The world has latched onto this idea that intelligent document processing is combining so-called “A.I.” with what really amounts to the benefits of old-school document capture.
Software companies have latched onto this idea that intelligent document processing is combining so-called “A.I.” with what really amounts to the benefits of old-school document capture.
Better capture is important but it’s missing the point.
To choose the best document management software, you must balance changes brought by recent technology advances and modern cloud architectures with your business needs.
There’s no one-size-fits-all solution. But the good news is your expectations will be met in one of many modern document management systems. And there are many to choose from.
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In the early days of document management, customers were impressed by high-speed…
Looking at the results of a recent blood test got me to thinking about the difficulty of extracting data from PDFs.
Ahead of an upcoming annual health checkup, I completed a blood test. Eager to see the results, I downloaded the test data as a PDF document from the new fancy web portal my provider offers. And wouldn’t you know — it was not easy to read.
As a data professional, I know good labeled data when I see it, and this sure wasn’t it.
There seems to be a misconception in the marketplace. People think that a low code / no code platform means the technology is easy to master.
Or some think that low / no code means low or no training and that’s just not the case. Take in case certain RPA vendors who have nearly a hundred training classes. Why so many?
Intelligent document processing (IDP) is often confused with optical character recognition (OCR) because they both aim to achieve the same general goal: machine reading.
IDP is different than OCR because it is a software platform that combines multiple tools and technologies to process data. OCR is a single tool that converts pixels to characters and has minimal effectiveness on its own.
Today’s world is a sea of information. What’s the relationship between the way humans navigate it all and the way we build A.I. to do the same thing?
This article explores the way human decisions shape knowledge and beliefs, and why we believe things that aren’t true.
If we learn how human beliefs are formed, it is that understanding that must be used to build better, and more ethical A.I. Otherwise, we risk building in dangerous bias from the get-go.
How does AI learn? It’s a question often asked but rarely is the truth revealed. AI is just not as smart as we’d like for it to be.
But let’s not confuse smart with powerful. Or, power with compute. At the end of the day, all we really want is for technology to do difficult things quickly and with very little human effort. We also want these things done accurately.
I’ve often wondered why we haven’t gone back to the moon. After a little research into the topic, I immediately saw similarities with automated intelligence projects.
But first, the moon.
It was July of 1969, when one of the most historic events in human history took place — humans walked on the moon.
No matter where you’re at on your automation journey, at some point difficult data throws a wrench in the gears. Even very large automation projects with seemingly straight-forward requirements are halted with just a single pesky data source that seems untouchable.
The good news is that no data is out of reach, and if you are looking into intelligent document processing, this buyer’s guide will provide the resources you need to make the best decision possible.
This guide will include pricing as examples to help you ballpark pricing expectations.
Disclaimer: Before I answer the question “What is intelligent document processing,”…
As humans, we love the tales of humanity’s triumphs over the machine because they reveal our need to deal with the fear of being replaced.
When new technology comes out that threatens my, or your job security, it’s only natural to detest the machine and prove it’s not more capable, or to find it’s weakness and sucker-punch it (imagine AI writing my articles…no thank you!).
But, this is all wrong… Seeing artificial intelligence as a threat is a gut response that limits our ability to thrive and conquer in whatever era we live in.