Successful marketing depends on reaching people and cultivating relationships. Today's consumers interact with businesses across a wide range of Internet-connected devices, and every interaction generates data.
AI helps us make sense of this data:
In many businesses a lot of time is spent on processing documents and inputting or copying data. By putting AI in the right places we can automate the most laborious parts of these business processes.
A demo of the process in action
AI enables a pro-active approach to business intelligence. AI-driven decision making relies on a combination of historical data, machine learning and real-time reporting.
The ability to anticipate an employer's needs gives recruitment agents an edge. By combining many data sources it's possible to build a sophisticated picture of the employment market in order to discover the skills and roles that a business needs and the best people to fill them.
AI is everywhere. Your calendar reads your email so it can update when you book a flight or a hotel, your photos app understands what’s in your photos. We have fitness trackers that give us tailored advice and smart assistants in our homes. To make all this possible we need to bring AI to consumer devices.
AI is a very powerful weapon, in the wrong hands it can do some very negative things. We think it's important to highlight the positive things that can be achieved with AI.
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We used some open data sets to analyse school admissions. Click here to read about how we did it.
We use open source software to build our solutions. Some of the technologies we use include Go, Python, Terraform, Docker, Tensorflow, and Jupyter.
We like to contribute back to the open source community. Take a look at our Github to learn more.