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5 AI Trends to Keep an Eye On in 2019

Artificial intelligence is trending high everywhere and more and more companies are joining the bandwagon. Banking on this trend, Tatiana Danielyan, ABBYY’s Deputy Director of R&D identifies 5 trends that show how artificial intelligence will help to power enterprise digital transformation journey in 2019. Trend #1. The scramble for datasets to teach algorithms for specific sectoral tasks will intensify. As AI adoption in enterprises matures, it is clear that whoever…

Extracting context from content: A brief primer on Content Intelligence

With the rise of artificial intelligence, data points are growing faster than ever before and tracking business-critical insights from available data is posing tougher challenges. The reason is simple: in the real world of business, content is king and data is merely the raw material of knowledge. While the magnitude of data generated and shared by businesses is overwhelming, merely accumulating data does a company little good.  The rise of…

Training for Intelligent Performance

As artificial intelligence (AI) weaves itself into every aspect of production and services, it is time to consider how business could leverage this technology to analyze their massive datasets and drive better business outcomes. We spoke with Dr. Ivan P. Yamshchikov, AI Evangelist at ABBYY about the opportunities and challenges of training AI systems and how they are impacting business outcomes. Q. Why is it important to train AI systems?…

Talking to Robots

There is a great scene in Star Trek IV – The Voyage Home, when Scotty, the Starship Enterprise’s Chief Engineer, having traveled back in time, tries to operate a 1980’s era computer.  The movie, made in 1986, accurately predicted the rise of Siri, Alexa and the widespread proliferation of voice-recognition technology.  But poor old Scotty, burdened with 1980’s tech, picks up the mouse, using it like a microphone, saying “Hello…

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…

Vision for Success in the Era of Artificial Intelligence

IT initiatives enabling “mobile first” and “self-service” capabilities have become mainstream, but while they have simplified the process for the end user, it has often confounded how organizations access, transmit and leverage data. Anthony Macciola, Chief Innovation Officer at ABBYY, discusses -the complexities resulting from the various methods of information maneuvers through an organization, and ABBYY’s vision for capitalizing on new opportunities. Strength through Heritage Senior-level executives and technology leaders…