sous chef

dscout is focused on removing the busy work, not the value work. Read more on what we’re cooking up below.

Transparent, traceable, and secure

All of our AI-generated content will be explicitly labeled and point directly to the available source material. dscout also maintains a strict zero data retention policy with third-party services (read more on our privacy standards here).

Leading innovators use dscout to conduct their AI research

“We need to be in there, ensuring AI is continuously tweaked to account for potentially negative impacts and human unpredictability. That can only be done if humans are in there, testing and tweaking AI until it works for us. Working together, we can make quicker data-driven decisions and design services that will have positive impacts for humans as well as business.”

Helen Kim
Director & Head of Experience Insights

So, what are we building?

It starts with speeding up analysis. Business demands research to move fast, and analysis takes the most time. Think of our AI as a research assistant giving you a jumping off point for your insights.


Get a quick paragraph recap of your open-ended responses.

Theme Generation

Let our AI identify the trends in responses to decide where you need to dig deeper.


Make more sense of moderated sessions with summaries of key points in the conversation.

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Interested in our AI or conducting your own AI research? Let's talk!