What is AI?
Artificial intelligence (AI) is the concept of compute engines showing cognitive abilities often associated with beings of intelligence. This is, the ability for reason, learning and self-correction and is often translated through tasks that require human participation, such as visual interpretation, language processing, decision making and predictive behaviour.
Our AI offering
From supervised learning to unsupervised and reinforcement learning, we help you leverage your data with algorithms. Let ML automatically learn, recognise patterns and make recommendations and decisions with minimal to no human intervention. The more data it processes, the better it gets at decisions and predictions.
Reducing employees’ time spent on reviewing large amounts of documents is a goal that most organisations have. NLP technology does text classification from documents, resumes or emails and voice analysis from call centres. Alternatively, improve customer and staff engagement with chat bots.
An increasing number of organisations invests in computer vision technology to accurately identify and classify objects in photos and videos. By letting machines do the object detections and image classifications, your employees can perform more satisfying and higher value jobs.
Go beyond looking in the past with descriptive and diagnostic analytics. We have data scientists in-house to help you unlock the power of predictive analytics. Your organisation can effectively forecast demand and inventory as well as put a plan together for resources and potential anomalies or failures.
Collect data from sensors and share it via the Internet to get real-time insights that you can act on immediately. IoT helps companies understand customer needs to sell a product or offer a service at the right time and place, as well as improve their operations and maintenance schedules when combined with big data analytics.
Your organisation can increase safety and productivity rates at a faster speed by having robots in the workplace. Employees no longer have to perform labour-intensive, dangerous tasks that usually affect them physically and psychologically.