We are living the early days of intelligent automation (IA). The last early days, as things are about to change.
Great news for Moonoia and docBrain, its revolutionary deep neural network-based technology for handwriting recognition and classification of documents.
On November 23rd, Document Manager magazine organized the 11th edition of Document Manager Awards, one of the biggest social events in the Information Management industry, showcasing and rewarding the best products, companies and projects in the sector.
Our success project - "Processing Medical Claims with Artificial Intelligence" - was a finalist in the Public projects category and we are delighted and proud that the jury awarded us the prize for the Project of the Year.
About the project:
Moonoia extracts physicians' handwriting from millions of medical claim forms with unprecedented accuracy, enhancing the operational efficiency of Partena Group, one of Belgium's largest health insurance funds, thus ensuring faster reimbursement and better customer service for millions of citizens.
Hardly a day passes without an industry leader or political figure making a prediction about the impact of artificial intelligence and intelligent automation - in the workplace, at school and at home. Just this week at Dreamforce - the annual Salesforce Conference - CEO Mark Benioff spoke with CNN about his concern that technologies such as machine learning have potentially contributed to inequality in the workforce and a divided world.
London, November 23rd 2017 -- The 11th edition of Document Manager Awards is just around the corner. Organized by Document Manager magazine*, it is the biggest social event in the Information Management industry, showcasing and rewarding the best products, companies and projects.
Moonoia is a finalist in the projects category and we couldn't be any happier that "Processing Medical Claim Forms with Artificial Intelligence" is gaining visibility and recognition overseas as it got here in Belgium. Our collaboration with Partena Group, one of Belgium's largest health insurance funds, has resulted not only in significant cost reductions, but in unprecedented data accuracy, speed and process intelligence, not to mention in a steady growth in customer satisfaction.
We are looking forward to meeting some of the most innovative companies in the BPO and IM sectors.
*Document Manager magazine is the UK's only publication covering Document Management, Records and Content management, Scanning and Capture.
This October I attended, on behalf of Moonoia, the AIIM Executive Leadership Council (ECL) in London, and I thought I should share some insights from this meeting. Mostly because I was happy to discover that these findings fully support the mission of our organization: accelerating document process automation through cognitive capture.
Exciting times ahead!
One of Moonoia's top projects has been shortlisted for the "Digital Project of the Year 2017" competition organized by Data News, Belgium's reference magazine for the ICT industry. Together with the "CIO of the Year", the winning project will be announced during the award ceremony which will take place in Brussels on October 25th. Fingers crossed!
With the next AIIM Executive Leadership Council meeting happening in London this week, I thought it would be a good moment to look at what defines the new age of intelligent information management. As a member of AIIM ELC, Moonoia attended the previous ELC summit where we had a lively discussion about the opportunities - and potential risks - of AI. We were of course happy with the findings:
Artificial intelligence, if among today’s most misunderstood terms, will ultimately become the primary driver for the next wave of innovation - in Information Management and beyond.
IMAGE PROCESSING is one of the main areas where Artificial Intelligence is being used today, and Moonoia does exactly that. But there are other sectors currently employing AI and they are definitely worth keeping an eye on.
AI allows you to transform how you market, sell, produce or support products or services. Any repetitive tasks can be automated, but the transformation will come from how this impacts the way you engage and support customers and staff. Many readers are probably aware of how robots and AI can automate manufacturing, and I will in this post therefore put focus on some of the less obvious use cases for AI which exist within most organizations.
The ideal candidate:
There is a growing discussion about the natural resistance towards Artificial Intelligence (AI) and automation (such as robots on an assembly line). Will it take away jobs? Will it become self-aware and realize that humans stand in its way (think Skynet in the Terminator movies…)?