Industry Insider

Worldwide artificial intelligence (AI) software revenue is forecast to total $US62.5 billion in 2022, an increase of 21.3% from 2021, according to a new forecast from Gartner, Inc.

Ephesoft, developer of  intelligent document processing (IDP), automation and data enrichment solutions, has presented Kodak Alaris with an award for a Property Management Solution created during Ephesoft’s 2021 Hackathon event.

The National Archives of Australia has announced Melbourne scanning bureau Micro Image as the winner of a tender to deliver an integrated document scanning facility over the next two year as part of the NAA’s new industrial scale digitisation hub in Canberra.

COVID-19 has forced many companies to change the way they capture, process, and manage documents, as it has with so many other areas of getting things done. Organisations that previously got by using outdated and clunky, but comfortable, manual processes have had to increase their use of digital solutions dramatically.

Whether it’s athletes on a sporting field or celebrities in the jungle, nothing holds our attention like the drama of vying for a single prize. And when it comes to the evolution of artificial intelligence (AI), some of the most captivating moments have also been delivered in nail-biting finishes.

As a means of communication, email is ubiquitous. As a result, an email is often the only evidence of a transaction or interaction between individuals. Yet email is surprisingly easy to forge or tamper. It is therefore critical that the file formats used to represent email outside of their original systems capture and retain the metadata necessary to demonstrate trustworthiness.

With COVID-19 significantly increasing the pace of innovation, the beginning of 2021 had witnessed a strong rebound in software spending across ANZ. According to IDC's Worldwide Semiannual Software Tracker, 1H2021, the total ANZ software market reached US$7.5 billion, showing a double-digit annual growth in both countries.

Process mining is the secret sauce in digital transformation: A recent survey of 1,220 IT decision makers worldwide shows that many organizations have automated the wrong procedures, wasting time and money.

Elearning vendor D2L has published new research which reveals that while three quarters (75.15 per cent) of respondents agree digital learning enhances the quality of higher education, there remains an urgent need to increase resources, support and digital upskilling for teachers and academics across Australian and New Zealand (A/NZ).