Capgemini’s Cognitive Document Processing (CDP) platform reduces the cost, effort, and risk by leveraging cognitive capabilities including artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) in order to automate tasks such as document categorization and data extraction.
Capgemini’s new platform uses the latest artificial intelligence techniques and machine learning to reduce the time and effort required for document processing, with financial, strategic, and operational benefits for users. Costs could be reduced by 30% and the risk of regulatory non-compliance is also lessened.
Capgemini’s Cognitive Document Processing is a new platform which harnesses cognitive capabilities such as artificial intelligence and machine learning to ease the burden of processing documents and extracting data from them. It can reduce costs, improve customer experience, and help to ensure regulatory compliance.
Capgemini’s scalable yet dynamic predictive maintenance solution reduces human intervention and cost of sudden breakdown of the robotic arms by predicting genuine failure at least 1 to 2 days prior.
As we enter industry 4.0, digital twin is at the core of introducing interoperability where machines and people can communicate with each other and foster transparency by creating a virtual copy of the physical world through sensor data.
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Many organizations are looking at the AI-driven customer experience as yet another IT initiative, with a strong focus on ROI and cost of implementation
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World Quality Report presents a perfect opportunity to bring together our community of subject matter experts, solution teams, delivery organizations, clients, and partners.
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RPA and its expansion into AI is helping to drive a new era of business and IT alignment.
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RPA and AI can streamline life insurance policy processes and systems