AI and machine learning can be used to simulate processes and gain new insights into them. The new method of information acquisition and distribution resulting from this leads to real and measurable added value for companies.
Using artificial intelligence, Mindbreeze is then able to provide the right information at the right time and in the right context to the right person.
Predictive maintenance makes it possible to detect possible defects at an early stage – even before an actual machine failure occurs – which translates into optimized runtimes and machine utilization, along with helping companies to save an enormous amount of time and money.
Intelligent tools can reduce the operational expenditure that arises from the staff’s day-to-day search for data and facts over the long term and support employees in their everyday work.
Today, the Medical Cockpit can already present an intelligent summary that displays diagnoses and therapies at a glance – in line with the subject matter and the specific case in question
As many of you know Fishbowl is a Mindbreeze Certified Partner and search appliance reseller. A core component of our company culture is using the same tools and technologies we implement for our customers.
There seems to be no end to discussions and reports about the digital revolution, digitalization, and digital transformation.
The healthcare system is currently undergoing radical change and is in the process of reinventing itself thanks to revolutionary developments. Dr. Adolf Sonnleitner of Mindbreeze has summarized the three biggest trends in the healthcare sector for 2018.
These six trends for 2018 illustrate how technologies like AI and big data can translate into real added value for companies
The opportunities offered by modern technologies are skyrocketing. The only question is how to navigate them to find the solutions that lead to business success. Knowledge management and AI specialist Mindbreeze summarizes the most important trends that create tangible added value.
How intelligent tools forge the path to becoming a predictive enterprise Do you still remember all the catalogues that used to pile up in the mailbox? People ordered things without any information from customer reviews about the delivery or the product itself. They based their decision entirely on the product description and the picture in the catalogue. It wasn’t until the package arrived that they knew whether the product they ordered was going to be good or worthless. Today this is impossible to imagine. Information about the quality of the product and the delivery is already available beforehand – we don't even have to ask for it.
Studies show that being able to offer a short response time to complex questions is increasingly becoming the decisive criterion for success in day-to-day corporate competition