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January 10, 2020

Instead of following a set of rote, preprogrammed instructions, AI enables machines to learn, and then “act,” on information. Your voice-activated phone, technologies such as speech and image recognition, autonomous vehicles, the smart devices in your home—all of these advances were made possible by AI technology. AI also marks a fundamental advancement in critical, often time-consuming, business processes. It’s poised to dramatically enhance human decision-making and improve an organization’s ability to make predictions, automate business practices, and optimize logistics.

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VITO Technology

Now involved and focused on educational and useful apps for parents and kids, it has been in the mobile software development for more than 9 years now, collected successes and popularity with Windows Mobile products, known for their beautiful interfaces and innovations in the market. For more than one year now also active in the iPhone development world, with great success for its first app Star Walk.

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Certifying Fairness of AI-Applications An Impossible Task?

whitePaper | January 28, 2022

Since more and more decisions that used to be made by humans are nowadays made either with the help of Artificial Intelligence (AI) or by AI alone, it is essential that the AI algorithms are “fair.” In this whitepaper, we discuss issues surrounding the fairness of AI applications, with a special focus on how it can be assessed independently and subsequently certified. We explain why an AI application cannot be classified – and subsequently certified – as “fair” or “unfair” in a general sense and propose an approach that makes it possible to classify it as “fair” or “unfair” under the (application)-specific definition of fairness.

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Decoding the 7 traits of companies achieving success with AI

whitePaper | January 18, 2020

As organizations adopt digital transformation strategies to prepare for the future, a core idea for how to accelerate that transformation is the adoption of AI. While most organizations fundamentally believe in the promise of AI, they are still only just beginning to use it. Only 1 in 5.5 organizations are deeply committed to AI, while more than half are experimenting or beginning to see it around their organization.

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Enterprise Use of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning

whitePaper | September 19, 2022

The field of artificial intelligence (AI) traces back to the 1950s. More recently, the increased availability of both data and computing power has bolstered rapid adoption of AI and machine learning (ML) solutions (collectively, AI/ML)

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Building a Retail Brand with Construction Software

whitePaper | April 16, 2020

A well-built store—one that is consistent with others under a retailer’s umbrella—is a powerful tool for communicating a brand. In fact, arguably nothing (beyond the product itself) is a more tangible signifier of the brand than the store environment. This puts the store planning team in the position of acting as brand managers and means that for the construction manager, whether he/she is employed in house by the retail company or as a contractor specializing in retail construction, understanding the brand (the retailer’s goals, visions, and marketing strategies) is a cornerstone of day-to-day work.

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Trusted Artificial Intelligence Towards Certification of Machine Learning Applications

whitePaper | March 30, 2022

Artificial Intelligence is one of the fastest growing technologies of the 21st century and accompanies us in our daily lives when interacting with technical applications. However, reliance on such technical systems is crucial for their widespread applicability and acceptance. The societal tools to express reliance are usually formalized by lawful regulations, i.e., standards, norms, accreditations, and certificates. Therefore, the TÜV AUSTRIA Group in cooperation with the Institute for Machine Learning at the Johannes Kepler University Linz, proposes a certification process and an audit catalog for Machine Learning applications.

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Forrester Pulse: The State of Channel Partner Incentives 2020

whitePaper | July 21, 2020

Back in 2016, the most popular app download on Christmas Day was Fitbit, dominating Apple’s App Store. The rapid adoption of Fitbit and other wearable fitness trackers has underpinnings in psychological motivation theories. Realtime data monitoring provides a powerful incentive that is capable of changing human behavior. Since 2016, the wearable technology market has continued to evolve, including the acquisition of Fitbit by Google, which was announced in November 2019.

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VITO Technology

Now involved and focused on educational and useful apps for parents and kids, it has been in the mobile software development for more than 9 years now, collected successes and popularity with Windows Mobile products, known for their beautiful interfaces and innovations in the market. For more than one year now also active in the iPhone development world, with great success for its first app Star Walk.

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