Arlanis Reply strives to simplify its customers' workflows by deploying Salesforce's Einstein AI solution. Further developments of the solution currently focus on Natural Language Processing and Visual Question Answering.
Wiltshire Council is utilising Microsoft virtual assistants to handle repetitive checks on payroll, allowing staff to learn new skills in a more efficient system.
UK company Visulytix is utilising Microsoft Azure and Artificial Intelligence (AI) to supply solutions for eye-care experts so they can identify disease sooner.
“In less than a year, METRON, a key player in energy intelligence, has raised more than €20 Million to support international growth and the development of its AI-driven digital solutions for industries”
TD Reply, the company specializing in marketing and innovation consulting within the Reply Group, developed China Beats, a business intelligence solution that enables companies to gain an in-depth understanding of the Chinese market and its players. This is ensured by AI-supported social listening with connection to all major Chinese e-commerce, social media and search platforms such as Alibaba, Baidu, WeChat and Weibo.
Cluster Reply is exhibiting at the AI4U at the Microsoft booth (booth no. 67). The event takes place from 24 to 26 June 2019 parallel to TDWI at the MOC Munich.
Data Reply attended the festival of AI and emerging technology at CogX London 2019 where over 500 industry, government and academic experts cover AI's most important topic areas.
Birmingham City University (BCU) is working on technology that allows people to code using their voice and eyes with an aim to get more workers with disabilities into the technology sector.
Laife Reply, the Reply group company specializing in advanced solutions and advice for healthcare, takes part in HIMSS Europe 2019.
Aktive Reply and OpenText are organizing an event focused on
Artificial Intelligence, and its use in the Document Management environment. During the event we’ll see which role AI,
Machine Learning and
Natural Language Processing can play in the near future of development in enterprise companies.
One of the foremost technology experts for health at Microsoft briefed the UK Health secretary on the positive impact Artificial Intelligence (AI) could have for healthcare.
Filippo Rizzante, chief technology officer at Reply discusses how artificial intelligence is the game-changer of our time. Its impact will revolutionise work, life and play; it will affect everything from medical practices to buying onions. By combining sensors, internet of things platforms and AI-controlled analysis tools, companies will be able to utilise equipment more efficiently.
Machine. Human. Love. This is the motto of the FOX KI Summit 2019 that takes place in Cologne on 16 May 2019. Visit the event and meet Cluster Reply.
In the latest version of Microsoft Visual Studio, developers are afforded the tools to create programs and applications quicker and code with colleagues in real-time.
ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE FOR ENTERPRISES
On the 12th of April,
Reply will take part in the
AI Forum which is an event dedicated to technological evolution guided by Artificial Intelligence.
Reply takes part in the Arch Summit event, the premier event for connecting tech startups with corporate decision-makers, which will be held in Luxembourg on 3-4 April.
Reply’s study, conducted with the trend platform SONAR, examines trend-setting concepts for interfaces between humans and computers – Human-Machine Interfaces – which are now becoming real possibilities for communication between humans and machines.
Both Microsoft and Google are committed to the use of artificial intelligence (AI) to improve how their applications work. However, these tech companies are also acutely aware that bad AI could potentially damage their brands.
Syskoplan Reply is the Reply group company, focused on consulting services and implementation of solutions based on SAP technology. This year they will be present at the SAP Executive Summit 2019.
Artificial intelligence enable machines to better understand the surrounding context, giving them the ability to recognise sight, sound and speech. This is made possible by machine learning algorithms. A current study by Reply, conducted with the trend platform SONAR, shows which trends are still relevant in this area.
A new year offers a good time to ponder on future trends over the next 12 months. One trend many IT experts agree on for 2019 is greater use of artificial intelligence (AI) in content management.
Investment in IT infrastructure is at an all-time high with organisations driving to achieve faster delivery, improved quality and lower cost. With unprecedented access to information / data, our automation applications exploit the benefits of AI and machine learning to improve decision making.
At the September Ignite event in Orlando, Florida, Microsoft made several announcements regarding what it soon intends to bring to its industry standard Office 365 productivity suite.