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Each day, countless documents are created, revised, and shared across organizations. The result is a treasure trove of information, but because the data is primarily unstructured — without rows, columns or some other predefined organizational schema — it is difficult to interpret, analyze or use for business processes. That’s why we introduced Document AI: so …

Business Problem UKG Ready primarily operates in the Small and Medium Business (SMB) space, so inherently many customers are forced to operate and make key business decisions with less Workforce Management (WFM) / Human Capital Management (HCM) data. In addition to volume, SMB lacks the variety of data needed to create a dynamic and agile …

AI is at a tipping point. We are seeing the impact of AI across more and more industries and use cases. Organizations with varying levels of ML expertise are solving business-critical problems with AI — from creating compelling customer experiences, to optimizing operations, to automating routine tasks, these organizations learn to innovate faster and ultimately, …

Most commonly, data teams have worked with structured data. Unstructured data, which includes images, documents, and videos, will account for up to 80 percent of data by 2025. However, organizations currently use only a small percentage of this data to derive useful insights.One of main ways to extract value from unstructured data is by applying …

Concrete is one of the most widely used materials in the construction industry. It is present in nearly every modern structure from roads, to bridges, to buildings. Concrete comes in different types. Each type has its own specific application. These different types come from the differing compositions and ratios of elements. Each type is designed to …

Looking to learn Artificial Intelligence skills? One of these AI courses, certifications or training programs will help you gain proficiency and prepare you for a promising career in artificial intelligence and machine learning. Artificial Intelligence (AI) is the skill of the future. It has been estimated that by 2030, AI market will contribute more than …

Ultrathin, flexible computer circuits have been an engineering goal for years, but technical hurdles have prevented the degree of miniaturization necessary to achieve high performance. Now, researchers at Stanford University have invented a manufacturing technique that yields flexible, atomically thin transistors less than 100 nanometers in length – several times smaller than previously possible. The …

Artificial intelligence (Al) paychecks benefit from a scarce talent and high demand. It is as per the law of supply and demand, and currently, everything related to Al is in very high demand. The salaries of Al professionals are reaching the sky height and beyond it. It is also essential to note that one Japanese …

  About 25 percent of the U.S. population suffers from fatty liver disease, a condition that can lead to fibrosis of the liver and, eventually, liver failure. Currently there is no easy way to diagnose either fatty liver disease or liver fibrosis. However, MIT engineers have now developed a diagnostic tool, based on nuclear magnetic …

Some companies are using AI for end-to-end decision-making, but not all decisions can be made without human intervention. Here are some real-world cases. As artificial intelligence (AI) ascends in the marketplace, the burning question remains as to how far it can be trusted when it comes to the “last mile,” the final decision that follows the analytics …