AI projects require a different approach than traditional IT projects in order to succeed. This article covers the 5 main differences between AI and traditional IT projects that would help you adopt the right approach towards clients. First and foremost, specification is completely reversed. What this means is that instead of defining rules, you give the result as an input that will train the AI. This, in turn, means that you have to know the data you are working with. AI projects need to be conducted predictively, with a project design that supports predictive project development.
This article is dedicated to everyone who is skeptical that Artificial intelligence will become a thing of the present. It is written by Dimitris Panagio, Seavus Stockholm CEO, and it covers the main areas where AI could be implemented and the ways in which it will advance existing business models. This whole new level of efficiency will open up completely new opportunities to be active in. Read how AI may become your strategic tool for balancing efficiency, legal requirements, profitability and innovation. Thus, employees can perform significantly more complex tasks and perform larger volumes of work than ever before.
On November 30, Seavus organized an evening after-work seminar dedicated to DoAI: their Artificial Intelligence solution. AI is a reoccurring topic on the leadership group’s agenda as companies try to keep pace with technology developments that help them stand out against competition.
Artificial Intelligence utterly disrupted the business model. All of a sudden, weekly processes could be streamlined by at least 40,000% and productivity sky-rockets! We are here to discuss DoAI, Seavus’ AI solution that revolutionized business processes. Seavus Stockholm CEO, Dimitris Panagio, is astonished by the fact that companies have so little knowledge and interest in AI when, in fact, it might place them way ahead their competition. This article deals with the ways DoAI can be used to enhance company’s productivity, save time and human resources, and let employees focus on more significant and sensitive tasks.