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Category: Artificial Intelligence

Rethink Debt Collection: How Machine Learning Improves your Receivables Management

No one wants to hear from a debt collection agency. Most people associate it with letters in red, capital characters, high charges with imaginative reasons and intrusive phone calls. Berlin-based fintech PAIR Finance’s mission is to change that with the help of Machine Learning, introducing you and your customers to a completely new debt collection experience.

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PromoMii: Video Ads Powered by AWS Machine Learning

Creating a movie trailer takes time and most broadcasters and streaming platforms don’t have enough resources to do it. PromoMii, a UK startup, solves this problem with a unique blend of domain expertise and machine learning. Here’s how they do it.

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How dely Uses Amazon SageMaker to Provide Personalized Recipe Recommendations

Since dely is able to create its own recipe content, the startup can control both human wave-attack based and rule-based annotation, as well as how to apply feedback from user activities. In particular, Amazon SageMaker allows dely to train and deploy models quickly without the cost of additional resources. Here’s how.

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Aiconix Transforms the Way Companies Use Their Content

Analysts estimate that by 2021, videos will account for over 80% of consumer internet traffic. To stand out companies and brands will need to maximize the value of their content and understand how a story, a posting, a video can be optimized to leverage consumers interest. Identifying and owning the relevant data to achieve this is just the first step in the new workflow. Aiconix, named one of the 30 most promising startups in the German speaking regions by Forbes magazine, is doing just that.

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How OAG Analytics Leverages AI and Machine Learning to Optimize the Profitability of Oil and Gas Wells

In 2013, Luther Birdzell formed OAG Analytics to create an AI platform that enables oil and gas companies to use more of their data to help solve critical problems like well spacing. Today, the OAG-Amazon SageMaker integration enables customers to unify their datasets and create proprietary analyses using virtually unlimited compute.

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