Topic: Content Intelligence
Content IQ Skills Keep Getting Smarter and Easier to Use
Finding a simple technology solution to solve what could be a complex problem may not always be obvious. Case in point, the buzz around artificial intelligence (AI) and how it can be applied is showing great promise in many ways for enterprises, but often organizations struggle with knowing how best to apply AI.
How Fintech Makes Hong Kong the Gateway to Asia-Pacific
Artificial intelligence is taking the world by storm and Asia-Pacific has embraced it with a passion. The region boldly leads the charge as various tech-savvy governments heavily support this initiative and with China aiming to become the world leader in AI by 2030. Asia is also poised to overtake the USA as the biggest hub of innovation centers for AI in the near future.
The AI Summit Helps Businesses to Look Beyond AI Hype
AI is already delivering real value in business. It is being implemented across all industries and business functions creating unprecedented efficiencies in human productivity. That was also the verdict of a recent Forbes Insights survey of 300-plus executives, in which 95% believe that AI will play an important role in their responsibilities in the near-future.
How Content IQ Powers Robotic Processes
Many companies today are hesitant to adopt new technologies for fear of disrupting their existing business – sort of a “if it isn’t broke, don’t fix it” attitude. However, as new technologies change the way customers interact with companies, change becomes necessary for survival.
Content IQ for Every Level of an Organization’s Need
Enterprise organizations continue to push the boundaries in search of technologies that can understand and liberate meaning from unstructured content – documents, email communications, images, and text – given content is central to all business processes and activities.
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.
The Tension between GDPR and Blockchain
A potentially problematic challenge for industry and legislators is the apparent tension between privacy rights and the rapid adoption of blockchain-based applications which are expected to reach $10.6 billion in revenue by 2023. There is a school of thought that blockchain is antithetical to and incompatible with safeguarding privacy rights.
The End of Routine Tasks
Capture and recognition technologies are becoming all pervasive and ubiquitous as private and governmental organizations worldwide move gradually towards a paperless workplace. This progression began with optical character recognition, or OCR, which is a technology that enables you to convert scanned images of text to electronic text so that the digitized data can be stored, searched, indexed and retrieved.