Topic: Intelligent Capture
Putting Automated Document Processing Into Action
As Artificial Intelligence continues to shape and accelerate the way we handle information and process data, it is also helping innovation-focused companies to use new AI-infused capabilities to improve business outcomes. One example is the Tel Aviv-based Kryon Systems, a global provider of intelligent Robotic Process Automation (RPA) solution.
From Fantasy to Reality: Common Misconceptions about AI Explained
Artificial intelligence (AI) has loomed over our future since John McCarthy first coined the term in 1955. Even today, AI continues to promise ushering in huge social and economic upheavals, profound and far-reaching in its effects as those of the first industrial revolution. As AI becomes a real and growing part of our lives, we are hearing progressively more myths and realities of its real life applications.
ABBYY launches AI-powered real-time recognition SDK that speaks 63 languages
Computer vision has evolved quickly in the past few years. From Word Lens to Google Goggles, the ability to recognize text and objects speedily on any device is a far cry from the days of scanning documents and time-consuming OCR. Document and content capture company ABBYY today announced the release of its new Real-Time Recognition SDK (RTR SDK), which promises to take text capture to a new level.
ABBYY Technology Summit 2017 Ignites Momentum for #OneABBYY
Under warm blue skies on the waterfront of the San Diego Marina, ABBYY held its fifth annual ABBYY Technology Summit. We welcomed a record 250 customers, partners and employees from more than a dozen countries eager to learn about the latest innovations in ABBYY capture software with the uses machine learning, AI, text analytics and robotic process automation (RPA).
Towards intelligent intermodal transportation services
ABBYY recently had a great opportunity to connect with the beneficial cargo owners (BCOs) at this year's Intermodal Association of North America (IANA) Expo in Long Beach, California. IANA is North America’s leading industry trade association representing the combined interests of the intermodal freight industry. Their key objective is to promote the growth of efficient intermodal freight transportation through education, dialogue and innovation.
The changing perception of AI
There is no shortage of AI conferences nowadays and it is always interesting what the real business people take home. To get valuable insights into this, we asked three of our top specialists - Butch Reh, Vice President Sales North America, David Bayer, VP Text Analytics, and Olga Frumkina, Marketing Director ABBYY Russia - to share their impressions. All the three were present at the recently concluded AI Summit in San Francisco.
Initiating smart transportation
As digital experiences and trends go mainstream, transportation and logistics companies will need to invest or deepen their investment in relevant technology areas. However, many 3PL vendors continue to deal with manual data entry while everything else in their lives has gone digital.
Solving digital transformation challenges at ABBYY Technology Summit 2017
The 5th Annual ABBYY Technology Summit kicks off at the Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina from 25th-27th October . Participants will have the opportunity to meet one-on-one with the engineers behind ABBYY industry leading technologies, network with powerful business leaders, and get hands-on experiences with optional training with the ABBYY technologies and solutions they need to solve their Digital Transformation challenges in 2017 and beyond.
Innovation vs. commoditization: understanding millennials in banking & financial services
My generation of 2.5 billion millennials around the world will soon have the collective capacity to generate $1.4 trillion of purchasing power by 2025. There are 92 million millennials in America today, the biggest generation in US history, even more than the Baby Boomers. It’s obvious why banks and financial service institutions are keeping a sharp eye on the millennial demographic.
Understanding the intrinsic value of documents
We have all done it. Spent ages looking for that one document, with the name of that guy from the company with a funny name. Was it an email, a PowerPoint presentation or a PDF? Why do we search for documents in the first place? Usually it is to discover what information resides inside the document. But if we already have the document, shouldn’t we already know what it contains?