Achieving New Levels of Accuracy with Intelligent Document Processing

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Harry Nicholson, Senior Product Manager at Blue Turtle and Nay Odutola, VP EMEA at Hyperscience

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Recent breakthroughs in AI and Machine Learning enable many organizations to automate tasks that previously required the judgement of humans. AI and its related technologies, including IDP, are creating a sea change across all industries, automating everything from employee onboarding and invoice processing, to industry-specific processes, like underwriting, mortgage applications, or insurance claims. But with the average industry accuracy rate hovering around 55%, many enterprises find themselves choosing between accuracy and automation. In this session, Harry Nicholson, Senior Product Manager at Blue Turtle, interviews Nay Odutola, VP EMEA at Hyperscience, to explore: - The role of Machine Learning and IDP in hyperautomation - Differences between OCR and ML-driven automation solutions - How to automate manual processes delivering up to 95% automation and >99.5% accuracy - Lessons learnt from Global 2000 companies leveraging intelligent automation - Best practices for keeping humans in the loop - Metrics for evaluating the success of your automation projects

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Hyperscience modernizes mission-critical processes and operations for Global 2000 organizations and governments. Since 2014, Hyperscience’s automation technology has helped data-centric companies parse through vast amounts of unstructured inputs and raw information to get to swifter and smarter business outcomes. Through the Hyperscience Platform, enterprises are empowered to transform their operations, and drive operational efficiency as well as human productivity by fully unlocking the power of their data. Ranked on the Inc. Fastest-Growing Company List, Hyperscience has raised $190M+ from investors including Tiger Global, BOND, Bessemer Venture Partners, Stripes, and FirstMark. The company has a global footprint with offices in New York City, Sofia, Bulgaria, and London, UK. For more information please visit www.hyperscience.com.