Anton Dolgikh, Head of AI at DataArt, considers whether we are ready for artificial radiologists, and their mistakes, as solutions are sought to lighten the load on the workforce.
From 7 to 9 March, DataArt co-hosted the second HACKNEXT insurance hackathon, where 110 hackers in twenty teams with pioneering digital solutions for the insurance industry competed for first place. The ideas developed ranged from smart contract assistants and well-structured retirement visualization...Read More
Although many people hear the term “artificial intelligence” and immediately picture human-like robots and self-driving cars roaming our communities, AI technology is being implemented in an increasingly expansive range of fields. The video sector is already experimenting with utilizing AI in virtually...Read More
New York, March 7, 2019 — DataArt, the global technology consultancy that designs, develops and supports unique software solutions, today announced that it will open a dedicated research and development (R&D) and sales office in the capital of Armenia, Yerevan. The new office will support DataArt’s growing business, and will additionally serve as a focus area for quality assurance (QA) and support, as well as business development.
Digital Health Age covers the recognition of KidPro, DataArt's patient engagement app for children, which took third place in the IT & Communication category at the 2019 M&K Awards.
Bondguide.de publishes an interview with Barbara Authmann in which she talks about the VR Altersvorsorge Cockpit.
The German portal be.invalue.de writes about Hacknext and digital transformation.
In one lecture, the topic was overcoming thinking about business lines (VersicherungsJournal 11.3.2019). Elsewhere, the focus was on optimizing consulting time.