There is belief that in business processes you should automate everything that can be automated! More and more artificial intelligence and machine learning solutions are emerging in different industries, which, along with robotic process automation tools, promote hyperautomation. However, to gain success, you cannot rely on constant software – business processes must adapt to changing circumstances and respond to unexpected situations. Moreover, machine-learning technology helps to introduce flexibility in automated processes!

We invite you to attend the Machine Learning Conference at “RIGA COMM 2021” on October 14 to learn more about two machine-learning solutions developed in Latvia.

Artificial intelligence platform for innovation in 3D

The development and optimisation of materials, their chemical composition, processes and machine parameters, as well as the reduction of production anomalies, are a complex and resource-intensive task. Many of the existing solutions are complex and the user needs statistical, data science and programming expertise. In order to improve these processes, the Latvian start-up “Exponential Technologies” has developed an industrial artificial intelligence platform “xT SAAM” that helps researchers and engineers optimize different parameters. Its tailored low data and active learning algorithms are very versatile and flexible, so they can be used without reprogramming.

The artificial intelligence platform makes it possible to innovate more quickly by reducing the number of experiments needed to achieve more optimal results. The platform is like a navigation system in which the researcher enters the destination, but the platform helps to find the shortest route. By using this solution, companies can save money and resources, digitize the unique knowledge of engineers and researchers, and organize data management.

One of the most important applications of this platform is in 3D printing or additive production. Although 3D printers can print very complex details, they often have to optimize and adjust printing processes. In addition, in additive production, the end properties of the material can be significantly changed by the printer parameters. On the one hand, this is an advantage of additive production, as the properties of the material can be adapted during production, but on the other hand, it makes the development of new materials and printer parameters extremely time-consuming and expensive.

Content aggregation for finance, education, healthcare, marketing, legal, IT, education and other businesses

In a world of information and data transfer, there is a need for a tool that can gather key information quickly and efficiently. SummarizeBot is an artificial intelligence-based technology capable of processing large amounts of data in more than 100 languages, including Latvian. The solution developed in Latvia helps you quickly and easily obtain the most important information from any Internet text, news, scientific articles, books, e-mails, lectures, patents, legal documents, calls, audio and video recordings.

SummarizeBot is an artificial intelligence and natural language processing company that simplifies complex processes and automates what previously required human intelligence. The new company is a world leader in the field of data collection, and its products displayed in Latvia are used daily by such world-leading companies as Bloomberg, Sony and Unilever.

Business technology exhibition and conferences

Learn about the latest technology, tools and techniques at the annual business and IT industry event “RIGA COMM”, October 14–15, where developers and suppliers of enterprise resource management, document management, HRM and security systems, suppliers of cloud services, internet and digital marketing services, web solutions and mobile application developers, and ICT product manufacturers offer ready-to-use and tailored solutions for companies in different industries and of different sizes, municipal authorities and organisations to facilitate efficient operation. An extensive conference programme will complement the technology exhibition.

“RIGA COMM” is held by the International Exhibition Company BT 1 in cooperation with Wallester, Cognizant, Intelligent Machines Riga, Riga TechGirls, SmartHR Latvija, Latvian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Mailigen by Pipedrive, Promoty, Finance Latvia Association, A.W.Olsen & Partners and other partners.

Will robots and smart machines take away work from people? How will we work in the future? What professions will exist in 10-20 years? How can artificial intelligence already be used by companies? find answers to these and other questions on October 11 and 12 during the Machine Learning Practical Application Conference and Cognizant Future of Work stage events of RIGA COMM 2018.

 

Has the victory lap of smart machines already started?

Artificial intelligence and machine learning solutions are increasingly appearing in the business environment – starting from digital assistants helping to improve the customer service (May be you have already talked to the Lattelecom chatbot Anete or the virtual assistant Una of the Register of Enterprises!) to individual solutions in various fields, ensuring separate functions that were previously only performed by a person.

 

The next machine learning development stage has started! Nowadays, artificial intelligence is used not only by such technology giants as Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Netflix, Baidu, Alibaba and Amazon but also by small companies. This can be seen on October 11 at the Machine Learning Practical Application Conference. “We have also gone a step further! The conference this year is dedicated to the practical use of these technologies, which can already be introduced into companies today, including the forecasting of invoice paying or a digital assistant for the improvement of the customer service process”, points out the Head of Intelligent Machines Riga and the Conference Moderator Aldis Ērglis.

 

Robot – an enemy or an assistant

The fact that artificial intelligence is rapidly entering our daily life is enjoyed by people on the one hand, as it improves the quality of life, but on the other hand, it also makes us more concerned than ever. People are scared that robots and smart machines will take away their work. Changes, however, may not be escaped, and artificial intelligence changes the way we will continue to work. “People will most likely work in cooperation with artificial intelligence as a person stands behind each robot. The work will not be taken away by the machines but rather by super productive people using smart machines and thus they will be able to do the work of 10 people by themselves”, thinks Aldis Ērglis.

 

Zane Čūskulēna (5 Trends Shaping the Future of Work in Latvia), Elīna Ingelandi (The Future of Work is Creative), Oļegs Ņikitins (The Future-proof Office) and other excellent lecturers at RIGA COMM will discuss how the technological achievements, demographic changes and globalization will affect the labour market in the future, what skills and knowledge the current pupils and students will require to successfully compete in the labour market and many other topics. The practical classes will also be organized on the Cognizant Future of Work stage! The conference and events on the Cognizant Future of Works stage will take place in English. If you wish to hear, see and participate – come to “RIGA COMM 2018” in Ķīpsala!

 

RIGA COMM will also host a CEO Forum, Financial Technologies Conference, 3rd Internet of Things Conference, Productivity Conference, Blockchain Conference, Practical 3D Conference and the Smart Human Resource Management Conference.This year’s exposition will be even more extensive and displayed in both exhibition centre halls. More information: www.rigacomm.com

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RIGA COMM is organised by the International Exhibition Company BT 1.

 

Collaboration partners: Bank Citadele, Microsoft, Cognizant, Proact IT Latvia, ALSO Latvia, Investment and Development Agency of Latvia, EIT Digital, Smart HR Latvija, Sem.lv, ExportScene, Gedvillo Consulting, Mailigen, Latvian Blockchain Association, Intelligent Machines Riga, Botwiser.

 

The exhibition will take place on 11 and 12 October from 10:00 to 18:00 at the International Exhibition Centre in Ķīpsala.

 

The current ticket price – EUR 25. Ticket prices will increase during the event. Tickets may be purchased on the website of the fair www.rigacomm.com or on BezRindas.lv.