Food for Thought: How does the AI Konfuzio supersede humans in document understanding?

Food for Thought ft. AI-Startup Konfuzio

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In our upcoming Food for Thought live session, we’re excited to welcome Christopher Helm, CEO & Co-Founder of Konfuzio, a Germany-based provider of self-learning SaaS software to digitize the paperwork in enterprises.

The right information in the right place. Manual typing of important data is a thing of the past. Konfuzio is the distribution center for unstructured data and delivers the right information, structured and categorized, where your employees need it for smart processes. Important information often exists only in an unstructured form – hidden in emails, documents or handwritten texts – and thus remains unused. In order to make this data usable, manual transfers determine the processes and workflows of companies, no matter what size – and this puts pressure on company performance. Konfuzio changes that. Show your employees and customers an easier way to process unstructured data. Use Artificial Intelligence to streamline processes, eliminate complexity and free up capacity.

In our Food for Thought webinar, we will discuss how Konfuzio can streamline processes within the insurance industry.

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Food for Thought: AI-Powered Brian Rocks Consulting. What About Insurance?

Food for thought: AskBrian

Stay up-to-date with the latest InsurTech trends, hear valuable insights from industry trailblazers, and discover up-and-coming startups in our brand-new webinar series!

In our first session of 2021, we’re excited to welcome Pavol Sikula, Founder & CEO of AskBrian, a Germany-based provider of an AI-powered digital assistant for business professionals.

AskBrian has built a “Siri” for business professionals, which not only answers questions but also performs recurring tasks, including translating documents from/to 100 languages, converting files, providing graphics for presentation slides, and conducting multiple research tasks. The assistant, called Brian, currently has 24 distinct skills designed especially to meet the needs of consultants. In November 2020 alone, Brian served users from 120 companies.

In our Food for Thought webinar, we will discuss Brian’s relevance to the insurance industry, with a deep dive into claims management.

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