Data Matters: Our thoughts and views on the state of digital data
A leading online gaming platform needed help reviewing vast amounts of chat logs line-by-line to determine if the content is appropriate for its all-ages audience.
Leading financial intelligence company requires automation to provide hourly updates on deals.
On-demand, flexible, and scalable data annotation team delivers near real-time judgments on the accuracy of the model’s predictions. Annotators must distinguish key features and vote on whether they match the model generated recommendation. Each photo is initially voted on by two annotators…
Computer Vision (CV) is a field of research and industry focused on enabling computers to see. By combining machine learning and computation, machines are able to build visual systems that allow them to identify, contextualize, and understand the visual world the way humans do. Learn More >>
Innodata: What is the impact of technology on Insurance? Meg: In the age of Amazon, taking more than two days to do anything is unacceptable. This includes acquiring a new policy, placing a claim, or receiving a settlement check. Traditional Insurance institutions must leverage technology to operate at high speeds with personalized service. The
Innodata’s Chief Product & Marketing Officer Rahul Singhal will present at the AI in Finance Virtual Summit. Stay tuned for updates and be sure to join us on September 17th and 18th. Additional details can be found here: The event is RE•WORK’S LARGEST VIRTUAL SUMMIT!• Presentations from world-leading experts on the latest researchadvancements and real-world
Monitoring Government & State Regulations for Businesses Managing Ever-Evolving Mandates Local businesses and organizations are finding the the ever-evolving changes to government and state regulations overwhelming and hard to stay ahead of. While governmental agencies are issuing rules and regulations almost daily to keep up with the changing Covid-19 situation, and rightly so, the pace
Our nation’s small businesses are facing an unprecedented economic disruption due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. On Friday, March 27, 2020, the President signed into law the CARES Act, which contains $376 billion in relief for American workers and small businesses. The Challenge to Lenders: Since the CARES Act was signed, banks, credit unions and