This article explores the key market drivers behind AI-led innovation in the food processing industry. We discuss the industry’s changing landscape, including changes to consumer demographics, preferences, and more.
“Cultural Readiness”: How to Overcome Stagnation and Bring Skeptics On Board for Digital Transformation in the Legal Industry
Wondering how your law firm can generate cultural readiness for digital transformation? We discuss how to determine your firm’s current level of cultural readiness, overcome innovation stagnation, and convince skeptics to get on board.
The second installment in our series covering AI-led digital transformation for law firms, this article explores our research-based “do”s and “don’t”s for crafting a digital transformation strategy in the legal space.
Over the next several weeks, we will publish a blog series expanding on the topics covered in this brief, addressing hopes, fears, and goals highlighted by our interviewees. This article starts us off with an exploration of the market drivers behind digital transformation.
In this article, we review many of the variables and problems to consider with U.S. vaccine rollout, and propose several AI solutions that could make an immediate and necessary impact.
This article explores some of the biggest goals construction leaders hope to achieve and the pain points that keep them up at night. Finally, we also discuss the existing AI solutions that can help them address these challenges.
The prevalence of repetitive and data-heavy tasks within the LT industry makes it well-suited for AI adoption. This article covers how AI will help craft a better future not only for LTSPs but for everyone else, too.
In 2020, Synaptiq wielded AI and data science to advance inspiring ventures from accessible banking in Mexico to life-saving technology n the healthcare industry. This article will explore our most impactful projects of 2020—and our predictions for how AI will evolve in 2021.
Artificial Intelligence Solutions for the Construction Industry: Enhancing Safety, Security, and Productivity in a COVID-19 World
Like many industries, construction has had to adapt to a new reality in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. AI technology can help construction companies maintain safety, security, and productivity during and beyond this new challenge.
Manufacturers must put out a high volume of products in a short time-frame, creating a challenge: How can companies ensure product quality in a time and cost-effective manner? The answer is machine vision, tailored specifically for product quality assurance.