In his regular blog post in Huffpost Tech UK, Dmitry Bagrov, Managing Director at DataArt, UK, suggests a new direction in product design: intuitive systems that would allow to make customer support a thing of the past.
We are hearing a great deal about bots in the media these days. If you had not heard of bots before, you likely learned about them thanks to Microsoft’s Tay scandal when Twitter users exploited its new artificial intelligence chat bot, teaching it offensive remarks. With the advent of mobile...Read More
Alexei Miller, Managing Director of DataArt, speaks with Banking Exchange Magazine about IT in fintech companies and banks, noting a higher complexity of the banking environment reflected by their IT systems. Miller offers some advice for banks to become more dynamic in their approach to innovation.
February 23, 2017 – New York, NY– DataArt, the global technology consultancy that designs, develops and supports unique software solutions, announced today the release of the new version of DeviceHive, the open source IoT data platform, sponsored by the IoT Practice of DataArt. DataArt’s...Read More
Versicherungsforen Leipzig picks up the announcement of a hackathon for the insurance sector organized collaboratively by DataArt, Allianz Deutschland AG, Franke und Bornberg and zeb, in Munich on March 23-24.
New York – 21 February, 2017 – DataArt’s Telecom and Internet of Things (IoT) practices will exhibit jointly with Canonical at Mobile World Congress. The Telecom practice will showcase a network service chain providing end-to-end testing and visibility for virtual network functions...Read More
Cliff Moyce, Global Head of the Finance Practice at DataArt, weighs in on Santander's new voice recognition banking app for The Guardian.
There are more than enough articles concerning Machine Learning (ML) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) these days. AI is going to make our life easier, it is going to have a beneficial impact on how we conduct business and it may even replace certain things that we do not expect at this moment and...Read More
Cyber Policy Magazine reports on the upcoming hackathon for the insurance sector, organized in Munich on March 23-24 by DataArt, Allianz Deutschland AG, the insurance analysts Franke und Bornberg, and the strategy and management consultancy zeb.
Greg Abbott and Charlotte Lamp Davies, executives in the Travel and Hospitality Practice at DataArt, speak with TTG Media about DataArt’s latest projects in the travel space and their vision for implementing new technologies such as blockchain in the hospitality industry.