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ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE PRODUCTS

Leverage our innovative artificial intelligence, computer vision and machine learning products. Accelerate your business with the power of data and applied intelligence.

Transform your business with our AI products

Use our prebuilt AI applications to automate your business process and decisions, and optimize your team’s time. Our uniquely designed AI systems can be trained on the data specific to your industry and deliver fast, accurate information across any channel at the scale you and your customers require.

Machine Learning

Machine learning is a method of data analysis that automates analytical model building. It is a branch of artificial intelligence based on the idea that systems can learn from data, identify patterns and make decisions with minimal human intervention.

Neural Network

A neural network is a series of algorithms that endeavors to recognize underlying relationships in a set of data through a process that mimics the way the human brain operates. In this sense, neural networks refer to systems of neurons, either organic or artificial in nature.

Artificial Intelligence

Artificial intelligence (AI) is the kind of human intelligence in machines that are programmed to think like humans and mimic their actions. The term may also be applied to any machine that exhibits traits associated with a human mind such as learning and problem-solving.

SDAS Plus (Social Distancing Alert System System)

Intelligently detect and alert people not adhering to the social distancing norms. Automate detection of people without masks with our Smart Face Mask Detection System. Record attendance through face detection by using our Contactless Attendance Solution.

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AI Use Cases

Personal Assistants

AI-powered personal assistants like Amazon Echo, Google Home and Apple HomePod are examples of virtual assistants that can perform basic tasks, but will become increasingly smarter over the years to come, getting better and better at handling most of our daily activities.

Market research

Several AI-based applications can perform comprehensive research for businesses, completing tasks such as comparing their competitors and producing detailed reports. In the future, these types of tools will use companies’ internal data to provide surprisingly accurate predictions regarding the potential success of new products or services.

Sales

AI can be used to improve every step of the sales process—from generating leads, to categorizing them, to offering personalized marketing messages for them. All the major providers of CRM software are already integrating AI features into their tools, such as predicting customer needs and analyzing their buying processes on a granular level.

Digital marketing

Virtually every digital marketing activity can be done better with the correct use of artificial intelligence. Content generation, which can be created in written, audio or video form by AI tools. It is impactful because of the huge amounts of time and resources it can save for companies.

Email marketing

Many large email service providers are already working tediously to incorporate artificial intelligence functions into their products. In order for AI to work it needs data. In the case of email marketing, most companies already have a lot of valuable data that could be used, which makes AI and email marketing a natural fit.

Leadership teams

As the business world and society become more complex, AI tools that analyze huge amounts of data become crucial, as they can assist leaders in making better decisions based on data and evidence.

Customer service

From the customer’s point of view, customer service is getting better and better, as it is becoming increasingly automated and powered by AI-based chatbots.

Accounting

The financial sector is one of the first industries that is being completely disrupted by artificial intelligence and robotic software like robotic process automation. Since most of the work accountants do on a daily basis is repetitive and rule-based, most of it can and will be automated by AI.

Human resources

One of the areas in which the application of AI and robots has been most criticized lately is human resources and hiring. Although the use of different AI technologies can save time and resources in the hiring process, critics argue that many of them are biased and unethical.

Law and legal teams

As with accounting, many of the activities conducted by lawyers are repetitive and rule-based. A demonstration AI’s astonishing ability to outperform a human legal team. Time limit: 4 hours, Task: Identify legal issues in non-disclosure agreements (NDAs).

Accuracy rate:

  • Human team: 85% in 92 min.

  • AI: 95% in 62 Sec.

Robotic process automation (RPA)

The basic idea of RPA is to identify repetitive and high volume tasks. One example of this could be processing orders. 

Travel Industry

AI-enabled virtual assistants and chatbots that help tourists before, during and after their trips will be commonplace within a few years. Several airports, trade fairs and museums are already testing check-in through facial recognition, which will greatly shorten lines and allow for the faster movement of people.