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Month: May 2018

Software robots: The employees that never sleep

Intelligent technologies broaden every sphere of business opportunities, including the office work. The never-tiring digital employees – software robots – are entering into marketing, sales, accounting and HR. One reason for this is that the cost of human labor is rising in both developed and developing countries. Meanwhile, the human workers go on vacation, sometimes get sick, and they make an average of 10 errors while performing 100 monotonous actions,…

A toolkit for digital transformation

Keeping up to date with technology is essential for any organization that anticipates long-term stability and growth. Whether the core activity is software development or not, technological advancement is transforming the way we do what we think we do best. For companies in the document processing business, the best practice today is to know the extent of their customer’s technological expertise and stay on pace with them. The mobile lifestyles…

AI Education takes center stage at O’Reilly New York Conference

As Artificial Intelligence (AI) adoption gathers pace, few businesspeople seem to really understand what it is or how companies can use it. This is why organizations that use AI to innovate and compete needs a solid understanding of the latest breakthroughs and best practices in AI for business. Luckily, some world-famous Artificial Intelligence (AI) conferences are taking up the challenge. At a recently held O’Reilly Technology Conferences in New York,…

Robots, Jobs and Text Analytics

One of the most popular discussions around digital transformation is how deployment of robots will affect the workplace. While the effect of robotization on individual jobs remains a sensitive issue, benefits to businesses are already clear. No wonder investors have already injected $4 billion into 4,000 AI vendors that want to concentrate on RPA. Furthermore, Forrester estimates the RPA and AI market to escalate to $50 billion in 2020 from…

How Machine Learning masters unstructured information

Ever wondered how machines learn to teach themselves to recognize objects, text, spoken words and more? Everywhere, everyone feels overwhelmed by the torrent of information. Yet the vast majority of data people have access to is unstructured, i.e. written in natural language. The main tool for providing companies with reliable access to relevant information is through automatic text classification for organizing and prioritizing unstructured data. Thanks to linguistic and semantic…